The fans are McLovin’ it.
McDonald’s is reportedly bringing back the fan-favorite Oreo Frappé for a limited time in the spring and summer, according to the Fast Food Post.
The chocolate drink will be available starting May 17 at select locations, the website said.
The fast food giant has yet to officially confirm the drink’s return.
The Post has reached out to McDonald’s for comment.
The frozen drink was described by one outlet as “dessert in a cup.”
“A refreshing confection made from mocha, a touch of coffee, and Oreo cookie pieces,” the item’s product description reads. “Mixed with ice and then hand topped with whipped cream and a few more Oreo cookie bits for good measure.”
Clocking in at 460 calories for a mini-size Frappé, the drink was discontinued in 2015.
A McDonald’s general manager told the Fast Food Post that some participating locations will receive “a whole Oreo cookie, and it even comes with a blue scoop so you can serve it like sundae.”
Several Twitter users were also very excited to hear about the return of Oreo Frappé.
“Oreo frappe sounds on,” tweeted an user
“As long as it tastes like years ago, I’ll have one several days a week,” exclaimed another.
“Patiently waiting for @McDonalds to launch the Oreo Frappé”, tweeted a third person
Other social media users were less thrilled with the announcement.
“I went into this thinking it was snack wrappers, but it’s a silly Oreo Frappé,” struck an user
“McDonald’s isn’t making a ‘big announcement’ and it’s just the Oreo Frappé… I thought the Southwestern salad was coming back.” chided other.
The return of the caffeinated drink is one of several changes to the Golden Arches menu.
In 2022, the fast food company announced that the popular McRib sandwich, which debuted in Kansas City in 1981, would briefly reappear on the menu as part of its “farewell tour” before being discontinued for good.
Despite facing a spate of online leaks about how its food is prepared, McDonald’s recently announced it will revamp its iconic burger to make it juicier with softer buns, stickier cheese and more onions and sauce.
The news also comes as the restaurant chain was forced to lay off hundreds of employees at its corporate offices and cut pay and benefits for others.