10 Discontinued Doritos Flavors We Miss
- Published on Aug 5, 2019
- Here's a list of 10 Discontinued Doritos Flavors We Miss. Doritos are among the most popular chips in America and these are the top 10 discontinued Doritos Flavors we want brought back.
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The original Nacho Cheese flavored Doritos have been around since the 1960s and became a big hit with snackers. But with so many flavor possibilities Frito-Lay was bound to experiment. Some new flavors were successful, but sadly others missed the mark only to become part of snack history. So let’s look back on 10 discontinued Doritos flavors we miss.
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0:27 Sour Cream & Onion Doritos
1:54 When Flavors Collide
3:29 Doritos Loco
4:56 Pizza Cravers Doritos
6:21 Doritos: The Quest
7:37 Jumping' Jack Cheese
8:59 Chester Does Doritos
11:57 A New Dimension In Doritos Flavor
13:30 Are You Feeling Lucky? Doritos Roulette
- Sour Cream & Onion is a popular taste combination for savory snack chips, but it isn't quite right for every occasion. Potato chips were made for Sour Cream & Onion, but corn chips? Probably not so much.
- One Doritos flavor is usually pretty tasty so a collision of two flavors sounds like a good idea. Frito-Lay introduced these flavor collisions in 2007 with combinations such as Hot Wings & Blue Cheese, Zesty Taco & Chipotle Ranch, Habanero Chili & Guacamole, and Pizza Cravers & Ranch.
- A lot of people love Doritos, but it's probably true that even more people love tacos. In the 1990s Frito-Lay and Taco Bell entered into a partnership to sell more Doritos by concocting Taco Bell inspired Doritos chips with spicy Mexican flavors.
- Around the same time Frito-Lay partnered with Taco Bell for its Taco inspired chip, the company decided to do the same thing with Pizza Hut. The pizza inspired Doritos were called Pizza Cravers, but it’s unclear if they tasted more like tomato sauce, cheese or pepperoni.
- Who cares what these Doritos taste like! This was a cool marketing campaign with cool packaging to boot. This 2008 Doritos roll out was unlike other product rollouts because it was bigger than just the particular flavor.
- When it comes to snack chips there is always room for another cheese flavor so in 1990 Frito-Lay introduced a new Doritos that tasted like Pepper Jack cheese. These Jumping' Jack Doritos sound very tasty and apparently comedian Jay Leno agreed.
- Talk about two great tastes that go great together. A combination of Doritos and Cheetos is surely a match made in heaven, or at least Frito-Lay thought so when the company introduced Chester's Cheese Doritos in 1995.
- Back in 2007, Frito-Lay decided to throw snack lovers a little curveball and introduce a mystery chip that was identified as the X-13D Flavor Experiment. This mystery chip even had a tagline that read: "Tasting Notes: All American Classic."
- 3D Doritos were offered to the snacking public in the 1990s and they may have reminded them of the lesser-known snack chips, Bugles. Like these rounded out Doritos, Bugles had a hollow center capable of holding all kinds of tasty dips.
- Food can sometimes be a gamble, but in 2015 Frito-Lay took this truth literally when it introduced a new Doritos flavor called Roulette. According to the bold marketing campaign, the company decided to produce bags with approximately one in six chips having an extra spicy flavor.
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