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And here we go again; another McDonald’s limited time-only offering. McDonald’s might have just pulled down the coconut soft-serve in tandem with the return of the Hershey’s soft-serve recently, but in a strange turn of events, the coconut seems to have be living on in its dessert menu for a while more — the Cocoa-Nut Pie being their latest limited time-only pie creation that has released earlier this week alongside other limited time-only items such as that of the Sweet BBQ McSpicy and Grapefruit McFizz as well. The Cocoa-Nut Pie is probably McDonald’s cheesiest-sounding pie offering to-date at least for us; we hadn’t heard much about McDonald’s releasing a new item they had such a blatant wordplay in its namesake — the name being a combination of Cocoa and Coconut which describes the two elements that are featured in the Cocoa-Nut Pie.

For those who recall anything or two about the Chocolate Pie, we would say that the crust is pretty much the same that is being used for the Chocolate Pie — one that comes with a dark brown hue that suggests some form of infusion of chocolate here. The pie crust is that slightly softer, but still crispy pastry shell that we recall from the standard one that comes with the Apple Pie — pretty much the same consistent with the one that came with the Chocolate Pie in the past. That being said, the relation between the entire pie and the word “cocoa” stops right there; filled with coconut cream within, it does set our minds thinking about two things — one being whether this was another application for the coconut elements that they have had from the coconut soft-serve not too long ago, and the second being whether they were contending with Burger King on who can come up with the “dirtier” pie. Whilst we have no idea how Burger King didn’t realise that making an order for a “Kimchi Pie” would probably induce a totally unintentional odd and embarrassing situation at the counter, the contrast of the dark pie and that white coconut filling for McDonald’s Cocoa-Nut Pie wasn’t anywhere quite better. Anyhoo, the filling does carry a thick consistency similar to that of their Apple Pie; the only difference here being how the filling does perfume of a light and somewhat refreshing hint of coconut that lingers around the tastebuds, whilst also coming with cubes of Nata de Coco for a contrast of textures. We wouldn’t say that the Cocoa-Nut Pie is a must-try; the two elements doesn’t seem to really intermingle here with the cocoa merely being an infusion to the pastry shell without much flavoural impact, though it doesn’t quite harm for those whom are genuinely curious to give it a go.

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didnt like itđź«  thought it was too sweet

Always have been quite into the new soft-serve flavours which McDonald’s release on a limited time-only basis, so we were pretty stoked when we first heard of McDonald’s releasing the Watermelon soft-serve line-up following the return of the Lotus Biscoff McFlurry that was the last seasonal dessert right before this. For those whom are unaware, the Watermelon soft-serve series includes the Watermelon Cone, Watermelon Twist Cone (the half-on-half swirl with the original Vanilla soft-serve in the Vanilla Cone), the Watermelon McFlurry and the Watermelon Hot Fudge Sundae.

Wanting to try the Watermelon soft-serve as-is, we found ourselves opting for the Watermelon Cone — pretty much the same as what we would have done for all the limited time-only soft serve flavours that we had tried thus far. The Watermelon soft-serve comes paired with the standard cone that would have accompanied the usual Vanilla Cone; the Watermelon soft-serve also coming with a pink hue which one could easily assume that it is a flavour that comes with strawberry elements. Going straight for the soft-serve, the Watermelon Cone is one of those better made limited time-only specials till date; based on the intensity of the watermelon flavours, we do feel that the flavours are likely to have come from flavourings. That being said, the starting notes of the soft-serve features a very crisp and refreshing note of watermelon that also carried a suitable level of sweetness — some would call it “sorbet-like” considering how its not too heavily creamy despite the milky base that goes into the making of the soft-serve.

Overall, the Watermelon Cone does seem to be one of the more promising soft-serve ice-cream flavours that the Golden Arches had released — perhaps not to the degree like the Yubari Melon Cone and the Houjicha Cone previously that we had found ourselves having quite a liking for. Nonetheless, we would prefer the Watermelon Cone to other soft-serve creations such as that of the HERSHEY’S line-up and the Matcha Cone which we have lesser of an inclination to. Given how the Watermelon Cone is making its very first appearance on McDonald’s menu, we would think that the Watermelon Cone is definitely worth a try to see if it would be something to suit one’s fancy.


This was quite exciting. Only McDonald's would take on something as atas as Yubari melons. We unanimously approved it. It tasted really like melon (we cannot afford Yubari melons) with just a bit off in the aftertaste, which is understandable.

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Had to make my way to McDonald's for this — after all its pretty rare for the fast food giant to come up with something as hipster as this without being all too cheesy at the same time.

The soft-serve comes pretty smooth and creamy; does not melt too quickly and a little more dense than the usual vanilla soft-serve — carried a light hint of earth unless amongst the sweetness that replicates sweet potato somewhat. Overall, not a bad take on a sweet potato dessert, especially considering its a fast food chain's attempt on doing something different without being too over-the-top.


This Yuan Yang Coffee Milk Tea is not too bad, just that perhaps the balance is more skewed towards milk tea.