Quitos Hot Chili Lime
Taste test: When we spotted these on the shelf of a roadside convenience store, we quickly bought up all of the flavors based on the Quitos name alone. (We just like the word Taquitos!) We opened the bag to find that the rolled-up tortilla tubes were very thin (thinner than Takis) and about two and half inches long. They had an even darker, scarier (though less bright) shade of red than the corresponding flavor of Takis.
We crunched in to find a solid crunch and a major kick of lime and hot chili on the first bite. The heat was strong but not killer after eating one piece, and it grew progressively stronger and lingered for a long while after eating more. Not everyone we offered these to was willing to try, but the hot food fans who did try enjoyed the taste as they munched on these with some beer.
Shop: Buy snacks on Amazon #ad
Smell test: Surprisingly mild. Just a bit of lime and corn.
From the package: “Hot & Spicy Rolled Tortilla Snacks” ... “caliente y picoso!” ... “artificially flavored” ... “Totopos de Maiz Enrollados” ... “The spicy flavor you've been craving!”
Online store: Buy snacks on Amazon #ad
Categories for this snack:
- All Quitos (4 snacks)
- Hot Chips (999 snacks)
- Chili Chips (219 snacks)
- Lime Chips (148 snacks)
- Tubular Tortillas (43 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy. Review published .
Most popular reviews
- Moon Lodge The Whole Shabang Potato Chips
- Pelly Pellets Jamón
- Andy Capp's Salsa Fries
- Fritos Lime & Chile Corn Chips
- Takis Blue Heat
- Tiger Paws Jumbo Snax
- Apple Jacks Jumbo Snax
- Doritos Tangy Pickle
- Speedy Choice Honey Premium Cheese Curls
- Corn Pops Jumbo Snax Caramel Crunch
- Speedy Choice Carolina Reaper Premium Cheese Curls
What We're Eating
- Lay's gets a new logo
- What does Chewbacca eat?
- Dirt Cake: What do kids think?
- The George Lucas Diet
- The long and crunchy road