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Feb 24, 2015

Review: Taco Bell - Snapple Lemonade Freeze

Taco Bell's Snapple Lemonade Freeze features an icy slush drink with the flavor of Snapple Lemonade.

It's normally $1.99 for a 16-oz cup but I got this at Taco Bell HQ for free (because it doesn't come out until Thursday).

I figured I'd just review this since it comes out of a machine so it's not going to be any different at Taco Bell HQ than at an actual Taco Bell restaurant (unless their machine is on the fritz).

If you like your lemonade on the sour side, this might be your new go-to drink at Taco Bell. I like my lemonade pretty sour so this is right up my alley. Beyond the sour lemony flavor, it's notably not too sweet and seems less sweet than the other Freeze flavors.

Texture-wise, the slush isn't as fine as say a 7-Eleven Slushie (which is like freshly fallen powder) but not so icy as to be gritty, so it's a nice middle ground.

Overall, Taco Bell's Snapple Lemonade Freeze is pretty good. There's a really enjoyable sour lemon flavor to it that isn't as syrupy as the other Freeze flavors.

Nutritional Info - Taco Bell Snapple Lemonade Freeze - Regular 16 fl oz (403g)
Calories - 190 (from Fat - 0)
Fat - 0g (Saturated Fat - 0g)
Sodium - 60mg
Carbs - 48g (Sugar - 48g)
Protein - 0g


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