Taco Bell's menu-item creation game has been pretty on point in the past year or so, seeing such new hybrid wonders as the quesadilla-wrapped Quesarito and the glorious Sriracha menu. Now, it seems like the next logical step to combine these two into the ultimate (i.e. surely not literally ultimate, because there's definitely more to come) T-Bell monster: the Sriracha Quesarito, which officially drops today, February 26th. Frankenstein, eat your heart out.
The new Quesarito doesn't come with straight-up Sriracha, per se, but rather an orange Sriracha Crema, which Taco Bell reps are calling "the spiciest" sauce on their entire menu -- could a successor to the late, great Lava sauce be emerging? Other than that, it looks and tastes like your typical Quesarito (you know what one of those tastes like, right?), and is available with shredded chicken, ground beef, or steak.
Also launching on Thursday is the Snapple Lemonade Freeze, which joins their already burgeoning Freeze lineup and will hopefully remind you that a season other than winter exists.
Adam Lapetina is a Food/Drink staff writer for Thrillist, and would gladly test out any new Taco Bell hybrid foods, if they really needed someone. Read his musings at @adamlapetina.