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Starting June 9, you can order something called the Quesarito off the Taco Bell menu. Yes, with a capital "Q."
What is a Quesarito, you ask? It's basically a burrito-quesadilla hybrid, meaning that it's your basic burrito, but with a grilled, cheesy tortilla wrapped around it!
"We're constantly hearing stories about two great things coming together to create something extraordinary and that takes on a life of its own," Chris Brandt, Taco Bell's chief marketing officer, said in a statement. "We have just that with the Quesarito, our latest mash-up of a full grilled cheese quesadilla wrapped around a classic burrito, making something so good that you can expect to see more flavor combinations down the road."
Don't you love that we live in a world where someone is making a statement about a Taco Bell item that mashes up a quesadilla and a burrito?! What a time to be alive!
Here is the official description of the Quesarito, which you can order with beef, shredded chicken or steak, according to the Taco Bell website:
"The Quesarito is filled with seasoned beef, premium Latin rice, Chipotle sauce, and reduced-fat sour cream, and then wrapped up in a grilled quesadilla loaded with melted cheeses."
Count us in. No regrets. YOLO. Sorry not sorry. All those other hashtag buzzwords.
What flavor combos will they come up with next?! No, seriously. Tell us what's next. We need a more advanced warning next time.