Taco Bell app users may select between the two items from Sept. 27 to Oct. 7. Enchiritos are soft flour tortillas filled with meat and beans and topped with cheddar cheese and red sauce.
It was a popular dish in 1970s and 1980s Taco Bell commercials and jingles but was removed in 2013 to make way for other things.
Those who grew up then never forgot the Enchirito and petitioned for its restoration.
The Double Decker Taco may have had less time to become nostalgic. It was a temporary promotion in 1995 and became permanent in 2005.
It was advertised with Shaquille O'Neal at the time. "Double decker" refers to crispy tortilla and fried beans between soft tortillas.
760,000 votes (62%) from Nov. 17-30 encouraged Taco Bell to bring back the Enchirito. "Historians may order through Taco Bell's app, delivery, online, or in-store kiosks," the company said.
While the margin is clear, some taco fans were not delighted; both menu items were criticised for being too over-the-top. Nostalgia becomes stronger with age.
McDonald's introduced adult Happy Meals this week, while Krispy Kreme unveiled a summer line of doughnuts inspired by Popsicle and Good Humor ice cream.
Such products sometimes appeal to both people who miss the original pleasure and new generations.
These goofy items have taken popularity because they're created for physical and digital consumption.