Forget candy and flowers. Canadian Doritos fans have a much quirkier way to show their love—with a bouquet of ketchup-flavored Doritos roses. The bouquets, the brainchild of BBDO Toronto, are geared toward women as a Valentine's Day gift for men. Delivery was available in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, but customers outside the delivery zone can visit DoritosKetchupRoses.ca and "get crafty for love" by following instructions to make their own non-edible versions of the bouquet. (Ketchup Doritos are not available stateside, so U.S.-based Doritos lovers will have to make do with more banal nacho cheese, cool ranch or spicy sweet chili varieties.)
Christine Birkner is a staff writer covering brands, agencies and trends for Adweek. She has a bachelor's of journalism from the University of Missouri and has been covering the corporate world as a writer and editor for more than a decade.
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