Thursday, July 2, 2015

Tijuana Flats is bringing back the hemp burrito

Posted By on Thu, Jul 2, 2015 at 5:42 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA TIJUANA FLATS
  • Photo via Tijuana Flats
Burweedo strikes again! Starting next week, you can now add a hemp burrito to your paraphernalia collection courtesy of Tijuana Flats, according to a press release from the Winter Park chain. 

The hemp tortillas are back for a limited time starting Monday, July 6. Last year, the chain also advertised three specialty hemp burritos prepared "megajuana" size: the Pie Roller, Tree Hugger and Sweet Hemptation. 

Tijuana Flats says it's free to upgrade to a hemp tortilla from your regular tortilla, and if anyone asks, you can tell them hemp tortillas are “high in protein and omega-3." 

For the record, this press release came with the subject line “Let us roll you a fat one.” If that doesn’t convince you to try it, what will?

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