McDonald's Japan Godiva frappe
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McDonald’s Japan now offers a Godiva chocolate frappe

Available now for a limited time at McCafe by Barista

Lim Chee Wah

Chocolate always brings on the holiday mood, and you can now get a rich, creamy, chocolatey pick-me-up at McCafé by Barista

This is the fast food restaurant’s first collaboration with premium Belgain chocolate brand Godiva, and it comes in the form of a decadent frappe. The ice-blended Godiva Chocolate Espresso Frappe (¥540) has a total of four chocolate ingredients. Cocoa powder and a toasty espresso-infused dark chocolate sauce are first blended with milk and then topped with a chocolate whipped cream swirl and a glossy couverture sauce that’s made with 54 percent Belgian chocolate.

If you’re looking to reward yourself even more, add on a vanilla cream macaron for just ¥100. Go on, treat yourself. This limited-time item is available at selected McCafé outlets across Japan starting today – and it won’t be here for long.

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