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Mad Mex taps DoorDash to launch new limited-time offer

The new menu is a spicier cousin of the Spicy Yucatan Chicken.

Mad Mex and DoorDash have entered into a partnership to exclusively launch the new limited-edition menu item, the Fiery Yucatan Fiesta Burrito.

The burrito is made with a Regular Tortilla, Brown Rice, Black Beans, Spicy Yucatan Chicken, two servings of Picante (Spicy) Salsa, Sour Cream, Pico de Gallo, Lettuce and Jalapeno Pickles and is the spicier cousin of the Spicy Yucatan Chicken.

The burrito will also come with a waiver for those who want to try to take on the challenge.

The partnership will also launch a buy one get one promo until 25 August. 

Following the huge success of the launch, Mad Mex wanted to give more spice lovers the chance to try the Fiery Yucatan Fiesta Burrito and is offering customers a range of hot deals that are too good to miss.

The Fiery Yucatan Fiesta Burrito will be exclusively available via DoorDash and the Mad Mex app.

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