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McFlurry caramel macchiato

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McDonald's Japan will release a new flurry product featuring Nestle's Kit Kat chocolate. McFlurry Caramel Macchiato is a flurry with soft cream and crushed Kit Kat blended with espresso and caramel sauce. The new product will be available from Sept 19.

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"Kit Kat"

Never did like that.

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Mickey D's could have used a better pic than that one. It looks like a scoop of what those drunk sarariman deposit on the station platform...

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I am SO Making this when i go back to work! Except without the kit-kats :( We only have Oreo and M&M's....but we have espresso and caramel on hand! PAAARRRTTTTYYY!

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I'd rather have the basic Oreo one. Or a caramel sundae would also be nice.

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Great, now there will be longer lines at Mc'Ds.

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"McFlurry Caramel stimulates my salivary glands"

That should keep them occupied for one lesson at least.

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Nessie: LOL <and I do not LOL easily>

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"McFlurry caramel"? Glad they picked something easy for Japanese to pronounce.

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Those Scots have a way with coffee.

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Macchiato is an Italian word, meaning "marked" or "stained". It is frequently used to refer to two separate coffee drinks.

Starbucks didn't create it, they just threw caramel in front of it.

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a bit too late as the autumn is near eh??

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How are they able to use "Caramel Macchiato" ? Starbucks invented that name.

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It sounds like something a 4 year old would make for breakfast.

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Wow! I wish I lived in Japan and could enjoy this delicious frozen confectionary!

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then they probably need a diet anyway

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sounds disgusting

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This feature was brought to you in association with McDonalds. We're rabbin' it!

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