McDonald’s (MCD) has heard the call of its customers and is bringing back one of its famed menu items this summer as part of a nationwide rollout.

The fast-food chain is reviving its Hi-C Orange Lavaburst drink that disappeared from the menu in 2017. The item's return comes after customers petitioned the company and sent it a series of tweets and DMs begging it to bring the beverage back.

McDonald’s announced that Hi-C Orange would be back as a regular drink option on Wednesday in a series of posts on Twitter that suggested the idea was being presented to the higher-ups in a series of charts.

Twitter was quick to react to the news, with one user saying, “I would love you forever even more than I already do.” Another person said, “I can die happy now.”

Other reactions ranged from “I want it” to “fantastic” to pure disbelief, while some showed their excitement by saying, “Do it” and “Totally Rad.”

According to McDonald’s, the Hi-C Orange Lavaburst will become available in select locations starting this month and by June, participating restaurants will have it nationwide.

To find out if a local restaurant is serving up the orange drink, customers can visit and input their zip code into the Hi-C Orange tracker to find the closest location. The tracker will be updated on a weekly basis starting Feb. 15, McDonald’s said.

McDonald’s first introduced Hi-C Orange to its menu in 1955. The drink, which is produced by the Coca-Cola Company, will not be the only orange beverage to sit on McDonald’s beverage menu as the chain also serves Fanta Orange.

McDonald’s also brought back the Spicy Chicken McNuggets on Feb. 1, and the Shamrock Shake will debut again on Feb. 15, USA Today reports. The McRib was also brought back for a limited time in December after being off the menu since 2012.

Shares of McDonald's were trading at $214.14 as of 12:37 p.m EST on Wednesday, down $1.84 or 0.85%.

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