All three sandwiches are crafted with shredded lettuce, signature Big Mac sauce and melty cheese.
The Sriracha Big Mac will be tested at 126 locations in central OH from now through the end of the year, and if the test goes well, McDonald's could start offering it nationwide, the company said.
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Now McDonald's is testing a Sriracha Big Mac in the Columbus, Ohio area in its latest attempt to pep up sales of its most famous sandwich. So don't screw this one up, Ohio. McDonald's has been adapting and changing the menu to suit the wants and needs of customers, so this new burger variation shouldn't come as much of a surprise. The sandwiches feature the traditional Big Mac sauce mixed with a kick of the Thai pepper-and-garlic sauce.
Becca Harry, a McDonald's spokeswoman, has called the move a 'milestone for McDonald's'. MCD also tested out siracha sauce earlier this year in Southern California and Seattle.
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The twist on the iconic burger allows customers to enjoy the great Big Mac flavor in a junior and grand size.
It is now being tested in 126 restaurants across Columbus, Ohio.
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"We carefully created the Grand Mac and Mac Jr.to innovate on the classic Big Mac", said McDonald's Chef Mike Haracz.