Quarter Pounder-Scented Candles to be Sold at McDonald’s

Quarter pounder-scented candles will soon be coming to a McDonald’s near you.

We all want to relax in our homes, and we also love the express dining we experience in fast food. But what if those two things are combined? Is it intriguing? Is it confusing? Might be both, I might say.

You might be thinking, the smell you get from entering a fast-food chain, but that’s not the case. If by chance scent you are looking for comes from a “Quarter pounder with cheese” then McDonald’s would be offering something special for you.

Earlier McDonald’s announced that they will be selling candles that smell like the ingredients of a quarter pounder burger. How would they do that though? The popular franchise will be offering ketchup, onions, pickles, cheese, sesame seed bun and, ‘100% Beef” scented candles.

Surprisingly, people on social media are already asking when and where can they purchase.

“We’re also celebrating a community that truly shares a love for the Quarter Pounder. On February 26, we will be honoring one lucky city that takes their fandom for the Quarter Pounder to new heights. To pay tribute, we’ll be unveiling a larger-than-life monument of this iconic burger. Just how big? Imagine a bronze statue so memorable that the sesame seeds on the bun are more than 20 times the size you experience on the delicious Quarter Pounder.” According to the franchise’s press release.

They continued: “For nearly 50 years the Quarter Pounder burger has been a crave-able and delicious fan favorite. We know love is always in the air for our die-hard burger enthusiasts, so we launched the Quarter Pounder Fan Club to give everyone a tangible way to publicly display their affection for the hot and deliciously juicy 100% fresh beef Quarter Pounder.”

But that’s not just what McDonald’s will be offering, there’s also limited-edition merchandise that will include calendars, mittens, and even heart-shaped lockets.

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