Chipotle AKA the king of all guac and burrito lovers has officially decided to blow our minds yet again with a new spin on their queso recipe. Last September, our beloved fast food chain released their cheese dip after years of holding back on our queso filled souls to only have us feeling a little let down because it just didn’t really meet the hype. In fact, the queso was kind of nasty – and it wasn’t just me. Everyone on Twitter was really disappointed.
ETHICAL DILEMMA: If someone ahead of me in line at Chipotle orders the queso, do I have a moral obligation to speak up and tell them how awful it is? Or should I just straight up knock it out of their hands?
— Josh Svendsen (@Jsvenny) December 2, 2017
thought this guy in front of me in the chipotle line was cute BUT then I saw him get chipotle queso on his burrito so that was #cancelled
— tess (@tessgpeterson) December 4, 2017
I tried Chipotle's queso for the first time today. Here's my review in Haiku form.
It is not very good
Velveeta is much better
Just stick with the guac.
— Tuff Santa Titty ??? (@joostinrextin) November 29, 2017
Biggest disappointment of 2017:
— Kearson ? (@Kearson_) November 25, 2017
“Just with everything going wrong in the world right now, it just feels like a bridge too far, you know?” – Husband, still ranting about Chipotle’s terrible queso that we had 2 months ago.
— Lauren Thoman (@LaurenTHCW) November 24, 2017
Chipotle’s queso literally looks like a cup of disappointment.
— Princess Ex GF (@PrincessGf13) December 4, 2017
I haven’t been back to Chipotle ever since I had their disrespectful queso
— Ravens 7-5 (@CallMeToneeTho) December 4, 2017
I guess our cries have been heard from the queso gods because they have completely revamped their recipe in hopes of winning back our hearts and our pockets. As all Chipotle edibles, the queso will be au-natural with nothing but fresh organic ingredients, expressed a spokesperson from the Chipotle test-kitchen. Business Insider went on a trip to visit Chipotle’s headquarters in Manhattan last week to get the first taste.