Earlier this year, we were blessed with McDonald's Worldwide Favorites menu, a selection of international eats from McD locations around the globe. And now, mere months since the first launch, we're hearing rumors of the next great rotation.
In case you missed the original news, the chain dropped the Stroopwafel McFlurry from France, the Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger from Spain, Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich from Canada, and Cheesy Bacon Fries from Australia in the U.S. All of which we are complete hit—in fact, we tried and loved them.
According to documents obtained by Business Insider, McDonald's will soon test Worldwide Favorites 2.0 at less than 100 stores in the Connecticut area. The site claims Mexico's Savory Ranch Burger, France's Grand Premium Chicken Sandwich, Japan's McChicken McMuffin, and Canada's Carmel Brownie McFlurry will be part of this next rotation.
If you don't live in the Connecticut area, you'll have to sit tight because national rollout isn't slated for another year. It's actually due to launch next summer. Though McDonald's has yet to comment on the rumors, these leaks have tended to be spot on in the past.
While a majority of us will have to wait, I think the current offerings will hold us over justttttt fine.
Here's a little reminder about *how* good these favs are: The McFlurry is swirled with vanilla soft serve, caramel, and obviously some crunchy Stroopwafel. The tomato, mozzarella, and chicken sandwich comes on a brioche bun, and the Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger is "a quarter pounder with smoky cheese" and a "smoky McBacon Sauce." Finally, we've got the Cheesy Bacon Fries which are exactly what they sound like: fries smothered in cheese and bacon.
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