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McDonald's Launching Its Hottest Ever Burger In UK

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McDonald's Launching Its Hottest Ever Burger In UK

McDonald's is bringing its hottest burger yet to our shores in time to heat up our summer.

The McSpicy does it exactly what it says on the tin, and is comprised of a chicken fillet with a spicy coating, on a bed of lettuce and cooling mayo, between toasted sesame seed buns.

McDonald's is bringing its hottest burger yet to the UK. Credit: McDonald's
McDonald's is bringing its hottest burger yet to the UK. Credit: McDonald's

In case the mayo isn't sufficiently cooling for you, McSpicy burgers ordered through the Maccies app will come with a free Happy Meal carton of milk.

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Just how hot you find the burger is, of course, a matter of taste.

You'll be able to try it for yourself from 14 July, but it will be around for a limited time only.

The McSpicy will be up for grabs for six weeks, meaning you have until 24 August to get your hands on one.

The burger is priced at £5.49.

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The fast food giant said: "After months of lockdown, McDonald's is here to spice up your summer (quite literally) with its HOTTEST burger yet...

"Now, McDonald's knows that spice is subjective. Some will be reaching for a glass of milk whilst shouting: 'My mouth is on FIRE', while others may think the McSpicy has just 'a lil' kick' to it.

"Whatever you think, McDonald's is encouraging the nation to head online to join the #McSpicyDebate on social by answering 'How McSpicy is it for you?'

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Reckon you could handle it? Credit: McDonald's
Reckon you could handle it? Credit: McDonald's

"The new McSpicy from McDonald's. 100 percent chicken breast fillet in a spicy marinade and crispy coating. How spicy is it for you?"

Maccies has already played a part in boosting our summer, discounting its entire menu on Wednesday (7 July) so England fans could eat for cheap as the nation took on Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-final.

The chain knocked 30 percent off everything, meaning you could get a cheeseburger for just 69p.

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Before that, it rolled prices back to 1996 for the England vs Scotland game in the group stage.

Featured Image Credit: McDonald's

Topics: Food, UK News, McDonald's

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