Twisted Lime Doritos Are in Stores Right Now, and We’re Ready to Snack

Twisted Lime Doritos will be the perfect blend of sour and spicy.

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It’s pretty much impossible not to love Doritos. With about a million different flavors, that iconic crunch and nacho cheese coating, this chip is the perfect snack. The team over at Frito-Lay seems to understand how deeply we crave these triangle-shaped munchies, because they’ve invented a whole new flavor that, honestly, we’re surprised didn’t exist already. (No, it’s not Tangy Pickle Doritos.)

Twisted Lime Doritos are here!

What Will the Twisted Lime Doritos Taste Like?

Really, the packaging on these tells you all you need to know. Twisted Lime Doritos arrive in a neon-green colored bag with flame accents, implying they’ve got some heat to go with the lime-flavored kick. They’re available in 9.75-ounce packs, aka the standard-size bag you’d nab off the shelf in your local grocery store. Take a look:

For those who were bummed they couldn’t try the Mountain Dew-flavored Doritos earlier this year, this flavor is the next-best thing. Oh, and did you know—Doritos were invented at Disney?

Where Can I Buy Them?

As of yet, Doritos hasn’t officially announced that these treats are being released, so you’re not likely to see them everywhere. With that said, the Instagrammer above credited a follower for discovering them at Walmart, so you could try stopping by your local store to see if they’re on the shelves. Meijer already has a listing for them on its website, as does Kroger. If you manage to find ’em, pick up a bag for us!

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.