You’ve seen some of the strangest Lay’s flavors, weirdest Doritos flavors, Pepsi flavors, weirdest Pizza Hut items, and strangest Pringles flavors from around the world, but now that summer is here (for some of us), why not cool down with a nice cool McDonalds McFlurry? If you’ve always wondered what kind of specialty flavors they serve up around the world, Singapore’s durian – strong odored fruit from southeast Asia – is one of them. Continue reading to see them all.

The McFlurry was first integrated in the menu at a Bathurst, New-Brunswick, Canada franchisee in 1997. The flavors are crushed Oreo, M&M’s Minis, Mars, Incorporated candy bars like Snickers, Twix, Galaxy etc. Cadbury’s candy bars like Twirl, Wispa, Creme Egg, Crunchie etc. Nestle candy bars like Yorkie, Smarties, Drifter, Rolo, Butterfinger, Kellogs Hello Kitty Snacks, Phillies etc. McDonald’s also does limited time only flavors e.g. for Shrek 3 it released the Ogre-Load flavor.

In Australia they had a special range for their 40 years in Australia cerebration the flavors were double choc fudge, bubblegum squash, strawberry crumble and caramel cookie. Also in Malaysia a unique flavor called FuseofmyLife is offered to customers. The mixing blade for the dessert is actually a specially designed spoon with a hollow handle that attaches to the mixer spindle. The blade is used once then given to the customer to use to eat the product. Originally test marketed in Hawaii in 1997, it is now available in most of its market.

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