Updated： November 07, 2018
French Macarons At McCafes In Japan Now Permanent!
McDonald's Japan McCafe stores are now offering macarons directly imported from France as part of their regular menu! Flavours include lemon, raspberry, vanilla, and chocolate. The price is ¥150 each. Over 90 locations in Japan.
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4 Types Of Macaron at McCafe by Barista
In 2017, they were released as a special limited time offer. They got sold out so quickly that apparently McDonald's Japan just had to include them in the regular menu. The four types now available are lemon, raspberry, vanilla and chocolate. They're all imported directly from France, so the price is more expensive than what you would expect from a McDonald's menu item but still pretty reasonable at ¥150 each.
We went to try them out!
This is how they compare in size to an iphone5s.
It has a crispy outer crust, soft inner part and a creamy fruity filling that is sweet and sour. You can really taste the raspberry because it is made of real fruits. You also feel the grainy texture of the fruit too.
You'll love this one if you're a fan of the citrusy sweet taste. The lemon zing makes it a refreshing dessert, perfect for the summer.
This one is like a packed high-class chocolate cake. Goes well with a strong coffee!
The vanilla one has the highest oil content of all the four types to make it super smooth. You get a rich vanilla scent and taste guaranteed to satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth.
Have it with a cafe latte
The taste goes really well with a cafe latte that you can have either hot or cold (¥290 M, ¥250 S).
Have them for take-out too. McDonald's with McCafes are located all over Japan (90 branches). In Tokyo, they have branches near the Ebisu and Roppongi stations.
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