Swirl World: 9 Cool McFlurry Flavors You Can’t Get Here

Milo Supreme McFlurry – Malaysia

McDonald's Milo Supreme McFlurry(images via: ImageShack and Facebook/McDonald’s Malaysia)

Milo Minderbinder? Sorry, wrong Milo and there’s no Catch-22 involved. The Milo used to create Malaysia’s mouthwatering Milo Supreme McFlurry is a chocolaty, malty powder invented in Australia back in 1934 and immensely popular in southeast Asia and Oceania today. Mixed with water and/or milk to make a beverage or as the main ingredient in a namesake Nestlé-branded chocolate bar, Milo has hooked up with McDonald’s to branch out into new taste territories.

Baci McFlurry – Italy

McDonald's Baci McFlurry Italy Cucina Prima Donna(image via: La Cucina Prima Donna)

Italian confectionery company Perugina introduced Americans to their signature Baci chocolate & hazelnut truffles at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Now McDonald’s is returning the favor with the Baci McFlurry, a delectable dessert composed of chocolate soft-serve ice cream studded with chopped hazelnuts.

McDonald's Baci McFlurry Italy(images via: Fotka.pl and Dimmi Cosa Cerchi)

“Un vortice di gelato” is what’s printed on the outside of these Italy-only McFlurry cups and a frozen tornado of ice cream pretty much describes what you get on the inside. Unlike Perugina’s classic Baci chocolates, one doesn’t have to unwrap a Baci McFlurry but on the downside, the candy’s famous multilingual love poem isn’t included.

Chocolate Fudge Brownie McFlurry – Ireland

McDonald's Chocolate Fudge Brownie McFlurry(image via: McDonald’s Clare)

The Chocolate Fudge Brownie McFlurry from McDonald’s Ireland showcases the “Great Tastes Of America”, which is more than a little ironic considering you can’t get the Chocolate Fudge Brownie McFlurry in America. The local gals and Gaels can’t buy Lucky Charms cereal in Ireland, though, so consider us even.