Americans Try Extremely British Snacks

Americans Try Extremely British Snacks


– I feel like it’s all
gonna be fancy as (bleep). (patriotic brass music) – I expect British snacks to all have sort of, like, charming names. – As far as I know, there’s
a bunch of sausages. – Probably gonna be, like,
some preserved fish and chips. – [Voiceover] Chocolate Digestives, Chocolate-covered wheat biscuits – The name is the least
appealing thing I’ve ever heard. – It seems like something that you would take when you were sick. Like, “Oh, you have an upset stomach? “Here, have this digestive biscuit.” – It’s just a good cookie. Is
it digestive because it’s good and you’ll eat it? – [Voiceover] Pork Scratchings, made from the rinds, or skin, of the pig. – Oh my god, that’s, that’s very fragrant. – It’s just a, oh, it’s so crunchy. – Oh my God, they, like,
left the fat on there? – (laughing) Wait a minute, it says, “Although every care has
been taken to remove bones, “some may remain.” There’s bones? – Y’all probably think this
is so gross, but it’s so good. – [Voiceover] Twiglets A wheat-based savory snack
flavored using yeast extract. – (Inhalation) They kind of
smell like old soy sauce. – This snack’s pretty
confusing, because it’s like, like what the (bleep) is it? – They are like rotten Cheetos.
Or like burnt sausage ends. – Wait, you know what,
this is kind of good. It kind of tastes like
when you burn toast, and then you rolled it
in spicy Cheeto dust. – [Voiceover] Monster Munch This flavor is pickled onion,
and it’s a baked corn snack. – I know as a kid, you were
supposed to do this, I’m sure. This is, like, what you do
with these, and then you go (growling) – Oh, it’s kind of sour. It has
so much onion flavor, though it’s, like, making my mouth water a lot. – Oh, it’s awful by the end! Whauh, oh, it’s like, everything
that’s wrong with a Funyon, with pickle juice on it. – Yeah, you won’t want to
kiss people after this. – They look like Funyons, but they taste like a pickle that was left
inside somebody’s gym sock. – [Voiceover] Marmite A dark brown salty paste
made from yeast extract – (muttering) OK, OK, I’m ready. – What, whoa, whoa what is that? – Whoa, hello. (chewing noises) – It’s sour and salty at the same time. Like you, you gave me a piece of salt, and dipped it in vinegar,
and then made me lick it. (retching) – It’s so strong. – I know if I ever go to England, I’ll stay away from the snacks, and go straight to the fish and chips. – I’m kind of disappointed that
I didn’t get to have, like, some crumpets or some,
like, what Americans think English people are
eating all over town. – I feel like I could
get used to the Marmite, in this weird way. – A lot of these things were, like, too flavorful in this, like,
vinegary-salty spectrum. The only thing that wasn’t
salty was the digestive cookie. Which maybe that is to help
you digest all that salt. (upbeat flute music)

100 Comments

  1. Digestives :👍🏻
    Pork scratchings :👍🏻👎🏻 eh
    Twiglets :👎🏻
    Monster munch :👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
    Marmite :👍🏻
    I'm British..
    They should of tried Mr kipling angel slices Mmmm SO GOOD

  2. WE DO NOT EAT FISH AND CHIPS ALL DAY I HATR WHEN AMERICANS SAY WE DRINK TEA ALL DAY AND EAT FISH AND CHIPS ALL DAY. THERE ARE THINGS CALLED PASTA AND WATER AS WELL SO GET YOUR FACTS RIGHT.

  3. Let’s get this out of the way. The posh Brits are a minority. Most of us have either a less posh or completely different accent. Let me give an example of a greeting
    Expectation: oh well hello love would you like to get a spot of tea?
    Reality: How ya doin mate, you wanna grab summat to eat?

  4. God they are doing it again!. you are supposed to spread butter on a hot toast and leave it to melt, and then spread a gentle amount of marmite on it.

  5. 0:18 I’m American and I have digestives in my pantry right now and I’m in America we packed some digestives to take to America I ate them there so delicious

  6. Dudes, spread the Marmite VERY thinly onto toast, cut into strips (we call them soldiers) and dip them into a soft boiled egg. Delicious 🙂

  7. Popular British snacks/sweets/drinks:

    Cadbury chocolate
    Maryland cookies
    Jaffa cakes
    Flapjacks
    Monster munch
    Pork scratchings
    Wotsits
    Monster munch
    Mr Kiplings
    Walkers crisps
    Kettle chips
    Penguin biscuits
    Pot noodle
    Mini cheddars
    Tunnocks tea cakes
    Jelly babies
    Wine gums
    Sugar mice
    Humbugs
    Innocent smoothies
    Haribo
    Tea
    Beer
    Gin
    Pimms
    Dandelion and burdock
    Pink lemonade
    Volvic
    Golden syrup pancakes
    Custard
    Heinz
    Chipsticks
    Areo
    Apple turnover
    Jammie dogers
    Fox’s
    Quality street
    Roses
    Pringles
    Bovril
    Marmite

    Best British snack of all time (imo):

    The tears of Americans

  8. MOST PEOPLE IN THE UK HATE MARMITE!!!! GIVE THEM THE GOOD STUFF LIKE WINE GUMS JAFFA CAKES CADBURYS AND WALKERS AND JUST SO YOU KNOW WE DO NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT THE WEATHER ALL THE TIME WE DO NOT DRINK TEA ALL DAY EVERYDAY AND WE DONT EAT CRUMPETS EVERY DAY OF OUR LIVES IM JUST SICK OR BEING STEREOTYPED!!!! 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬😡😡😡😡😤😤😤

  9. Twiglets? Monster Munch?
    Nobody above the age of 12 and below the age of 65 buys either of those.

    Pork Scratchings, that's accurate.
    But why not include all of the other British snacks, like Jammy Dodgers, Malteasers…

  10. America is wird i clicked on this vid being British because i thort it whuled be lots of crap that iv never heard of but real how do American's live without monster munch so sad 🙁 btw i have nothing against America 😁

  11. your freakin giving them the worst snacks. i’m british and literally no one eats twiglets. monster munch is good but i think you should’ve gave them some of the better flavours like bbq or something

  12. I actually wanna smack some of them around the head. AND BTW WHERE ARE JAFFA CAKES, DAIRY MILK, WINE GUMS, CHERRY BAKEWELLS, JAMMY DODGERS AND ITS A BISCUIT NOT A COOKIE

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