Weird Chip Flavors

I was at a supermarket the other day, searching for a new appliance. I ended up failing to find it, but I also left with three new flavors of Doritos (“Doritos” is presumably a trademarked brand, the rights to which I assume belong to Frito-Lay, a wholly owned subsidiary of PepsiCo), the names of which I’m going to paraphrase here:

I bought them on a lark, and neglected to buy any of the flavors I knew I actually liked, because I guess I wanted to suffer.


What can I say? It genuinely tastes like a ketchup. I thought I might like this one, because I have actually used ketchup with chips in the past. (…my tastes are garbage, alright?)

I can’t eat more than a few of these without it becoming too much for me, though.

Hot Mustard

They really did nail it, these taste like mustard. That’s not really a compliment, but it’s interesting.

Cheddar Cheese

I’d say the cheese flavor here was too strong, but I still genuinely enjoyed this one. In my opinion, these are actually better than the existing “Nacho Cheese” flavor.

I would buy it again, and that’s the only one of these I can say that for.

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Update: June 28th, 2023

It was pointed out to me that “chedder” is not a valid spelling of the name of the cheese. Fixed.