Peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, spaghetti and meatballs. What do these classic pairs have in common? They are all timeless love stories where some brave soul took a chance to push them together in what only could be described as pure destiny. What’s funny is that the taco and burrito have lived side by side on the menu (and most likely on your tray) waiting for that nudge to embrace and become the new “it” couple on the food chain for a long time. Well, it finally happened and true romance is in the air via the new Loaded Taco Burrito. Filled with those crunchy taco ingredients you adore and a double* helping of our savory seasoned beef that you crave - love at first bite has never tasted so good.
*Double the Seasoned Beef as compared to the crunchy taco.
See, the whole nacho experience is about staying consistent from the beginning to the end. If you’re a veteran nacho eater like us, you know that unfortunately not every chip is created equal. Even though the Nachos Supreme has a hearty portion of seasoned beef, nacho cheese sauce, refried beans, diced tomatoes, and reduced fat sour cream, most of that goodness sits on the top. The first layer of tortilla chips get a pretty serious dousing of supreme, but the chips on the bottom are a bit on the dry side. So, if you want to have a truly supreme nacho experience, you have to keep a perfect balance between the dry chips and their more endowed brethren, just like how skaters have to keep the balance between their back foot and their front foot to keep the perfect manual intact. And as any decent skater knows, if you don’t have a sense of balance when you’re cranking out manuals, you look like a dang fool. That, and you’re about to have a very sore tailbone.
The thing is, that’s not by accident. SUPREME, that’s a pretty powerful title. The kind of thing a burrito dictator might call itself if it was going for a political power grab in a previously democratic burrito republic. Don’t know about you, but we don’t remember voting for a supreme leader of the burrito empire. Not to start rumor mongering here or anything, but we heard that there’s been some contention behind the burrito political curtain, and there used to be a legitimate contender to dethrone Burrito Supreme® from its power seat. Apparently a day or two before burrito elections, the Burrito Supreme’s main adversary went missing. When they found him, he was completely unrolled and crisped on the bottom. You may have heard of him, a guy named Tostada. No longer an actual burrito, he was ineligible to run for Burrito office. And there you have it, Burrito Supreme® remains Supreme. Honestly, we shouldn’t keep talking about this... there’s no saying what this Burrito Supreme® is willing to do to its dissidents. Uh-oh, was that a knock at the door?! We gotta go…
Sure, it’s KIND of a taco, but it’s also KIND of a quesadilla. As a flat, folded breakfast filled with eggs, breakfast meat, and real cheddar cheese, it’s also KIND of an omelette, we guess. So if you really need to get caught up on in semantics, then you’re more than welcome to call it a Tacomelledilla, but that just sounds ridiculous. After all, we do call ourselves TACO Bell, so when it comes to naming ambiguously shaped breakfasts with delicious but vague attributes, we’re probably going to just name it “taco” and call it a day. Let's be honest... once you eat it, you’re just going to call it “awesome” anyway.
Unlike those celebrities who name their babies after fruits, a direction on the compass or a fancy city in a country thousands of miles away we gave our newest Crunchwrap® the most beautiful, yet practical name that will ever cross your lips: Triple Double Crunchwrap®. Go ahead, say it out loud. Triple. Double. Crunchwrap. It finds its name via the double layers of Seasoned Beef, double layers of Nacho Cheese Sauce and double layers of Crunchy Tostada Shell. So where does the “Triple” come from? Hellooo, weren’t you listening? It comes from the three double layers of everything you love about the Crunchwrap®. It’s all in the name people.
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