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McDonald's Is Selling Spam And Oreo-Style Biscuit Burgers In China

McDonald's Is Selling Spam And Oreo-Style Biscuit Burgers In China

Jury's out

Jake Massey

Jake Massey

McDonald's is launching a Spam and Oreo-style biscuit burger in China, for some reason.

The curious concoction was shared by Maccies on Weibo - a popular social media site in China.

Delicious? Or maybe disgusting?

The post claimed the burger has a 'fairy-like taste', as if it couldn't get any stranger.

Unfortunately though, you're almost definitely not gonna be able to sample this fairy-like feast for yourself, as it seems the chain will be serving up just 400,000 of them in the country from Monday (21 December).

Don't worry though, I'm sure you could rustle one up yourself pretty easily, just head to the shop and pick up some Spam, Oreos, a bread muffin and a mysterious white condiment (perhaps some kind of mayo or aioli).

LADbible has contacted Maccies to see if we can expect to see a bigger role out of the burger anytime soon.

In the meantime, you can be getting stuck into the seasonal offerings from the Maccies festive menu, which is available until Tuesday 29 December.

The menu features the likes of a Celebrations McFlurry, a Double Big Mac, a Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich and a Salted Caramel Latte.


The Double Big Mac, as you can probably guess from the name, has double the amount of beef patties as your bog-standard Big Mac, plus cheese, lettuce, onions, gherkins and Big Mac sauce.

It's the biggest burger McDonald's has ever sold, so if you want to get your hands on a bit of history you can for £4.19 for the burger on its own or make it a meal, with a side and drink, for £5.69.

The Jamaican Jerk Chicken Sandwich consists of two pieces of crispy chicken with a spicy jerk sauce, Beechwood smoked bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, slivered onion and lettuce served in a sourdough bun - which is £4.39 on its own, or £5.69 for a meal.

To really get you in the festive mood there's also a Celebrations McFlurry, which combines the usual super-soft McFlurry ice cream with Maltesers clusters, Galaxy chocolate drops, Caramel pieces, Mars Nuggets and Twix biscuits all topped with a milk chocolate sauce.

The full-sized version is £1.39 of you can get a mini for 99p.

If that's not enough sweet treats for ya, the Salted Caramel Latte is back for £1.69.

Cheese Melt Dippers are also back on the menu - you can get four cheese dippers made with indulgent camembert, served with a tangy tomato dip for £1.79 or opt for the share box which costs £4.79.

So have that, China. We don't need no, Spam and Oreo.

Featured Image Credit: McDonald's

Topics: Food, China, McDonald's