McDonald's Finally Brings Back Its Festive Coffee Drink

Most fast-food chains start bringing back or introducing new holiday drinks and sweets early. Starbucks and Dunkin' rereleased the Chestnut 

Praline and Toasted White Mocha in early November, while Wendy's and Chick-Fil-A launched peppermint-inspired sweets in December.

Espresso, steamed milk (whole or nonfat), peppermint chocolate syrup, whipped cream, and additional syrup top the Peppermint Mocha

But don't worry if you don't like coffee. In some regions, the Peppermint Hot Chocolate is steamed milk with peppermint chocolate syrup topped 

This Christmas drink returned to McDonald's at the start of December every year except 2019, when it didn't. McDonald's late 2020 and 2022 

To celebrate this day, people have been tweeting how much they miss this seasonal drink. One user said, "Why don't you do peppermint mocha 

anymore? You had the best 😭," while another asked, "What's the Peppermint Hot Chocolate/Mocha situation this year @McDonalds?

Another thing to remember is that McDonald's Peppermint Mocha Latte costs $2-3, while Starbucks' small one costs over $6.

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