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Doritos tortilla chips now come in a new flavor - Jumpin' Jack with Monterey Jack cheese. The new snack retails for $2.13 for a 15-ounce package.

Don Russell: "I've never had a Dorito I didn't like. Jumpin' Jacks were no exception. I think they're as tasty as any of the other varities that Frito-Lay has concocted. Our family enjoyed the blend of cheeses and other flavorings that heavily adorn each triangular Jumpin' Jack. We vote thumbs up!"Nihla Lake: "This was another tasty chip variety from Doritos - if you're quick enough to get a taste. Our family has always liked this brand of chips. Doritos are always crisp but not tough and with just the right amount of cheese flavoring."

Judy Slack Wilson: "All Doritos are good - that's a fact known to all men! But the new Doritos are not as good as Cool Ranch Doritos and can't take their place. Why buy anything else?"

Edyth Jensen: "Our family has had these before and will again. We enjoy the Monterey Jack flavor and the crisp crunch of the chips. They are good to just sit and snack on or to have along with other food items."

Linda C. Tingey: "We didn't even need to taste these because we've already purchased them and they are our all-time favorite. I think this is Doritos' very best flavor. Thumbs up!"

Rich Firmage: "I have two sons, 7 and 4 years old, and they could eat Doritos `hot chips' (as they call them) all day long. They like any kind of Doritos, and these were no exception - they loved them. My wife liked them `tons more than nacho cheese flavor.' I liked them somewhat, but I'm not into spicy chips. Obviously I am outvoted and we will most likely buy these again."

Conclusion: With the exception of a diehard Cool Ranch fan, our testers are jumpin' for joy over this great new chip.

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