Food | Feb 07

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TOKYO, Feb 07 (News On Japan) - McDonald's Japan Ltd. has revamped its "Premium Roast Coffee" (hot), introducing a new blend that promises a bold intensity paired with a clean finish. The company will launch a new nationwide TV commercial titled "Conversation of the Heart" starting February 13th.

The new coffee aims to provide customers with a more satisfying experience, enhancing the richness and depth of flavor that coffee enthusiasts have come to expect from McDonald's. With a focus on quality, the new Premium Roast Coffee is a testament to the company's commitment to improving its offerings in line with consumer tastes.

The upcoming TV commercial, "Conversation of the Heart," features popular actor Ryuhei Matsuda, known for his compelling performances and charismatic presence. The commercial is expected to draw attention not only to the improved coffee but also to McDonald's ongoing efforts to connect with customers on a more personal level.

McDonald's Japan's move to update its coffee selection is part of a broader trend in the fast-food industry, where companies are increasingly focusing on their beverage options to attract a wider range of customers. By enhancing its coffee, McDonald's aims to compete more effectively in the morning market, where a quick and satisfying cup of coffee is a daily necessity for many.

The new Premium Roast Coffee is available at McDonald's outlets across Japan, inviting patrons to start their day with a reinvigorated and flavorful coffee experience.

Source: Oricon


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