Taste test: These don't seem to taste any different than the regular X's & O's Cheetos.
The big deal about them is that any given Cheeto in this bag is supposed to change your tongue to either green or blue when you eat it. They do just that, but the blue or green isn't nearly as bright as it shows in the example with Chester Cheetah's tongue on the bag. The whole thing seems like a pretty dumb idea to me for quite a few reasons. For one, when I'm eating chips, I'm not sitting in front of a mirror, so I have to walk to the bathroom to go look at my tongue and see what color each Cheeto changed it to. And I really don't have that much interest in looking at my own tongue when I'm eating chips — I never even tried it look before, but now that these Cheetos have me looking, I don't like what I see. If you're tired of walking to the mirror to see what color each Cheeto changed your tongue to, you can try to lick the Cheetos without eating them. The result is blue or green spots on the Cheeto that look a lot like mold. And the dumbest thing of all about these "mystery colorz" is that there's hardly any difference between the green ones and the blue ones — they all look just about the same, so what's the mystery? If you're hoping to play with the colors without taking the risk of putting these in your mouth, don't bother: I ran a Cheeto under cold tap water and then hot tap water, and neither changed the color at all.
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Smell test: Smells the same as the Cheetos that don't change colors when you eat them.
From the package: “Dangerously Cheesy®” ... “Color changing crispy puff”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Thistle & Shamrock, Cambridge, Massachusetts.