McDonalds trials cold brew at 74 San Diego stores

McDonald’s has announced it will trial serving cold brew coffee to customers at 74 of its San Diego locations in California, United States. “San Diego is a city full of coffee lovers, so it’s an ideal place to test our McCafé Cold Brew Coffee,” San Diego County McDonald’s Franchise Owner Jamie Straza says.

Alongside black cold brew, the McCafé menus will include Marble Cold Brew, which is served with an additional sweet syrup and cream. The drinks can be customised with French vanilla, caramel or hazelnut flavours. The McCafé Cold Brew Coffee is made with 100 per cent Arabica coffee beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance certified farms in Guatemala. “These 100 per cent Guatemalan coffee beans produce an extremely smooth, rich cold brew that isn’t too strong and isn’t watered down,” McDonald’s U.S. Food Innovation Manager Wayne Kuhl says. McDonald’s operates 755 independently owned restaurants in Southern California, including the cities of Bakersfield, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura. McDonald’s previously announced that the company and its franchisees are investing approximately US$390 million in California throughout 2018 and 2019 on the construction and modernisation of more than 550 McDonald’s restaurants.

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