Friday, March 1, 2019

McDonald's Philippines Launches The Flavors of Japan

McDonald's Philippines just launched something new that would bring Japan's Sakura Festival to our shores. And it is delicious! 

Hello, McDonald's!
I was lucky to be invited to the sneak preview of McDonald's latest offering-- The Flavors of Japan last February 26 and I had a blast indulging in these new products.
Available starting February 27, you can grab Japan-inspired products such as Ebi Burger (PHP133), Teriyaki Samurai Burger (PHP133), Nori Shake Shake Fries (PHP60, regular | PHP86, large) and Strawberry Sakura McFloat PHP38) at your favorite McDonald's branch. And if you want to try a bunch in one go, avail of the Sakura Meal where you get Ebi or Teriyaki Samurai Burger, regular Nori Shake Shake Fries and Strawberry Sakura McFloat for PHP206. 
If you want something rich in flavor, go for Teriyaki Samurai Burger. Saucy in every bite, you'd get that sweet and savory flavor that would keep you wanting more. (I heard that you could ask for extra sauce if you want your burger super rich!)
Ebi Burger won my heart with its snappy and crunchy texture. The battered shrimp patty has that light taste perfect for those who dislike bold flavors. It also seems to be the crowd favorite! 
Seaweed lovers would love Nori Shake Shake Fries. The powder does taste like seaweed and one could get easily hooked with this fun snack! I'll definitely grab a bag or two of this again soon!
I'm usually not fond of flavored fizzy drinks as more often than not, it taste like cough medicine. The Strawberry Sakura McFloat's not bad though. I didn't really get much of the strawberry flavor but it was still a good drink to have to complete your McDonald's Japan experience. 
McDonald's has branches nationwide.

Disclaimer: I was invited to the launch of The Flavors of Japan. Products on the display table are styled and may not be the same as the actual products served.

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