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You can now get scented Taco Bell wrapping paper in Canada

Have you ever wanted to give someone the gift of a delicious, greasy Triple Double Crunchwrap from Taco Bell but you decided it might not be a generous enough Christmas gift?

If your answer is 'yes,' then you probably need to work on your gift-giving game, but thankfully you can do just that while wrapping your present in Taco Bell Canada's new scented CrunchWrapping Paper.

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Taco Bell wrapping paper comes in a variety of ingredients and is now scented. Image via Taco Bell.

That's right. Starting this holiday season, you'll be able to purchase wrapping paper that actually smells like the chain's decadent menu item.

Taco Bell Canada rolled out CrunchWrapping Paper last holiday season and it was a success, so this year they've upped their game and added the scent of their Triple Double Crunchwrap too.

Each scented CrunchWrapping Paper set comes with five sheets of wrapping paper, representing every layer of the wrap.

If you're one of the lucky tex mex lovers who gets their hands on the wrapping paper before it sells out, you'll receive a sheet that smells and looks like beef, nacho cheese sauce, crunchy tostada, tortilla, sour cream, lettuce, and tomato.

"Our CrunchWrapping Paper was a huge hit last year, selling out in just a few days, so we wanted to bring it back again this holiday season but take it one step further by adding the unique Triple Double Crunchwrap scent," said Veronica Castillo, head of Marketing at Taco Bell Canada.

Scented CrunchWrapping Paper will be available for purchase on Amazon for $4 beginning on Cyber Monday, December 2.

It'll be available until December 22 or while supplies last.

Last year's CrunchWrapping Paper sold out in less than 48 hours, so you'll have to move fast if you want the bottom of your Christmas tree to smell like meat and cheese. 

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Mike Mozart

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