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Taco Bell’s Hyped Tripelupa Is BACK For Another Limited-Time Test Run

Taco Bell’s most recent innovation involving taco shells, the Tripelupa, is officially back on the menus for another limited-time test run.

Consisting of a special three-in-one chalupa shell, each part of the Tripelupa is filled with the same base ingredients: ground beef, tomatoes, a three cheese blend, and lettuce. From there, a different sauce (or mix of sauces) is added to each component. The outer chalupas will be drizzled with either nacho cheese or chipotle sauce, while the middle segment gets treated to both.

It’s arguably the most innovative chalupa out there, and can be utilized as a single-item snack for you and a couple buds. Breaking off one at a time for yourself or attempting to eat the entire chalupa trio in one go are also ways to try this unique eat out.

The Tripelupa was on menus in the Orange County, California area in late November and early December of 2018. This time, it’ll be in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from February 28th through early April. Hopefully, we’ll get a nationwide launch some time after that.

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Taco Bell’s New ‘Triplelupa’ Is A Trio Of Pull-Apart Chalupas

Taco Bell has created their own version of a “tear and share” item. Their new take on the concept is a pull-apart chalupa trio that you can share with the squad or eat all at once.

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Dubbed the “Triplelupa,” each of the three chalupas are held together by a special 3-in-1 chalupa that features the same base ingredients of beef, a three-cheese blend, lettuce, and tomatoes. The sauces on each one, however, are different. One of the end chalupas is topped with chipotle sauce and the other with nacho cheese sauce, while the middle is treated to both.

Taco Bell is testing the Triplelupa in participating locations in Orange County, California, from November 21st through December 12th. It’ll cost $3.49 on its own or $5.49 as a combo with a Crunchy Taco and a large drink.