Taco Bell has quite the recent history of turning otherwise-disgusting-sounding menu items into massive hits. While it’s still too early to tell what fate history holds for Starburst smoothies, word is that Bell locations in Kansas are already testing another potential megahit: a Sriracha menu that, at least according to Thrillist, showcases the beloved condiment on five different items: Sriracha Nachos Supreme, a Sriracha Quesarito, the so-named Sriracha Scrambler Burrito, a Sriracha Loaded Griller, and, of course, Sriracha Tacos.
Since what we’re really talking about here is just a squeeze of the Thai hot sauce, you can also request it on any regular menu item. But there’s one potential issue holding things back: Redditors who’ve tried Taco Bell’s “sriracha” say it’s not the pure stuff we all know and love. Rather, it’s something creamier that “isn’t quite the same,” seems to be more in the vein of Subway’s Sriracha mayo. Will high college kids the taco-loving masses care that the sauce is a rooster impostor? Probably not. After all, “lack of authenticity” has always sort of been a crucial part of the Taco Bell experience.