I picked up a bag for $2.50 on sale.
Okay, these don't actually taste just like nacho cheese-flavored Doritos as there's an across-the-board hint of spiciness to them due, I think, to some little dried or powdered bits of red chili pepper. They don't seem to be fueling the fire of the super spicy chips.
I set out to unscientifically determine if the spicy chips were visually distinguishable from the regular chips. It was actually a little difficult because after I ate one of the spicy chips I had some difficulty telling whether successive chips were just a little spicy or really spicy.
First, I thought maybe the chips with a lot of the chili powder on the surface were the spicy ones but while they did have a little heat, they didn't necessarily hit the intensity of the spicy chips.
Next, I figured that maybe the chips with a lot of cheese powder on them might be the spicy ones but that wasn't always the case either. I ate a fairly plain-looking chip and it was one of the super spicy ones, so what I concluded was the spiciness must come from something either baked in or mixed into the chips themselves.
Nutritional Info - Doritos Roulette Tortilla Chips
Serving Size - (28g / 12 chips)
Calories - 150 (from Fat - 70)
Fat - 8g (Saturated Fat - 1g)
Sodium - 200mg
Carbs - 18g (Sugar - less than 1g)
Protein - 2g