The massive meal consists of layers of ground beef, sour cream, tomatoes, lettuce, and cheddar cheese all on the huge Cheez-It, all for only $2.49.
According to their release on the new product, they describe it as:
“abundantly cheesy and nostalgic, yet magically modern, dining experience.”
However, that’s not Taco Bell’s only experiment with the Cheez-It, as they’re also working on the “Big Cheez-It Crunchwrap Supreme,” which replaces the tostada shell on the inside with a massive Cheez-It, for only $4.29. The ingredients include ground beef, nacho cheese sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and sour cream.
Both can only be found in one Taco Bell location at the moment, in Irvine, California, for the next two weeks.
I’ll admit, I just can’t picture this tasting all that great in my head, but hey, I was wrong about the Doritos Locos Taco, so I could very easily be wrong again.
Why can’t you just bring back the Mexican Pizza… and keep it back?
This New “Taco Bell Defy” Is Absolutely Useless…
What in the Back to the Future sorcery is this?
We’ve all come to know and love Taco Bell for having some of the best drunk food on the planet.
Do we know what we’re putting into our body when eating it? No. Do we want to know what we’re putting into our body? Absolutely not.
All we know is that when you’re about 15 beers and a few shots deep at 2 AM, Taco Bell is always there for us.
With that being said, Taco Bell appears to be looking to take their game up a notch, as they’ve opened the new “Taco Bell Defy” in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.
First off, I just want to point out how the news anchor in this video perfectly describes this place as looking like a “bank,” because that’s 100% what it looks like. Put Chase on the top and paint it blue and you wouldn’t know the difference.
One of the lines is for ordering and pay, and the others are used for pickups from pre-orders on the app, and for delivery drivers as well, making the drive-thru process much quicker.
I’ll admit, a part of me loves the old-fashioned, retro style of Taco Bells, but another part of me absolutely hates the fact it feels like an hour to sit through their drive-thrus.
But here’s the problem… nine times out of ten, I’m eating Taco Bell when I’m rip shit drunk… and I’m supposed to get it together, sober up, and drive through some kind of space age, high tech Taco Bell drive thru?
It’s not gonna happen…
Even if you were to get dropped off, you’re gonna figure out how to use QR codes, pre-orders, digital menus? No, just let me talk to a person so I can order my Cheesy Gordita Crunch and get on with my life.