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.