Mountain Dew Cheetos

Jan 8, 2014

Category: Food

Seeking a wacky new snack flavor, the mad scientists at Frito Lay Japan went digging deep under the thumbsticks of a typical Xbox 360 controller. Thankfully they passed up Dead Skin and Sweat Sun Chips for the much more palatable yet still quite intriguing Mountain Dew Cheetos. Yes, now you can do the Dew and still have it on your fingers to lick off hours later.

Our highly caffeinated sources say these limited edition Mountain Dew Cheetos are indeed coated with the classic soda’s signature somewhat citrusy, somewhat I don’t-even-know-what-that-is taste that has fueled many a late night gaming session and snowboarding commercial. And now, the sad news: these sweet treats are only available in Japan. But now, some happy news: you can order them online for about $3.50 a pack! [Via | Purchase]

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