Pour one for Choco Taco, please. 

Ice cream wrapped in a taco-shaped cone, a favourite Klondike product, has been withdrawn from the market. 

In an email to CNN Business, a representative for Klondike Brand said, "Over the past two years,  

we have experienced an unprecedented spike in demand across our portfolio and have had to make very tough decisions to ensure availability of our full portfolio nationwide." 

"We know this may be very disappointing," the representative added.

The agent added that Choco Tacos might still be available as retailers go through their stock. 

Companies frequently reduced their product offerings during the epidemic to assist fulfil customer demand for their most well-liked products. 

Even less well-known products, however, have ardent supporters who are angry about the choices. 

Another remarked, "They constantly take the nicest stuff away from us. Others criticised Klondike for its choice.

In early 1980s, the Choco Taco was created, claims a 2016 Eater article. It was first mostly offered by ice cream trucks.

Eventually, Unilever, who now controls Klondike, started expanding the product's distribution. 

It's not really inventive to serve ice cream in a waffle cone with toppings. 

But according to creator Alan Drazen, ice cream in a taco shell changed the game.