Industry News | May 27, 2015

Meet Qdoba's Spicy Tequila Mango Smothered Burrito

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Qdoba debuts its new Spicy Tequila Mango Smothered Burrito today, along with the return of two seasonal favorites, Qdoba’s classic Mango Salad and Mango Salsa.

Amping up Qdoba’s summer menu lineup, the Spicy Tequila Mango Smothered Burrito combines the sweet taste of mangos and fiery heat of habanero with a hint of zesty lime and tequila flavor to unleash the ultimate mashup to guests.

The Spicy Tequila Mango Smother complements three Smothers on Qdoba’s menu — Bold Red Chile, Smoky Chipotle Cream, and Savory Queso — which debuted in December 2014. Each Smothered Burrito is loaded with a guest’s choice of Smother sauce in and on the burrito. Like any of Qdoba’s flavors, guests can also enjoy the new Smother on any entrée, like a wrapped burrito, burrito bowl, or nachos.

“In addition to bringing back our popular Mango Salad and Mango Salsa, we’re introducing a new summer offering that packs a bold, flavorful punch that’ll leave our guests craving for more,” says John Cooke, vice president of menu strategy and development. “With our new Spicy Tequila Mango Smothered Burritos, our guests can enjoy both sweet and spicy as they dive into a unique mashup that is sure to deliver head-on flavor in every bite.”

Guests looking for a little less heat can enjoy the Mango Salad or layer Mango Salsa onto any entree, as those two summer classics return for the 10th year at participating Qdoba restaurants. Qdoba’s Mango Salad features the Mango Salsa, which is packed with a combination of mangos, cucumbers, and red bell peppers, and is served over a bed of romaine lettuce and drizzled with a cilantro-lime vinaigrette dressing.

The Spicy Tequila Mango Smother and Mango Salsa are part of Qdoba’s all-inclusive menu structure in which guests pay one price based on the entrée they select and are no longer charged extra for all the flavors they choose to add, including Smothers, salsas, guacamole, and Queso.



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