Fast food adds a trendy condiment.

By Jess McHugh
November 15, 2016
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McDonald's is testing its latest creation, and it promises to have a kick. It's the sriracha Big Mac.

The fast food chain announced that it would be serving a take on its signature dish by incorporating the popular Thai condiment for a limited time. The specialty burger will be available in restaurants in Columbus, Ohio, local news outlets reported. McDonald’s frequently tests its new creations in Columbus.

The sandwich incorporates sriracha into McDonald's special sauce, and the fast food giant already tested the dipping sauce in San Diego, Seattle, and Los Angeles earlier this year, BuzzFeed News reported.

“This is a milestone for McDonald’s,” a spokesperson for the company told BuzzFeed News.

The announcement of the sriracha Big Mac came after the fast food chain unveiled its decision to offer a larger and a smaller version of the sandwich, called the Grand Mac and Mac Jr. respectively, for several months in 2017.