For one day only on October 7, select McDonald's locations are giving away the much anticipated, limited-edition Szechuan sauce with the purchase of the fast-food chain's new buttermilk crispy tenders. We want to know, did you get this limited sauce?
But at a list of set restaurants would ALSO have posters available starting at 2 p.m.as long as supplies lasted.
It was originally launched in 1998 to promote the Disney film Mulan, but it was only around for a few months.
Sunday, the sauce is going right back in the McDonald's vault.
In Colorado, that was three stores: one in Boulder, one in Fort Collins and one in Colorado Springs.
Apparently the Szechuan sauce never made it to Denver.
The condiment became a cultural phenomenon after it was featured during the show's Season 3 premiere in April - such a phenomenon, in fact, thatMickey D's chose to release the now-iconic sauce for one day only: October 7.
Now, of course, there appears to be a hearty Szechuan sauce black market.
Originally introduced in 1998 as a limited-time condiment coinciding with the release of the Disney movie, Mulan, the Szechuan sauce will appear in limited quantities at almost 1,000 McDonald's countrywide.
"We've got to try it", the couple said.