TACO BELL MENU DRINKS

0
14
TACO BELL MENU DRINKS
TACO BELL MENU DRINKS

Nothing makes a great, custom taco or burrito more complete than pairing it with the appropriate soft drink. Taco Bell offers a wide selection of your favorite’s fountain drinks, including Pepsi and Diet Pepsi, Sierra Mist, and more. Favorites include Brisk Iced Tea and Lemonade, as well as Mountain Dew Kickstart.

Stop by your local Taco Bell for a refreshing frozen drink and to take advantage of ordering happy hour special beverages from the taco bell menu drinks.

Here we’ll look at some of the Taco Bell drinks that you should try at least once to remember the icy vibes.

CHERRY SUNRISE FREEZE

Freeze with a tropical swirl of pineapple orange taste and  a sweet cherry aroma.
It’s like holding the sunset in your palm of your hand with this chilly pineapple punch with swirls of sweet cherry flavor sprinkled in. Which, you angel goddess of summer, I believe you are capable of accomplishing. While your true identity remained a secret, you’ll know the drink—the Cherry Sunset Freeze, which is now available exclusively at Taco Bell.

BLUE RASPBERRY FREEZE

Do in a magical realm of deliciousness, agriculturally and innovatively oriented gnomes carefully select each one of these tasty berries by hand? Whoever is responsible for the Blue Raspberry Freeze must be the growers of these vibrantly wonderful berries. Who else could mix such perfection with a Taco Bell® Freeze that could only be appreciated if tried once?

BAJA BLAST

Mountain Dew: Baja Blast, a tropical lime and pineapple flavored variety of Mountain Dew that is only available as a fountain drink at Taco Bell, was developed in 2004 by Pepsi.  Baja Blast was released in cans and bottles for a limited period in 2014, paired with an interactive app called Baja or Bust. With the exception of 2017, it has been revived in cans and bottles every year since then and now is a favorite choice on taco bell menu drinks.

SANGRITA BLAST

Mountain Dew Sangrita Blast, a dark red, cherry and pomegranate-flavored variety of Mountain Dew that is only available as a fountain drink at Taco Bell, was developed by Pepsi in 2014. Sangrita Blast had a short summer release in 2015, with cans and bottles available. The drink was phased out in 2017 and replaced by Spiked Lemonade, which was phased out again in 2019 and replaced by Baja Blast Zero Sugar.

MIDNIGHT BERRY FREEZE

In December, the weather is often frigid, and in many locations, you can even expect freezing temperatures, depending on where you live. During the harsh winter months, you may wish to warm yourself with a hot beverage while sitting by the fire or on the couch in your home. Taco Bell, on the other hand, has just introduced a new fruity frozen drink to taco bell menu drinks.

Taco Bell created a space-themed frozen drink called the Midnight Berry Freeze to assist people ringing in the New Year.

ISLAND BERRY FREEZE

Because the newest drink is called Island Berry Freeze, which really modifies previous alternatives, it’s possible that the marketing crew wishes to be on a warm island. You can choose between two flavors: Blue Raspberry or Wild Strawberry. They’re mushy and frozen, with tropical cream blended in, according to Chew Boom. Depending on how thirsty you are, you may want to get the 16-ounce drink for $2.69 or go big and order the large, 20-ounce drink for an extra 20 cents.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here