CITY LIT BOOKS: Taco Bell will test-launch a frosé slushy in Chicago—here’s where to find it
City Lit Books issued the following announcement on June 6.
There's no shortage of Chicago bars and restaurants serving frosé this summer, but fans of the wine-infused slush can add one more spot to their lists: Taco Bell. The fast-food empire is hopping on the bandwagon with its Berry Frosé Twisted Freeze, which will test-launch at just two locations nationwide—Newport Beach, California, and here in Chicago. Want to get the first sip? Head to the Taco Bell Cantina at 407 S Dearborn Street to try the pink drink before it's released to the masses.
According to a news release, the new beverage is "blended with the perfect combination of berry flavors for a tasty, strawberry-forward, easy-to-sip summer treat." According to the OC Register, the drink is made with a two-ounce pour of Charles & Charles rosé wine, so you might feel slightly buzzed if you slurp it too quickly. Balance out what's sure to be a syrupy sweet sipper with a Cheesy Gordita Crunch and a Fiery Doritos Locos Taco (that's what we're doing, at least). A plastic cup of frosé will set you back $5.49.
Looking for more ways to guzzle frosé this summer? Check out our exhaustive guide to the Chicago's best rooftops and patios, where the pink stuff is flowing all season long.
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Source:City Lit Books