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.
It is very rare that the crunch of a Tortilla Chip lets you down. These certainly fit the standard expectation. The initial crispy snap turned into a meaty and firm crunch that lasted a consistent period.
The usual curved edged triangles were unveiled after the bag was burst open. Regulation oil boils proliferated the surface of fairly standard looking Tortilla Chips. They were yellow in colour with no visible additional seasoning.
A Nose Plunge Test revealed little of the flavour within. There was not much aroma at all. However, that was not transferred to the taste, which was exactly what it said on the packet – Tortilla with a hint of Lime. The citrus flavouring was noticeable but just as muted a ‘a hint of’ should be.