Burger King Is Testing A Hershey Pie Shake. Here's How To Try It

For many fast-food chains, it's the summer of the sandwich. Whataburger is celebrating the season's arrival with a Pico de Gallo Whatachick'n Sandwich. Shake Shack is also joining the fast food chicken sandwich war with a Hot Honey Chicken Sandwich. Sonic is getting in on the July holiday weekend release party, too, unveiling a Crave Burger with extra melty cheese and a sweet and tangy secret sauce.

Burger King, on the other hand, acknowledges that it's really hot outside. While diners might want to start their summer meals with savory sandwiches, they'll likely want to finish them with something cool for dessert. In response, the burger chain is testing The Hershey Pie Shake, a cold, creamy, chocolaty concoction that features one of its cult-favorite desserts. The milkshake available at select locations in Miami, Florida, only, Chew Boom reports, and may be sold at additional Burger King locations at a later date depending on the market's response.

What goes in a Hershey Pie Shake?

If you've ever tried Burger King's Hershey's Sundae Pie, you'll already have an idea of what it might taste like in a milkshake. Each slice has one part crunchy chocolate crust, one part chocolate crème filling, and finishing touches of whipped cream and Hershey's chocolate chips, Burger King's website says. Some Redditors say it's among the best and most underrated fast-food desserts, and Grub Street calls it "a goddess pie" that "can satisfy cravings you didn't know you had."

The Hershey Pie Shake, Chew Boom reports, blends Burger King's signature vanilla soft serve with its Hershey's Sundae Pie and is topped with yet more whipped cream. Is your system ready for chocolate? If you don't live in Miami, you can fake the shake at home. Redditors say the Hershey's Sundae Pie is available whole at Walmart and other grocery stores — track one down, buzz it up with vanilla ice cream, and beat the rest of the country to trying a new Burger King treat.