McDonald’s Offering Flavored Hot Coffees For The First Time, But In Just One Market

Craving a little flavor with your morning cup of hot java? If your breakfast joint of choice is McDonald’s, then you likely know that just isn’t an option. Until now – but only in one select area.

The Christian Science Monitor reports that McDonald’s is now offering caramel, hazelnut and French vanilla McCafé hot coffees in at least one market.

While a spokesperson for the company confirms that the piping hot coffees are being promoted as a local menu item in at least one area of the country, she didn’t specify which area or whether the drinks would be expanded nationally.

McDonald’s has served flavored ice McCafé coffees since 2007, but this is the first time a hot option has ever appeared on the menu. Additionally, the company sells bags of French vanilla and Hazelnut coffee at local retailers.

McDonald’s to expand flavored coffee sales to restaurants, but not nationwide (yet) [The Christian Science Monitor]

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