McDonald's have released their all-new Christmas menu featuring the epic double Big Mac. 

If you needed something to spirits in time after this year, then look no further as McDonald’s have released their all-new Christmas menu. 

The festive menu launches in restaurants and on UberEATS and Just Eat next Wednesday, November 18, and is available for a limited time only. 

Launching new products in the wake of the coronavirus, McDonald’s have taken an indulgent spin on an absolute classic and doubled up the magic.

A must-have for Big Mac fans, the new double has four 100% beef patties, a slice of cheese, lettuce, onion,  pickles and of course their signature Big Mac sauce. 

The double Big Mac medium meal costs £5.69 with a drink and fries or salad. 

But that’s not all the fast-food giant have released in time for Christmas. 

Taking you to sunny climes, McDonald’s have released an all new Jamaican jerk chicken sandwich meal for £5.69. 

Cumberland & Westmorland Gazette:

The McDonald's crispy jerk chicken burger (image - McDonald's). 

The sandwich has two pieces of crispy chicken with a spicy jerk sausage, Beechwood smoked bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, onion and lettuce all within a sourdough bun.

What could be better than chowing down a whole tin of Celebrations over the festive period? 

Perhaps a Celebrations McFlurry (£1.39), boasting all of our favourite chocolate treats including Maltesers clusters, Galaxy chocolate drops, Caramel pieces, Mars Nuggets and Twix biscuits, topped with a milk chocolate sauce. 

Cumberland & Westmorland Gazette:

The famous McFlurry's been given festive makeover (image - McDonald's). 

Additional new menu items include a salted caramel latte (£1.69)  and the return of the popular cheese melt dippers for £1.79.

The tangy camembert dippers are now available to share with your loved ones as McDonald’s have introduced a cheese melt dippers share box for £4.79. 

In line with Government guidance, social distancing and safety measures at restaurants remain in place. 

This includes hand sanitiser at every entrance for delivery couriers and dine-in and takeaway customers, table-service and contact tracing for customers who dine-in, and carefully managing the number of customers and crew inside each restaurant.