McDonald's fans go crazy for 'genius' menu hack for creamy iced coffee


[17-04-2021 01:41 PM]

Ammon News - A man took to TikTok to share a creamy iced coffee drink that's gone viral in South Korea and Malaysia in a video that has been viewed almost 60,000 times - and foodies were in love.

If the viral Korean Dalgona coffee trend was right up your street, you'll want to give this a go.

A McDonald's fan has revealed how you can recreate the creamy tasting iced coffee by ordering two items off the menu.

Australian foodie Adrian has racked up more than 67,000 followers on TikTok, where he's known as @adrianwidjy, for sharing must-see places to visit in Sydney.

But it's his McDonald's hack that's got everyone talking.

Adrian learned about the tasty treat, which has been dubbed the "McBassett" after the South Korean coffeehouse chain Paul Bassett, after it went viral in South Korea and Malaysia, he explained.

In the video that has been viewed more than 58,000 times, Adrian can be seen ordering an iced latte and an ice-cream cone.

With the goods supplied, he removes the lid from the coffee and dunks the entire ice-cream cone into it.

He said: "So I saw this going viral in Korea and Malaysia. I thought I'd give it a go. Basically, it's an iced latte and soft serve dunked in - and it's so good.

"It's a must-try McDonald's hack."

Since being posted, the video has racked up almost 4,800 likes and 100 comments from viewers who were eager to try it for themselves.

One person said: "We literally did this last night with the frappe and McFlurry."

Another joked: "Heading to Maccas."

"Omggg that's genius," said a third.

Whilst someone else put: "Maybe just the latte with a plain sundae? Deffo gonna try now."

*MIRROR






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