Taco Bell Unleashes “Quesalupa” Thingy With Cheese-Stuffed Shell, But Only In Toledo

caseoflupusRemember when Conan O’Brien visited the test kitchen at Taco Bell HQ and got to taste something whose name sounded like “Case of Lupus”? Well, we correctly guessed that it’s actually called a Quesalupa, and that it involves cheese. More accurately, it’s something that looks a bit like a taco but which uses a shell stuffed with cheese. It’s about what you’d expect from the Bell, but if you want to try it, you’ll have to travel to Toledo.

The company confirmed yesterday that it’s unleashing its latest fast food Frankenstein on the good people of Toledo, OH, and that they would, for now, be the only people to try it.

Toledo’s 36 Taco Bells will get the exclusive on the new snack for four weeks, reports the Toledo Blade, which also points out that this market was one of the test areas for the Doritos Locos Tacos before those took over the entire planet.

The images of the Quesalupa look enticing in the ads, but we’re curious to see what it looks like in the real world. So if you’re in Toledo and trying this new item out, feel free to e-mail us a photo at tips@consumerist.com or share it with us on Twitter @consumerist.

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