It is bizarre that the Takis Intense Nacho line is not spicy.

It is not as unusual as having one thing known as pickleball turn into a nationwide sensation, however after having many spicy varieties and being identified for its scorching merchandise, it appears so misplaced for Takis to supply one thing tame that it makes me fear about his well-being. Possibly the model has run out of latest spicy product concepts? If that’s the case, I’ve one – Flamango, a candy and spicy rolled up tortilla chip with a touch of pink coloured mango and folded within the center. Do not hesitate to take it, Barcel.

Takis Intense Nacho Seasoning is accessible on three merchandise – Takis Unique Rolled Tortilla Chips, Waves and POP! Pop corn. After tasting all three, I am shocked they’ve noticeably completely different nacho intensities.

Takis POP! Intense Nacho Popcorn

Let’s begin with the one that may really be known as probably the most “nacho intense” – Takis POP! To be trustworthy, I am shocked at this as a result of there’s much less floor space to season the popcorn. However then once more, possibly I should not as a result of popcorn has a milder taste than fried chips, and the kernels have nooks and crannies the place the seasoning can get trapped. Anyway, the tacky and salty nacho mud reveals on it, and there is additionally a slight spiciness that I have never observed with the opposite merchandise. Surprisingly, this was my favourite of the three. Oh, a couple of different issues. I’ve by no means had a Takis POP! earlier than, however I used to be amazed on the small grain dimension. Additionally, these haven’t got a cheese taste, which I discovered odd.

Measurement: 2 ounce bag
Score: 8 out of 10
Dietary contributions: (1 package deal) 350 energy, 27 grams fats, 4.5 grams saturated fats, 7 grams polyunsaturated fats, 14 grams monounsaturated fats, 0 milligrams ldl cholesterol, 790 milligrams sodium, 23 grams carbohydrates, 2 grams fiber, 1 gram of sugar and three grams of protein.

Takis Nacho Intense Rolled Tortilla Chips

Additional down the Intense Nacho spectrum are the common Takis. With my first bites, I assumed they have been much less tacky than the Waves. However after evaluating them once more a day later, my style buds thought in another way. My preliminary opinion was in all probability based mostly on how the corn chips overwhelm my style buds as soon as I’ve a couple of chews. There’s an preliminary burst of cheese, and it lingers a bit, nevertheless it rapidly provides approach to the flavour of corn. So I want the cheese was a bit extra sturdy. After all, these have the everyday crunch of Takis rolled tortilla chips.

Measurement: 3.25 ounce bag
Score: 7 out of 10
Dietary contributions: (1 oz/about 10 items) 150 energy, 8 grams fats, 2.5 grams saturated fats, 3 grams polyunsaturated fats, 2.5 grams monounsaturated fats, 0 milligrams ldl cholesterol, 230 milligrams sodium, 17 grams of carbohydrates, 1 gram of fiber, 1 gram of sugar and a couple of grams of protein.

Takis Waves Intense Nacho Chips

After I first took a whiff of those from the bag I questioned if they’d be spicy as a result of they’ve a chili con queso taste. After all it is not, however these chips style like queso, however with a warmth that by no means comes throughout as in the event that they have been made with sterilized jalapeƱos. I like the flavour, however on the identical time, I am undecided if ‘intense’ is the most effective phrase to make use of to explain its tacky style, which is certainly much less tacky than common Takis and popcorn. Additionally, similar to Takis POP!, that is my first time making an attempt Waves and I really feel like they’ve an analogous crunch to Lay’s Wavy chips.

Measurement: 2.5 ounce bag
Score: 6 out of 10
Dietary contributions: (1 oz/about 14 items) 150 energy, 9 grams fats, 1.5 grams saturated fats, 2.5 grams polyunsaturated fats, 5 grams monounsaturated fats, 0 milligrams ldl cholesterol, 160 milligrams sodium, 16 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 0 grams of sugar, and a couple of grams of protein.

All in all, Takis’ tangent in non-spicy snacks is a good begin, and this Intense Nacho line would not make me wish to say that Takis wants to remain in its lane and preserve burning our mouths with flavors that may have names like Hotocado, an excessively spicy guacamole taste on an avocado-shaped, green-colored chip. (Sure, I do know there’s already a guacamole taste. Be at liberty to choose up that concept too, Barcel.) I like them sufficient that I am curious if there might be different flavors not spicy.

DISCLOSURE: I acquired free product samples from Takis. This didn’t affect my opinion.

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