COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Some McDonald’s customers can pick up new Big Mac sandwich starting Wednesday.
The fast food chain announced a new Sriracha Big Mac will only be available in the central Ohio market.
“There’s no doubt that the Big Mac is a legend and a great-tasting burger with hints of pickle relish, mustard, garlic and onions,” said McDonald’s Chef Mike Haracz. “We’re always trying new creations and we wanted to innovate with an on-trend flavor like Sriracha to give our customers in Columbus a new and exciting taste.”
The new Big Mac will feature Sriracha in the famous burger’s sauce.
McDonald’s will also offer consumers the option to order the Sriracha Big Mac sauce a la carte as a spicy and savory dipping sauce for McNuggets and their fries. Customers will now be able to customize any item on the menu with spicy sriracha until the end of 2016 at participating locations, according to the burger chain.
Central Ohio is the only market that will be featuring the new burger. The region will gather valuable feedback from consumers to determine whether the sandwich will expand to restaurants nationwide.