Now that St. Patrick’s Day is over, is there time to grab a McDonald’s favorite Shamrock Shake? Or do mint treats last a little longer?
McDonald’s rolled out the Shamrock Shake in late February a few weeks before St. Patrick’s Day, just as the chain has done for years. This structured shake has been a spring staple since its introduction in 1970.
The end date for this Shamrock Shake has not been officially announced. McDonald’s said it will only be available at participating restaurants nationwide for a limited time, as long as supplies last.Shamrock his shakes typically finish around St. Patrick’s Day. If supplies aren’t already in short supply at your local McDonald’s, they might be available beyond the holidays.
The Shamrock Shake wasn’t the only limited-time offering this year. The Oreo Shamrock McFleurie, featuring crushed Oreo blended soft serve and Shamrock Shake Syrup, is also back on the menu.
McDonald’s also hasn’t specified an end date for the Oreo Shamrock McFlurry, but said it will be available at participating locations as long as supplies continue.