McDonald’s Unveils First Christmas Menu Items With Two Limited-Edition Festive Drinks

McDonald’s has unveiled two additions to its drinks menu to mark the start of the festive season – and a popular favorite is making a return alongside a brand new drink.

The fast-food giant is set to add the two limited-edition drinks to its menu from Thursday November 3, both of which will be served in specially designed cups decorated with Christmas cartoons to put customers in the mood. holiday spirit. The £1.49 Hot Chocolate Deluxe will be back for the occasion, made with chocolate syrup and topped with cream.

Meanwhile, a new drink will be coming to the menu for the first time this year in the form of the Caramel Waffle Latte. The £2.09 drink comes with caramel waffle syrup, caramel custard topping and a dusting of sugar, WalesOnline reports.

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McDonald’s recently added the McCrispy as the first permanent chicken burger to its menu in 15 years, featuring crispy chicken breast marinated in black pepper and cayenne pepper. The chain also added four new items to the menu last month: Twirl McFlurry, BBQ Bacon Stack, Potato Waffles and Nacho Cheese Wedges.

These additions replaced Chicken Legend, Big Tasty, Spicy McNuggets, Mozzarella Dippers, Twix and Mars McFlurry, which were removed from the menu to make way for the new items. McDonald’s has brought a festive twist to its food menu in previous years and given its drinks a Christmas makeover. Customers should therefore keep their eyes peeled for more additions in the coming weeks.

McDonald’s isn’t the only popular restaurant chain to recently give its menu a festive makeover. Starbucks has announced new treats as well as returning Christmas favorites including a Gingerbread Latte, Festive Feast Panini and Toffee Nut Muffin.

Costa also unveiled its seasonal menu for the holiday season, which will include a Toblerone-inspired latte and hot chocolate for the first time. The popular Terry’s Chocolate Orange hot chocolate will also be back, along with Christmas dinner-inspired hot sandwiches.


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