Another day, another Dorito domination. This time, Doritos have been spotted in the form of "cheese sticks" at a Washington, D.C., 7-Eleven.
Kevin Cobb, a local Doritos lover, first spotted the concoction at a D.C.-area 7-Eleven.
"I'm pretty sure I was the first person to get them because the person who made them was like, 'I don't know where they are,'" Cobb said. "The smell was amazing. It was like freshly baked Doritos mixed with cheese."
Expecting them to be crunchy on the outside, Cobb said he was surprised by the actual texture.
"You think they're naturally crunchy, but they weren't at all. They tasted like nacho cheese Doritos filled with queso," he said. "But the consistency was kind of like a regular cheese stick, except filled with nacho cheese. I definitely got my cheese fix for the day."
For now, Doritos Loaded are available only in the Washington area at four for $1.99.
Alexia Allina, a spokeswoman for Doritos, was tight-lipped about the new product.
"Doritos Loaded snacks are currently being test-marketed in select stores in the Washington, D.C. area. Our future roll-out plans will be determined based on consumer response," she said.
So there you have it, folks. Should you desire Doritos Loaded at a 7-Eleven near you, get everyone you know in the D.C. area to try this latest hybrid food invention.