McDonald’s Japan Halloween black burger

1 Oct


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It’s been just over a week since the release of Burger King’s two pitch-black hamburgers, which might have left some fast food fans in a bit of a bind. On the one hand, they’re definitely eye-catching and intriguing, but their buns owe (and cheese) their sinister shade to an infusion of bamboo charcoal.

While it’s perfectly edible, we imagine some people are just a tad averse to eating charcoal. So if your palate isn’t quite that wide, but you’re still adventurous enough to eat squid ink, McDonald’s has got you covered with their own dark burger.

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4 Responses to “McDonald’s Japan Halloween black burger”

  1. Constance - Foreign Sanctuary October 7, 2014 at 1:37 pm #

    Last year, McDonalds in Taiwan was offering black and white burgers for a limited time. I tried them and I wished I had to pass. The black one (containing squid ink) was horrible and the white one had a mushroom taste. I don’t know what made me try them because I never eat at McDonalds.


  2. Musings October 1, 2014 at 4:12 pm #

    We heard about this in the news and ummmm…. frankly, I think I’ll take a pass.


    • tokyo5 October 1, 2014 at 5:23 pm #

      Yeah… it doesn’t look good!
      Was it on the news in America?


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