Will McDonald's Bring Back the Grimace Shake? Fans Demand Return of Popular Drink

On June 12, Grimace, the iconic McDonaldland mascot, threw the ceremonial first pitch at a New York Mets game at Citi Field in Queens, New York. On June 12, 2023, McDonald’s introduced the Grimace Birthday Shake, a vanilla and berry-flavored beverage, in a marketing campaign that showcased the beloved purple character in various birthday party settings. The shake quickly went viral on TikTok, capturing widespread attention.
McDonald's Grimace Shake

McDonald's Grimace Shake - Fans Crave A Comeback.

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On June 12, Grimace, the iconic McDonaldland mascot, threw the ceremonial first pitch at a New York Mets game at Citi Field in Queens, New York. This appearance has sparked online speculation among fans that this event was organized to celebrate Grimace’s birthday.
On June 12, 2023, McDonald’s introduced the Grimace Birthday Shake, a vanilla and berry-flavored beverage, in a marketing campaign that showcased the beloved purple character in various birthday party settings. The shake quickly went viral on TikTok, capturing widespread attention. Despite its popularity, the Grimace Birthday Shake has not reappeared on McDonald’s USA menus this year, leaving fans questioning its place in the chain's product lineup, according to Today.com.
Fans have expressed their desire for the shake's return on social media, Today.com reported. Comments such as, "My daughter was under the impression the Grimace Shake was back. It’s not, yet," and, "It’s Grimace's birthday, drop the shake Ronald," reflect the public's longing for the drink.
“The Grimace shake TikTok trend was one of my all time favorite social media moments,” remarked another on X.
“My daughter was under the impression the grimace shake was back. It’s not, yet,” added another netizen wanting the return of the drink.
McDonald's Canada declared on May 13 that the Grimace Shake will be offered for a brief period of time at certain locations, whereas McDonald's USA has not confirmed the shake's comeback, Today.com reports.
Wendy's, a rival, unveiled a new limited-edition Triple Berry Frosty on June 12 while McDonald's USA has not commented on the Grimace Shake's comeback. This might be a calculated move meant to draw in clients looking for a summertime treat with a berry taste.
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