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Published On: Tue, Feb 11th, 2014

Burger King Japan presents BK Ringo for people who like apple on their burger

Burger King Japan started a new specialty item on its menu called BK Ringo. What’s that you may ask?

BKjapanAccording to a BK Japan press release (computer translated), the limited time offer is a popular burger topped with apple slices instead of tomatoes.

They use a Fuji apple cut into round slices of 8mm. It is baked on an open fire to give it the crunchy apple fresh texture.

The “beef patty with grilled apple is very refreshing” the press release notes, in fact, it is very popular with the ladies.

And then there is the mayonnaise—special mayo with a touch of cinnamon powder to top off the apple taste.

Not exactly sure what Ringo means in Japanese, doesn’t translate well to English, but at least one person gives it a good review.

A writer with Rocket 24 says, “The cinnamon smells great, and the scent mixes with the meat and produces an almost Middle Eastern effect. It doesn’t impart as much sweetness as you’d expect, though. There’s a short burst of cinnamon flavor that comes just before you wrap your mouth around the sandwich, but once you bite in, the initial flavors on the tongue is mayonnaise, followed by the juicy meat and slight char.”

Would you try it?

 

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