McDonald's Just Took Coffee to the Next Level

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Our favorite fast food joint has some great news for coffee lovers! The 61-year-old company is officially entering the coffee circuit by launching three new coffee drinks and a menu that will compete with Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts.

The new drinks will round out McDonald’s innovative espresso-based drink menu.

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The drinks, which are rich and flavorful are bound to pair well with your favorite McDonald’s menu item. The Caramel Macchiato, which you can order either hot or iced, features espresso and caramel-flavored syrup, layered with steamed milk and topped with a caramel drizzle. The French Vanilla Cappuccino is made with espresso, steamed milk, vanilla-flavored syrup, and is topped with a layer of creamy foam. The last new drink, The Americano, consists of espresso and hot water.

As Brand Eating reports, California, specifically the Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto area of Northern California, will be the very to taste test the three new espressos during the week of March 20 to 26. Here’s hoping the rest of the country will be trying them in the next few months.

[H/T Instagram / @McDonalds]


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