Ohio gets the first taste: New Taco Bell creation being tested through February
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.
— Taco Bell (@tacobell) February 2, 2015
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.