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Burger King Japan brings back Big Mouth Burgers, including 8-bacon slice behemoth
Burger King Japan is bringing back its popular Big Mouth Burgers, including a version that would surely please bacon lovers.
The Bacon Booster Big Mouth Burger, which comes with eight slices of bacon, joins the Cheese & Cheese Big Mouth Burger as a standard.
While regular Big Mouth Burgers have three beef patties, the new Bacon Booster Big Mouth Burger only has two, but it compensates for the lack of meat with bacon.
Two flame-grilled 100 percent beef patties, eight hefty slices of smoky bacon, four pieces of thick cheddar cheese, pickles, ketchup, and mustard are among the ingredients. It appears to be geared toward meat-eaters.
Meanwhile, the Cheese & Cheese Big Mouth Burger is back with three beef patties, a creamy and spicy cheese sauce, thick cheddar cheese slices, and shredded cheese produced from a blend of three kinds of cheese. Its name pretty much sums up everything you need to know about it.
The "My Caramel Sundae," which drizzles a bittersweet caramel and coffee sauce made with Lorraine rock salt over soft-serve ice cream, is served alongside the two massive burgers.
From May 6 to May 19, Big Mouth Burgers and My Caramel Sundae will be available at Burger King stores around Japan.