Taco Bell Launches Watermelon Freeze With Faux Seeds

Taco Bell’s new drink takes on a summertime favorite fruit

Taco Bell's new drink is equipped with "seeds."

Taco Bell is turning a favorite warm-weather fruit into an icy slush drink. This season, fans across the U.S. can cool off with the chain’s limited edition Watermelon Freeze, which even comes complete with seeds — candy seeds, that is. While this small addition sure is trendy and cute, fine print warns that the faux seeds could be a choking hazard for kids aged three and younger.

Taco Bell’s new Watermelon Freeze is available now nationwide. It costs $2.29 for a regular, $2.59 for a large, and just $1 during the chain’s Happier Hour from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Other frozen beverages on the menu currently include the Mountain Dew Baja Blast Freeze and the Skittles Strawberry Freeze.

taco bell watermelon freeze

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If you live near Taco Bell Cantina outposts in Newport Beach, California or Chicago, Illinois, you can snag something a little boozier. The Berry Frosé is a strawberry-flavored slush with a 2-ounce pour of rosé. The Instagrammable treat retails for $7.99 in Newport Beach and $5.49 in Chicago. If you often find yourself saying “yes way” to rosé, here are 20 ways to enjoy it this summer without actually drinking wine.

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