Ohio gets the first taste: New Taco Bell creation being tested through February

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TOLEDO, Ohio – Taco Bell enthusiasts don’t have to travel far to try out the latest creation from the popular fast-food restaurant.

The new Quesalupa, a quesadilla and chalupa combination, is being tested out exclusively in Toledo, Ohio. The same location the Doritos Locos Tacos were tested in four years ago.

There are 36 stores in the Toledo area, according to the Toledo Blade.

A new ad slogan even says, “If you don’t love it first Toledo, the rest of the country can’t have it.”

The quesalupa will be a grilled flour tortilla that is stuck onto the outer surface of a standard Chalupa using melted pepper jack cheese, and it will be sold starting this week for a test price of $2.99.

After testing it out for a month, the company will decide to expand or kill it altogether.

Watch the video below for a review on the new treat.

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