Frozen McSpider, a beverage review

A beverage review written by: Lee Sonogan

(1874) Ice cream, soft drink

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I can not believe I have not reviewed this yet. A frozen McSpider is otherwise known as an ice cream float. With two main ingredients of ice cream and a soda/soft drink, the combination of it is great on a hot day. And usually, many take-away drive-throughs sells them for one or two dollars. A simple beverage which can be made at home.

One of the best things about an ice cream float is that you can eat it in different ways. Usually, you get a spoon straw with it. You can eat the ice cream at the top. Or put the straw in right through the ice cream. Then is a combination of both when you mix it all up.

There are many variations I want to try. The origin of the ice cream float came by running out of flavoured drinks and experimenting with ice cream. In which a new drink was created. In the name, the spider part came from Australia and New Zealand. Because of the traditional chemical reaction. McDonald’s McSpider does not have this visual chemical reaction. I recommend this beverage to all people who can handle the brain freeze and the sugar.

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