Burger King’s Halloween Whopper Review


Thought I would write a small fast post of we had for dinner last night as I watched the beginning of the Dever Broncos game. Deb saw a BK commercial during the morning hours promoting their Halloween Whopper that has a black bun that is infused with A1 sauce.

One funny note: As the girl was ringing the order up, I noticed on the cash register the abbreviation for this Halloween Whopper was Halo. I immediately thought of Microsoft’s Halo Game, I softly mentioned this to Deb and the young girl got slightly confused for a second and added something else to our order.

Breakdown:
Pros:
Was good yet weird to see a black bun.
The flavor very tasty yet different when it came to the bun.
The bun tasted like Pumpernickel or some other type of Rye bread.

The official description:
The sandwich is described as:

“A ¼ lb. of savory flame-grilled beef topped with melted American cheese, ripe tomatoes, crisp iceberg lettuce, creamy mayonnaise, A.1. Thick and Hearty Sauce, crunchy pickles, and sliced white onions on a soft sesame seed bun with A.1. flavor baked into the bun.”
http://fox8.com/2015/09/28/burger-king-introduces-the-halloween-whopper-in-the-u-s/

Cons:
The only thing crunchy on mine was the onions.
While most of us remember fond memories of eating certain candies in our youth that turned our tunges a certain color, as an adult it may produce other emotions.
Deb’s bottom teeth turned a slight dingy dense light black grayish color while mine being made of plastic left a deeper color easily seen. After a little time had passed, I started to get an after-taste from my top plate.

 

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