Now that Starbucks Evenings locations will sell wine, beer, and appetizers, as reported by the Inquisitr, Taco Bell has stepped up their game to sell beer, wine, and boozy type of “freezes” drinks. In fact, the upscale Taco Bell in Wicker Park, Illinois, nabbed the title of being the first Taco Bell to see alcohol in the United States, reports the Chicago Tribune.
And all those drunken Taco Bell evenings can soon be accompanied by Taco Bell’s Cap’n Crunch-Covered balls of dough. However, there are certain restrictions being placed on the beer and wine and other alcoholic fare that customers buy at “The Bell.” They’ll have a different cup that will distinguish the beer and wine and alcoholic drinks from those that don’t contain alcohol. That way, Taco Bell employees will be able to keep the boozing patrons separate from the others.
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As for the new Cap’n Crunch Delights sweet treat, Taco Bell will hock the milk icing-filled via their menu, served warm, reports Time.
Taco Bell to offer Cap'N Crunch doughnut holes: Warm doughnut holes covered in Cap'n Crunch berries were huge… http://t.co/M9nKLF4iTp
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Taco Bell made the announcement on Friday that their Cap’n Crunch Delights would become available on July 2 but will be exempt from their promise to stay away from artificial ingredients. The doughnut holes will be filled with a mysterious “milk” icing.
— The Daily Meal (@thedailymeal) June 6, 2015
Taco Bell already began testing the new artificial color and artificial flavor containing Cap’n Crunch Delights in select locations, and now they are prepared to roll them out nationwide in less than one month. Taco Bell is one of the major eateries striving toward healthier ingredients, as Chipotle did recently when they announced they were dropping GMOs.
— Charmaine Chin (@charmainec2011) June 6, 2015
Taco Bell is owned by the same company that owns KFC and Pizza Hut, but their new Cap’n Crunch Delights announcement is getting a variety of reactions online.
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