May 20, 2010

Review: Taco Bell - Classic Limeade Sparkler

Taco Bell Classic Limeade Sparkler
Apparently, Taco Bell is using the word "classic" to signify the norm for their drinks.  They could have saved a word (and me from typing seven extra letters) by just calling the Classic Limeade Sparkler the "Limeade Sparkler."  I got one by taking advantage of the promotional free Limeade Sparkler coupon on Taco Bell's website.

The Classic Limeade Sparkler is essentially Sierra Mist with lime syrup, a lot of ice, and a lime wedge or two.  The price is $1.69 for 16 ounces or $1.99 for 20 ounces.

I liked this one better than the Cherry Limeade Sparkler.  The syrup gave it a tart lime flavor and there was a bit of real lime flavor to it as well; you could taste the slightly bitter lime aftertaste that you don't really get with a lemon.  That being said I would still rather have a Frutista Freeze in Strawberry or the new Margarita.

Also, I can't shake the feeling that what I'm mostly getting is just cubed ice with the Limeade Sparklers.

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Nutritional Info (16 fl oz)
Calories - 150 (from Fat - 0)
Fat - 0g (Saturated Fat - 0g)
Sodium - 80mg
Carbs - 39g (Sugar - 38g)
Protein - 0g


  1. rithylovesgoatsFriday, May 21, 2010

    what would make this meal 100x better would be a party pack of tacos...

  2. The coupons never worked for me. Says it prints to my printer but nothing ever comes out. Fail.

  3. Thanks for showing the coupons for free Limade's! I printed a bunch so whatever part of town I'm in I don't have to worry about a drink. Tasted great in this 100 degree summer day today.

  4. @rithy: That would make it better!

    @Cue: Haha, sounds like a tech support issue.

    @Anon: You're welcome! I am glad it is not 100 degrees here yet.


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