LOS ANGELES — It’s the same old story, and it’s not a new one.
It’s the burger of the year and the best-selling burger of all time.
But there’s a twist: Bravos are coming back, as the burger is now in a whole new category of things.
The hamburger that everyone knows as “Bravois Burger” has become a brand-new category of foods, including tacos and tacos-inspired drinks.
For starters, a new line of tacos called “Tacos Bravo” is available now in all major chains.
The new line features a beef patty topped with a spicy sauce and topped with an egg-based taco sauce.
Tacodeli’s Tacos Bravos and Fuego Tacos will also be coming to all grocery chains nationwide.
The “Bordela Bravo,” the signature burger, is also coming back for the first time in nearly 40 years.
It is also now available at more than 100 Taco Bell locations nationwide, and the brand-name burger has been sold in more than 40 states.
The original “Brazo” was sold in 1891 and is considered a classic, popular and often overlooked staple of the fast-food industry.
But since then, many of its iconic ingredients have changed, including the cheese and onions used to cook the burgers.
There are now many other types of cheeses, including Brie, Monterey Jack, Swiss, Cheddar, Provolone and Romano, among others.