We will keep this as simple as Doritos have with their bag design. Each bag is flavor color coded. There is a large logo. There are a couple of Chips on the front. That is it. It looks modern, but is as uninspiring as any design on the market. This is quite amazing considering how many of these bags sell each and every day.
Firm, meaty and consistent. From the first bite to the last it was like crunching through something worthwhile - there was no mushy stage, as is a feature of many regular Potato Chips and Crisps. As good as Tortilla crunch gets.
There were a fair few broken Chips in our test bag. But each break seemed to merely make smaller triangles. There were oil boils aplenty and black corn spots here and there, plus a few red spots dotted about.
There are no Tortilla Chips with the marketing success to back up Doritos landmark flavor. Creamy backdrop; salty (but not overly so), moreish.