These things have a smell radius of about 5 feet, so you know they're headed your way. They come in a triangular prism box, four poppers per. They're darker in color and denser than anticipated. I imagined an orange-ish color, but really, they're more the hue of cooked chicken patties. And they're not as gooey/crumbly as I'd expected of a product made of cheese stuffs and crushed up Doritos. But perhaps that's a matter of how long they're cooked -- I'd say these ones were medium, where rare is an icy nacho brick, and well-done is a smoldering Dorito-cheese grenade.
And about that density: I bit in to find a yellow-ish cheese inner. There's no Doritos crunch to speak of. Really, it's more akin to a mozzarella stick coated in Doritos dust. It tastes like your standard American cheese single, but perhaps skewing toward the Cheddar side. From there, you really get a flavor that resembles the patties on the spicy chicken sandwich my high school (shoutout, Mentor High Cardinal Café!) served in its cafeteria. Which is to say: it's full of spices resembling Doritos, quite salty, and in all likelihood, containing a product within that only partially resembles its claimed source. In this case, that's cheese. In high school, it was chicken meat.