Can you score one of the last remaining Choco Tacos?

Choco Taco at Taco Bell, photo provided by Taco Bell
Choco Taco at Taco Bell, photo provided by Taco Bell /

While many people have fallen into despair knowing that there are only a few last remaining Choco Tacos available to be enjoyed, a bigger quest has some people willing to go all in to get that last bite. Although some people have gone to extremes with satisfying a craving for a Klondike Bar, this situation is different. With only 912 Choco Tacos left, who has the skill to find those remaining frozen desserts?

Some foods are etched into pop culture history. While some people might joke about a Twinkie and others can debate what is or is not a sandwich, the reality is that food can offer a deeper connection than just curbing a hunger.

From holidays to special occasions, food is part of the conversation. Thanksgiving is not complete without a table overflowing with side dishes and Christmas may not be as merry without that signature roast. That food creates a memory and enjoying that flavor again has all those thoughts come flooding back.

With certain frozen desserts, those treats often bring the biggest smiles. From celebrating a win to consoling a loss, the dessert makes is the sweet ending. When that taste is enjoyed again, it is more than the familiar taste. It is a walk down memory lane, an instant positive feeling and just a little moment of happy.

As the Choco Taco leaves the freezer, many people are longing to get that one last taste. Even if some recipes try to recreate that iconic dessert, there is something pleasurable about tearing open that package.

Since there are a few remaining frozen desserts, Klondike wanted to do something special with the offerings. After asking fans, the brand visited a Savannah Bananas baseball game, went to Death Valley and even made a stop in Bellington, Washington. Even though the Washington stop had the Choco Taco going where the sun does not shine, the journey is not over. Will you be able to find them?

Starting on September 21, Klondike will be sharing clues on its Instagram page. Each clue will lead fans to another one. In the end, the first 100 people to discover “all seven profiles,” can try to solve the puzzle and win the “Choco Taco Bragging Rights.”

This timely event does not require a Jeopardy champion’s brain, but it does put problem solving skills to the test. For anyone up for the challenge, Klondike is throwing down the gauntlet. It all starts with one question, what would you do for the last remaining Choco Tacos?