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McDonald’s Debuts New Turtle Coffee Lineup

McDonald’s Debuts New Turtle Coffee Lineup


The new drinks will launch in April

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Most candy fans are familiar with turtles — caramel and pecans dipped in chocolate that take the shape of the shelled reptile. McDonald’s has unveiled a brand new line of coffee that shares similar flavors to the classic sweet treat. McCafé Turtle beverages feature chocolate, caramel, and hazelnut.

“Over the last year, McCafé has broken new ground with a series of exciting changes and it’s only just begun,” senior director of McCafé menu innovation Elina Veksler said in a release. “Our Turtle coffee beverages are a new take on an indulgent treat. With the first sip, you’ll taste a delicious blend of chocolaty, caramel and hazelnut flavors that work together perfectly for a rich and smooth coffee experience. These beverages are skillfully made by restaurant crew for just the right balance of flavors, ensuring our customers receive a café-quality beverage every time.”


Starting in April, customers can order this new variety as a hot or iced macchiato topped with whipped cream and chocolate drizzle, and also as regular drip coffee. All espresso drinks, including the Turtle macchiato, can be purchased for just $2.

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McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


McDonald's BTS meal is here through June 20 with McNuggets and spicy dipping sauces

Less than a week after BTS released their new English-language single “Butter," the K-pop superstars' BTS Meal arrives at McDonald’s restaurants in the U.S., the Bahamas, Canada and eight other countries Wednesday.

The meal includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke – and, for the first time in the U.S. – Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces. McDonald's says the sauces are inspired by popular recipes from its restaurants in South Korea, where the boy band is from.

The meal will be available in the U.S. through June 20 and arrives Thursday in 11 additional countries, including South Korea. It will be available in nearly 50 countries in May and June.

Customers in the U.S. can order the BTS Meal in restaurants and drive-throughs, through mobile order in the McDonald’s app or the chain's delivery service, McDelivery.

"McDonald's is like a friend who has always been there for me," BTS member Jungkook said in a statement. "Burgers, fries and soft drinks - this is the definition of happiness."

McDonald’s will debut a new TV commercial Wednesday night featuring the band’s single "Butter." The fast-food giant said it also will "reveal never-before-seen digital surprises each week featuring the band" through the McDonald’s app.

And there's a merchandise drop, too.

Starting at 7 p.m. EST Wednesday, McDonald’s and BTS will drop a merchandise line on the Weverse Shop app.

McDonald's said in a news release that the "head-to-toe collection is inspired by some of the craveable, hand-picked menu items from the BTS Meal, with dynamite threads like hoodies, purple bathrobes, socks and sandals."

To shop the collection, you need to download the Weverse Shop app and create an account.

McDonald's has partnered with celebrities on special meals before.

In September, the popularity of the month-long Travis Scott collaboration – the first time a celebrity's name has been on the menu in the U.S. since 1992 – led to shortages of key ingredients across the nation. In October, McDonald's had the J Balvin Meal with the award-winning reggaeton artist.

"Butter" is the second song from BTS released entirely in English. The group’s last single in English propelled the septet to new heights: "Dynamite" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned BTS a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.


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