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Friday, November 29, 2019

McDonald's brings the sweet holiday spirits in Dreamy Delights

11/29/2019 05:23:25 PM

With the annual Christmas atmosphere – especially in a country that celebrates it for a very long time like the Philippines – comes a series of seasonal-flavored offerings. Enter McDonald's into the picture, for they have the all-new Dreamy Delights.

McDonald's Dreamy Delights comprises of four sweet products that embody the spirit of Christmas:  the Rich Chocolate Pie, Coffee McFlurry with Oreo, Brown Sugar Sundae with Pearls, and Milk Tea McFloat with Brown Sugar Pearls.  

Leading the product line is the Rich Chocolate Pie, a cocoa-flavored pie crust with a hot, thick, luscious dark chocolate filling that is made from cocoa beans from Ivory Coast, Ecuador, and Ghana. This perfect luxurious holiday treat is just priced PhP39.

Meanwhile, there's also the equally-rich Coffee McFlurry with Oreo that combines thick vanilla soft serve sundae mixed with mild roast coffee syrup and crushed Oreos. A well-deserve gift you owe yourself for just PhP49.

Another offering that's a must-try for everyone is the Brown Sugar Sundae with Pearls,. This amazingly affordable dessert comprises of thick vanilla soft serve sundae is topped with sweet brown sugar syrup and chewy delightful brown sugar pearls. Truly, a one-of-a-kind for just PhP49!

Last but not the least is the  Milk Tea McFloat with Brown Sugar Pearls, and it comes in two flavors –  a refreshing and sweet classic black-tea base, or a dreamy winter melon tea base, with chewy brown sugar pearls topped with thick vanilla soft serve sundae. At P75, this milk tea can be enjoyed anytime. 

McDonald's Dreamy Delights are available at McDonald's stores nationwide! 

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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