McDonald's Is Adding An All-New Breakfast Sauce To Its Lineup

McDonald's sauces are listed in excess of 800 categories on eBay as of this writing.

Auctions are currently underway for a variety of items, including a solitary unsealed "McRib Sauce Pouch" that ceased to be functional at the end of May and a limited-edition Szechuan sauce as well as Saweetie-themed Sweet and Sour packets.

You can find out for yourself on Monday, October 9, when they arrive at your preferred McDonald's location whether McDonald's two new condiments will eventually be marketable on eBay. 

The brand has introduced its Sweet & Spicy Jam, a tangy red pepper condiment. It is composed of cayenne pepper, apple cider vinegar, and a "tongue-numbing Szechuan peppercorn kick," according to a press release.

Designed to complement McMuffins, Bacon Egg and Cheese biscuits, and Hash Browns, this is the first breakfast-inspired dipping sauce from the fast food behemoth. 

Additionally, it complements McNuggets and an off-menu McBrunch sandwich, should you wish to infuse your 10:35 a.m. order with a touch of spice. 

Inspired by the most popular condiment in Washington, D.C., the second new item is McDonald's Mambo Sauce, a blend of spices and vinegar used to season hot wings, fried rice, and seafood. 

McD's states explicitly that its mambo sauce was inspired by the version found in Buffalo, New York, although Buffalo, New York, also has a valid claim to the dish. 

McDonald's USA chief marketing and customer experience officer Tariq Hassan says the corporation draws inspiration from local flavors and tastes.

Although McDonald's has not publicly disclosed whether these sauces are permanent additions to the menu or limited editions, many of its previous sauces were only available for a brief period of time.

The popular Big Mac Sauce cups came and went between late April and mid-May. If you want to try their new Sweet & Spicy Jam and Mambo Sauce, visit soon.

 Neglecting to consider the threshold of expiration for a sauce sachet would force you to aimlessly peruse eBay. 

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