Taco Bell employee stuns TikTok users with ‘secret’ drink order hack

The Taco Bell secret menu just got a new entry.

Like most fast food chains, Taco Bell’s list of unknown “menu items” is constantly growing — often, thanks to TikTok. Across the app, users have shared their favorite custom restaurant orders, whether it’s a “secret” Chipotle sauce, a Spider-Man-themed Starbucks drink or a little-known Chick-fil-A dessert option.

This latest menu hack comes courtesy of TikToker Wubzee (@ceotacobellhacks). In his clip, the user showed how a small modification to the chain’s famous Baja Blast can result in an all-new drink order entirely.

Wubzee, who, based on his videos, appears to work at Taco Bell himself, called the drink a “Cloudy Skies.”


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In his video, Wubzee filled a Taco Bell cup halfway with Baja Blast. Then, he filled the rest with pink lemonade and stirred the mix together.

Despite being extremely simple, it’s clear the “secret” drink order has some appeal. Many commenters poured in praise, while others explained that they’d been getting the Cloudy Skies for years.

“Omg I’ve been doing this forever, it’s so good,” one user wrote.

“I’ve gotten so many people hooked on this,” another added.

“Brun you’re not supposed to give this away,” another joked.

Others, however, were less impressed — noting that Wubzee’s “hack” is basically just mixing two drinks together.

“Pretty sure we’ve all done this mix, didn’t think it was anything special,” one user commented.

Wubzee’s Taco Bell secret menu hack is just the latest time the chain has gone viral in recent months. As of late, the company has sparked chaos online by bringing back fan-favorite menu items and debuting new vegetarian dishes.

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