Get ready for the McSpicy! McDonald’s brings its spiciest EVER burger to the UK – and it comes with a free bottle of milk to cool burning tongues
- McDonald’s is officially bringing the McSpicy to the UK to heat up Summer 2021
- Contains chicken fillet with spicy coating between toasted sesame seed buns
- All orders via My McDonald’s App will come with free bottle of Happy Meal Milk
McDonald’s fans rejoice! Jot 14th July in your diaries because the fast food chain is officially bringing the McSpicy to the UK to heat up your summer.
The popular fast food chain is set to release its hottest burger ever – and it even comes with a free bottle of milk to help cool down those burning tongues.
For just £5.49, treat yourself to a thick, succulent chicken fillet with a spicy coating, on a bed of crunchy, cool lettuce and mayo, between toasted sesame seed buns.
But be warned, it definitely has a certain zing to it. So, can you handle the heat?
McDonald’s is officially bringing the £5.49 McSpicy to the UK on 14th July for the first time ever to heat up your summer
While some will be reaching for a glass of milk whilst shouting: ‘My mouth is on FIRE’, others may think the McSpicy has just ‘a lil’ kick’ to it.
But for those of you who can’t tolerate the heat, don’t worry – McDonald’s has you covered!
The fast food chain is giving away free Happy Meal Milk with all McSpicy purchases via the My McDonald’s App.
To officially celebrate its arrival, McDonald’s lit up restaurants in the two locations of the UK with the highest and lowest tolerance to spice after polling over 5,000 UK adults on their attitudes to all things heat.
The fast food chain is giving away free Happy Meal Milk with all McSpicy purchases via the My McDonald’s App
Results of a poll revealed that Wolverhampton locals can really handle the spice, while Norwich residents are more likely to be reaching for the milk. Pictured, launch of the McSpicy at McDonalds Wolverhampton
The poll looked at which UK cities can best handle their heat by asking each respondent to score how much spice they can tolerate on a scale of 1 to 10.
The results revealed that Wolverhampton locals can really handle the spice, while Norwich residents are more likely to be reaching for the milk.
The McSpicy will only be around for a limited time of six weeks, meaning you have until the 24th August to get your hands on it
The new McSpicy burger will join the current limited-edition line-up alongside: BBQ Bacon Stack, Mozzerella Dippers Aero Chocolate and Aero Mint McFlurries.