Just in time for your end-of-summer cookout,
AdAge reports that Doritos will soon introduce two new, backyard BBQ-worthy flavors in the United States: Classic Ketchup and Spicy Mustard.
Classic Ketchup, a sweet-and-tangy flavor, was first introduced in Canada where it quickly became a favorite. Meanwhile, the all-new Spicy Mustard packs some heat—it’s inspired by Chinese hot mustard, rather than your standard classic yellow mustard. The savory chip duo can only be purchased on Snacks.com, an e-commerce website that specializes in cereal, chips, dips, and other crave-able bites.
Doritos’ social media followers were among the first to catch wind of the two new flavors. “We better start seeing some hotdogs with Doritos on them now that these are out on Snacks.com,” reads the caption to an Instagram post announcing the new flavors.
The announcement, however, was met with mixed reviews on Instagram. Many commenters questioned why those two flavors were chosen instead of barbecue or even guacamole.
“[Y’all] should’ve made barbecue but instead y’all made ketchup and mustard,” one user stated, followed by another commenter who suggested: “Now we just need doritos that taste like hotdogs.”
Eager to get your hands on some Classic Ketchup and Spicy Mustard chips for an end-of-summer soiree? Be sure to act fast. The two Doritos flavors will only be available for a “limited time” and there are only “limited quantities available,” according to descriptions of the products on Snacks.com.
Danielle Harling is an Atlanta-based freelance writer with a love for colorfully designed-spaces, craft cocktails and online window shopping (usually for budget-shattering designer heels). Her past work has appeared on Fodor’s, Forbes, MyDomaine, Architectural Digest and more.
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Source : Esquire