McDonald’s fans have been left gobsmacked after finding out there’s going to be a McSpicy x Frank’s RedHot hot sauce collaboration dropping on the menu. So let’s take a look at everything we know…
The fast food chain has made a series of announcements this month, from the return of the Breakfast Wrap to the introduction of the brand new pink-themed additions we’ve never seen on the menu before.
And now, there’s a new item… McDonald’s is launching its McSpicy collaboration with Frank’s RedHot hot sauce!
This marks the chain’s first-ever UK food collaboration and from the sounds of it, not everyone is going to be able to handle the heat.
So let’s take a look at everything we know about the McSpicy x Frank’s RedHot collaboration, from what it includes to when it’s available to order:
What is in the McSpicy x Frank’s RedHot collaboration?
The new McSpicy® x Frank’s RedHot features a 100 per cent chicken breast fillet in a crispy coating, served with lettuce, Emmental cheese, jalapeños, onions, and Frank’s RedHot Mayo on a sesame bun.
It will retail at £5.59 on its own, or for £7.29 as a part of a meal.
Thomas O’Neil, of McDonald’s UK and Ireland, says: “We know how much our customers love spice and were blown away by the reaction to the McSpicy since it first launched as a limited-edition back in July 2021, growing to a permanent resident on our main menu.
This collaboration with Frank’s RedHot gave us such an exciting opportunity to build on an already iconic product and create something genuinely spicy but also delicious that we know both McDonald’s and Frank’s RedHot customers will love.”
When will the McSpicy x Frank’s RedHot collaboration be available to order?
All McDonald’s UK and Ireland restaurants will be selling the burger from February 7. Customers will be able to pick it up at all sites and drive-thru locations. They can also order it from the McDonald’s app.
You’ll have to act fast if you want to try it, as the chain has warned: “Once it’s gone, it’s gone.”
The McSpicy x Frank’s RedHot will only be available for six weeks, while stocks last.