Taco Bell and Doritos: Shenanigans! Shenanigans!

Friday we decided to make fish filet BLTs with the now beloved London Pub Sauce. Possessing fish filets, bacon, and the now beloved London Pub Sauce, we lacked two key ingredients and so, off to Publix.

Taco Bell recently built a store near my house. I was all in favor, until twice when ordering tacos instead of getting meat, lettuce, and cheese, I received a bit of meat, LETTUCE, and two or three strands of cheese. Not being as big a fan of lettuce as I apparently appear, I haven’t been back in some time. I do drive by almost daily, and I have seen the latest promotion: taco shells made from Doritos.

My mind bypassed ranch and spicy nacho flavor and just assumed that the shells would be traditional Doritos nacho flavored. But then I went to Publix for lettuce (to use in moderation) and a tomato. There, I saw this:What does this mean? Are Taco Bell taco shells Doritos flavored or did Doritos change the flavor of their chips? What manner of collusion is evident here? Did they both change the flavors in their product and meet in the middle? Can I claim that I make Snickers flavored spaghetti if I get Snickers to make a spaghetti flavored candy bar?

I haven’t been to Taco Bell to investigate, nor have I bought a bag of taco flavored Doritos. Can’t be bothered. But I have shifted in my chair a bit and said “Hmm.” The game is afoot.

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3 Responses to Taco Bell and Doritos: Shenanigans! Shenanigans!

  1. I didn’t like the shells. They tasted like they were coated in a light sheen of chicken bouillon. It’s a waste of faux cheese powder and it ruined my already not great taco.

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