The most popular product in Taco Bell's 50-year history, the US brand are bringing their crunchy taco made using Doritos to the UK - and you can get one for free.

Described as one of America’s most successful fast food innovations, the Doritos Locos Tacos – the combination of Taco Bell’s iconic crunchy taco with the bold flavour of Doritos Tangy Cheese – will be available for a limited time.

And on National Taco Day (Friday October 4th), they’ll be giving them away for free on a first-come-first serve basis, all you have to do is turn up and ask.

Taco Bell Doritos

Specially developed recipe, featuring a crunchy shell made out of Tangy Cheese Doritos on the outside filled with 100 per cent Taco Bell premium seasoned beef, crisp shredded lettuce and cheddar cheese.

The limited edition Doritos Locos Tacos box is also now available at all UK Taco Bell restaurants and features a Locos Tacos Supreme, two regular tacos, Cinnamon Twists and fries all for £5.

Pat O’Toole, senior marketing director, away from home channel, said: “Taco Bell founder, Glen Bell, has always been recognized for his ‘Recipes for Success’. He always listened to the consumer and was an explorer in terms of helping shape Taco Bell around what the fans wanted. For a while now super fans have been excited about the potential new launch.

“Taco Bell fans have been salivating for its release in the UK since the Doritos Locos Tacos was launched in the US in 2012 and quickly became a global media phenomenon.

“Now it’s here by popular demand and we have no doubt that UK fans are going to love the amazing combination between two much-loved brands.”

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