Ice Coffee Challenge!
McDonald’s is testing its own cold brew iced coffee, but youll have to go to San Diego to try it
- McDonald's is testing new cold brew drinks at 74 locations in the San Diego area.
- If it goes well, the fast-food chain will add cold brew coffee to menus nationwide.
- Customers have the option to add French vanilla, caramel, or hazelnut flavors to their cold brew, and there's also a special McCafé Marble Cold Brew that's swirled with sweet syrup and light cream.
McDonald's isn't defined by just burgers and fries anymore — in California, at least. Although cappuccinos, macchiatos, lattes and iced coffee have long been available to the masses, the chain is just now adding cold brew to its McCafé menu at 74 restaurants in the San Diego area as part of a market test.
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"San Diego is a city full of coffee lovers, so it's an ideal place to test our McCafé Cold Brew Coffee," San Diego County McDonald's franchise owner Jamie Straza said in a release. "We were first in the country to test All Day Breakfast and we're thrilled to continue bringing menu innovations to our San Diego customers."
If all goes swimmingly, coffee lovers could see a nationwide rollout in the near future.
McDonald's McCafé cold brew is made with sustainably sourced Guatemalan coffee beans. Diners have the option of adding cream and sugar or French vanilla, caramel or hazelnut flavors. They can also opt for a new "McCafé Marble Cold Brew," which comes with sweet creamy syrup and swirls of light cream for just per small cup. Sounds a little like Starbucks' Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew at half the price.
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