Japan is in the middle of a peach sweets boom, and McDonald’s shakes things up by using two kinds of peaches at once.
Sorry, McDonald’s, but no way are we waiting until March for our mint dessert drink fix.
Just squeeze and mix to get a delicious shake in the flavor of your favorite dessert!
We’ll take any excuse to drink shakes, but was this new temptation, over a century in the making, worth the wait?
And yes, that is a milkshake with pretzels and potato chips.
As the leaves start to turn brown in Japan, it’s time for its desserts to do so too.
McDonald’s Japan’s “Summer Shake” series this year will start off with Okinawa Pineapple!
Made with Japanese honey and lemons from the Seto Inland Sea region.
Even if you’re not a fan of McDonald’s burgers, fries, or food offerings of any kind, you have to admit the fast food chain knows how to make a pretty tasty shake. Thick and creamy, sipping on a McDonald’s shake can instantly bring back those feelings of happy contentedness you felt as a child, and in Japan part of the reason might be that the experience is designed to make you feel like a baby sucking down a meal of breast milk.