Review: McDonald’s Caramilk Hokey Pokey McFlurry

The McDonald's Cadbury Caramilk Hokey Pokey McFlurry. Catchy name, but is it any better than the first Caramilk attempt? In short, no.
The problem with the original was that the Caramilk flavour disappeared into the ice cream. This time, it's all about the sensation of crunching on honeycomb pieces; unfortunately they are mostly flavourless too. I didn't seem to get any sauce, either...
Once the ice cream started to soften it was like eating really sweet, crunchy cereal  I was offered chocolate soft serve which would probably have been better from a flavour perspective, although still kinda pointless ?
The Shelf Life verdict: ?????

The McDonald’s Cadbury Caramilk Hokey Pokey McFlurry. Catchy name, but is it any better than the first Caramilk attempt? In short, no.

The problem with the original was that the Caramilk flavour disappeared into the ice cream. This time, it’s all about the sensation of crunching on honeycomb pieces; unfortunately they are mostly flavourless too. I didn’t seem to get any sauce, either…

Once the ice cream started to soften it was like eating really sweet, crunchy cereal ? I was offered chocolate soft serve which would probably have been better from a flavour perspective, although still kinda pointless ?

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The Shelf Life verdict

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Martin

Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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  • The author seems disappointed with the McDonald’s Cadbury Caramilk Hokey Pokey McFlurry, finding that the honeycomb pieces lacked flavor and that the Caramilk flavor didn’t come through well. They also note that the chocolate soft serve might have been a better option. Overall, it seems like the McFlurry didn’t live up to expectations.

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