Rainbow-colored foods aren't exactly a new thing. Since 2015, we've seen everything from rainbow bagels and waffles to even rainbow spaghetti. It seems that the Skittle's saying, "taste the rainbow," has taken literal form in almost all our foods. Even now, the all-time favorite Doritos chips have been rainbow-fied. That's right, Rainbow Doritos officially exist.

They were actually introduced back in 2015 in collaboration with the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit organization that supports the LGBTQ+ youth community. According to Bustle, "Doritos Rainbows" were a limited edition item given only to those who donated $10 or more to the It Gets Better Project's website. Their goal was to raise funds for the organization's efforts to support the LGBTQ+ youth around the world.

Thanks to Delish, it was discovered that the boldly colored chips (with a slightly new name) are still being produced in Mexico to this day. Food blogger Markie Devo, who posted about the snack, gave a full review on what they taste like.

Devo said the Doritos "Rainbow" have a sweet lemon and lime flavor with a hint of what he believes to be grapefruit or another citrus fruit. He describes the chips as "unbelievable," and even though I haven't tried them myself, from the looks of them, I couldn't agree more. Devo also added, "These are very unusual/flavorful, they give you a nice tangy/sour vibe ... I love them!"

The question remains: Where can you get these? Right now, Rainbow Doritos can only be found at stores in Mexico. But, if you really want to get your hands on some, without having to take a flight, you can order them from the Mexican Candy Lady store online. And you better do it quick, because there's no way these will last forever.