When I opened the bag, the only kind visible was the Sabritones, but it turned out that it was probably because they were far and away the largest kind, so everything else had settled below. The Sabritones tasted as I expected, with a pork rind-like shape and pork rind-like chile and lime seasoning, and even sort of a pork rind-like texture — though they're made from wheat, not pork. There were lots of Cheetos balls below, and they were either intentionally flavored with a lot more than just cheese, or they got cross-contamimated by the other snacks, because there seemed to be lots of chile and lime in addition to the cheese, very tasty. The Rancheritos were unfortunately broken into much smaller pieces than the normal rectangular ones (but the flatness of the broken pieces still distinguished them from Fritos) and they were quite loaded with spices as expected. As for the Frit-os (note the extra hyphen in the name not used in branding the American version of Fritos), I was kind of confused. I had trouble locating any Fritos at all and found just a few after shaking the bag many times and eating some other snacks to get them out of the way. But according the ingredients, there were actually four different kinds of Fritos — Sal y Limón, Chiley Limón, Adobitos and Chorizo Chipotle. The ones I found were definitely heavily flavored — not sure which kind of flavor — but I doubt there were enough Frit-os in the bag to be sure there was even one to represent each of the four kinds. Overall, this was a heavily flavored and spicy mixture, great if you're looking for a mix with kick.
Smell test: Very mild chili-lime smell.
From the package: “El paquete que calma tu apetito”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Mi Salvador Mexicano, Chelsea, Massachusetts. Review published .