Chick-fil-A’s peach milkshake back on Utah menu
SALT LAKE CITY– Summer is officially here with the return of Chick-fil-A’s iconic peach milkshake. The seasonal treat is back on the menu across Utah locations.
It couldn’t come at a better time than in the middle of a scorching hot week.
A sweet sign of summer: Peach Milkshake is here again.
Available for a limited time. pic.twitter.com/skq9oVPEOo
— Chick-fil-A, Inc. (@ChickfilA) June 14, 2021
“We’re excited to offer guests more variety on our menus this year, and that includes bringing back some of our seasonal favorites, like our peach milkshake,” said Beth Hefner from the Chick-fil-A Menu Development Team.
“It’s the little things like a cold treat on a warm day that makes summer so sweet, and this is one of the many reasons we are thrilled to welcome back this much-anticipated favorite.”
The peach milkshake was first introduced in 2009. It instantly became a hit and has continued to make an annual appearance on Chick-fil-A’s menu.
Utah loves a good peach milkshake
And it’s no secret Utahns love their sweet treats. Chick-fil-A noted in 2020, Salt Lake City customers drank over 1.5 million milkshakes. Overall, Salt Lake City visitors consumed more Chick-fil-A milkshakes per capita than any other area nationwide.
Utahns love milkshakes so much, the state was actually selected to pilot a new Chick-fil-A milkshakes flavor: Butterscotch Crumble.
While Utah loves milkshakes in general, Atlanta loves their Georgia Peach shakes the most. The Beehive didn’t even crack the top ten states for most sold peach milkshakes.
The peach milkshakes cost about four dollars, plus tax, and will only be around for a limited time… assuming supplies last.
So, this is your sign to treat yourself.
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