10/31/2017 UPDATE: I tried em again today and they're hitting me with more corn flavor than nacho flavor. 1 star removed, 4 stars in total. The following is my review on 10/30/2017, unedited.
I actually have the 9.0 oz bag of Bravos -- but Influenster doesn't have them on their site, so I picked the most popular version of these to post my review on. I was conflicted whether to review these 4 or 5 stars, but 4 1/2 rounds up to 5.
These are essentially Doritos, and the best knockoff of Doritos money can buy if you don't get name brand. The taste couldn't be any closer, although it is slightly different, but in a good way. If you know that weird powdery air feeling from a Dorito on occasion (it's hard to explain), these don't have those at all.
Maybe I'm spoiled by the small bags of Doritos that usually have the right amount of flavoring, but...man. THIS is how you flavor your chips. Same amount on every chip. You don't get the "light" flavoring color of the regular big bag of Doritos. These Bravos are the big bag of Nacho Cheese Doritos, essentially, but with the flavor ratio done correctly.
Sidenote: The Atlanta Braves have a partnership with Wise, their logo was on the front of the bag. Very unexpected and also interesting as I don't see the logo here -- I thought for a short second that this was an Atlanta-only product, considering how Wise advertises it on their website. It even has SunTrust Park in the background.
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