Get ready, America! McDonald’s is about to unleash an unprecedented sensation…

Get ready, America! McDonald’s is about to unleash an Aussie sensation right onto your taste buds, and the excitement is off the charts!

The fast-food giant just announced that the Double Big Mac, a beloved favorite from the Australian McDonald’s menu, will soon be gracing the U.S. stores starting January 24th. Aussies have been savoring this massive burger since March 2020, and now, it’s finally America’s turn to dive into what McDonald’s aptly describes as “double the deliciousness.”

Fast-food fans in the Northern Hemisphere are in for a real treat, as this gigantic burger is bound to take their taste buds on an unforgettable journey. Down Under, McDonald’s enthusiasts have been relishing in this hefty creation, boasting four beef patties smothered in the iconic Big Mac sauce for quite some time now.

The news of the Double Big Mac’s arrival has sparked a flurry of reactions. While some are eagerly awaiting the chance to sink their teeth into this epic sandwich, others are quick to label it as “over-the-top.” One enthusiastic American even declared on Facebook, “I’m definitely indulging in one of those, even if I feel a bit guilty afterwards. But hey, it’s worth every bite!” Comments like “Count me in!” and “I’ll take three, please!” showcase the anticipation building among fast-food aficionados.

Meanwhile, over on Twitter, the buzz is just as intense, with users expressing their excitement for this supersized delight. However, not everyone is on board with the idea of introducing such a “gigantic” burger to Americans, especially considering the nation’s ongoing concerns about obesity. Critics argue that perhaps the rest of the world has a point in their views about Americans needing a burger that could potentially contribute to weight issues.

The Double Big Mac, featuring pickles, lettuce, onions, and American cheese, all sandwiched between a sesame seed bun, has already made waves in several countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the UK. Some users even noted its availability in Canada, with one commenting, “You can get this in Canada, and it’s absolutely amazing,” while another from the UK chimed in, “I’m from the UK, and we’ve got these here too!”

This colossal burger, boasting a hefty 680 calories, may also come with a substantial price tag. Reports suggest that it could cost diners upwards of $20, following McDonald’s decision to hike prices by 14 percent in the U.S. during the third quarter of 2023. With some branches charging as much as $18 for a Big Mac combo meal, including medium fries and a medium soft drink, this burger is once again stealing the spotlight after its brief appearance in the U.S. market back in 2020, where it garnered rave reviews.

While Australians are no strangers to enjoying classic McDonald’s burgers in “double” sizes, such as the “Double Quarter Pounder,” “Double McChicken,” and “Double Fillet-O-Fish,” Americans are gearing up for an epic journey that is sure to make waves in the fast-food landscape.