The amazing creation, which basically takes a standard Taco Bell taco's beef, cheese and lettuce (and sour cream and tomatoes in the Supreme version) and shoves it inside a taco shell made out of Nacho Cheesier Doritos.
The long-awaited combination of two near-perfect, low-grade fast food delights has got the taste-buds of the intoxicated and undiscerning in a conflagration, and the verdict of the Taco Bell Doritos taco review is so far highly positive for people that tend toward that end of the food spectrum.
Joseph Steinmetz, a facilitator at Way Station Inc., a non-profit in downtown Frederick, Md., says he wanted to buy a Doritos Taco Wednesday night, but they weren't being released until 12 a.m. Thursday, so he made sure to run straight there and it was well worth it.
Here is Steinmetz's impression of the newest item to hit the Bell's extensive menu:
It's like a giant foodgasm in my mouth. Two of my favorite foods: Doritos and Taco Bell, he said Thursday shortly after finishing his multiple-Doritos-Taco feast. The extra nacho flavor makes it taste way better than the regular supreme tacos. The shell tastes different than the regular Dorito chips.
But Steinmetz had one warning for anyone who feels the urge to cruise through the drive-through and try the newest Taco Bell compilation:
One of mine [was] kinda soggy but the ones that weren't were way better, Steinmetz cautioned. They're better right when you get them so the shells don't get soggy.
Taco Bell describes its Doritos tacos thusly on its website: A Taco Supreme® made with premium seasoned beef, crisp lettuce, diced juicy red ripe tomatoes, real cheddar cheese, topped with cool reduced-fat sour cream, in a shell made from Nacho Cheese Doritos® Chips.
For regular with beef, Doritos tacos cost $1.59, while Supreme Doritos tacos cost $1.79. And they each have corresponding versions made with chicken or steak instead of beef.