Taco Bell is testing an inverted Quesarito

Taco Bell is now testing a new take on the Quesarito.

The chain is serving the “Core Burrito” in Toledo, Ohio, reports Brand Eating.

As opposed to the Quesarito, which uses a cheesy quesadilla to wrap up a burrito, this dish features a core of melted cheese, enveloped in a traditional burrito.

The location is testing two versions: the Spicy Core Burrito, with a core of jalapenos mixed with nacho and shredded cheese, and the Crunch Core Burrito, which swaps out the jalapenos for red tortilla strips.

The Core Burritos are currently priced at $1.99 for the season ground beef version.

Taco Bell has previously tested a number of hits in Toledo, including the Quesalupa. According to Brand Eating, the Core Burritos were also tested for a limited time in Southern California last December.

So far, the handful of customers’ opinions on the product that have trickled out online have been generally positive.


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