McDonald’s China has released a limited-time Spam Oreo burger for the holidays.
The Spam Oreo burger will be available starting Dec. 21 for 13.14 Chinese yuan ($2). McDonald’s China will only make 400,000 of the burgers. The sandwich will come with two slices of Spam slathered with mayo and drizzled with Oreo crumbs.
Here’s what people are saying online:
McDonalds China is introducing a new Oreo x Spam burger on December 21. There will be 400,000 produced and sold.
(Look, I saw this so you have to see it too. Sorry, that’s how it works). pic.twitter.com/QCiog64wAY
— Daniel Ahmad (@ZhugeEX) December 18, 2020
is this mayo or oreo cream and which would be worse pic.twitter.com/g5IMMVUcE5
— paige🐇 (@EldritchPencil) December 19, 2020
Why would you crumble up the Oreos instead of just tossing an Oreo Big Stuf on the thing? Big miss there, McDonald’s. pic.twitter.com/JWAlz86phR
— Phil Theobald (@WhimsicalPhil) December 18, 2020
It isn’t too different from this KFC donuts sandwich sold in US ahahhah pic.twitter.com/eClBBW8T8R
— Jester (@jester_646) December 19, 2020
That definitely happens! I learned of it myself when someone suggested dipping my fries in a Wendy’s Frosty; it hits that salty-sweet combo that isn’t too bad
— Catie L. (@caethulhu) December 18, 2020
Feels like someone went through a break up, and just went crazy on McDonalds and Oreos while watching Iqiyi.
Next day at the office: How about McDoreo?
— Dimitri Vallette (@GodBlessMali) December 18, 2020
does it have pickles?
— Portland Pickles (@picklesbaseball) December 18, 2020
Mixing Sweets & meat? Eugh…gross…
This is just destined to fail. pic.twitter.com/aR9mUfUm6b
— Railfan #1 🎄🎁❄️ (@1_railfan) December 19, 2020
Top Weibo Comment: If there’s no reason to come out with a new product, don’t introduce a new one
— Jake (@jake_northwest) December 19, 2020
Feature Image via McDonald’s China