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. The example on the left is a short lived promotional example. This is quite amazing considering how many of these bags sell each and every day.
There was no difference between these and the other Doritos Tortilla Chips that we have crunch tested. Hard, firm and never brittle, Corn Chips provide a consistent crunch that lasts longer than most Potato Chips or Crisps.
The familiar Tortilla Chip triangle shapes appeared to have been invaded by a powdery substance. The curled edges of the shaped Chips, the oil boils, the black Corn spots were all present, but every surface was coated by a thick orange dust.
There was so much seasoning powder that we just had to carry out a Chip Licka Test. It was certainly Cheesy, but it wasn’t what you would describe as ‘Tangy’. And that was the over-riding view of the Chips – there was an undoubted Tortilla Chip flavour and there was a mild lacing of Cheese.