TACO Bell fans are demanding the return of a spicy, discontinued entrée.
One customer even called it his favorite product of all time.
Taco Bell fans are hungry for another taste of the chili cheese burrito, also known as the chilito.
Although it stopped being available in most stores in the mid-1990s, the spicy, cheesy combination is hard to forget for some.
Recently, Taco Bell fans left a comment on Instagram on a post demanding the return of their favorite cheesy dish.
“I want to see more chili cheese burritos,” one wrote.
Another replied, “The chili cheese burrito is my favorite item on the Taco Bell menu of all time.”
“You have to bring it back!” urged the fan.
But not every Taco Bell customer knows that select locations across the country are still selling the popular chili cheese burrito.
Die-hard chili cheese fans have even created an online map of locations that still offer the item at Livingmas.com.
Although not everyone can enjoy the popular chilito anymore, Taco Bell recently added two new cheese options to the menu.
The chain has reintroduced Stackers, offering a tortilla filled with beef, a three-cheese blend and cheese sauce, folded into a three-layer stack.
The item is similar to a quesadilla, comes in a regular or spicy version, and costs $2.
But that’s a big price increase compared to the last time they were available for just $1 in 2017.
Taco Bell is also testing some experimental new products in select stores.
At three locations in California and Arizona, guests can order an energy drink version of the popular Baja Blast Mountain Dew.
The drink is sold in a 27.2-ounce can and provides a caffeine boost of 180 mg.
What follows is a limited-time test run of a Baja Blast gelato at a store in California.
But there’s another type of dessert that Taco Bell fans are begging the restaurant to bring back.
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