Burger King in Japan launches black cheeseburger, the world recoils in horror

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AD_145459940.jpg Why ruin a perfectly good yellow cheese? (Picture: Burger King)

First Chinese McDonald’s launched a rank looking set of black and white burger, and now Japanese Burger King are selling black cheeseburgers – as in black buns with a patty and melted black cheese.

Erm no, that’s not OK.

The popular fast food restaurant has been selling the Kuro Burger since 2012, but the cheese layer is a whole new ingredient being unleashed for 2014.

The black colouring comes from charcoal and is apparent in both the bun, and, as you can clearly see – the cheese.

There’s also a squid ink, onion and garlic sauce to really top of the dark and pretty ghastly looking creation.

AD_145459919.jpg The one on the left looks like a goth, if a goth was a burger (Picture: Burger King)

The ugly burger launches nationwide in Japan on September 19 with two varieties – one…

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2 thoughts on “Burger King in Japan launches black cheeseburger, the world recoils in horror

  1. I think cheese-that’s-not-really-cheese on a burger is really gross as it is, but THAT is an amazingly. GROSS fest. For the eyes. I didn’t see that coming. This in Japan where they continue to look the other way with the amassing of [soon-to-be-extinct] frozen tuna carcasses and annual dolphin slaughter. Oh yeah. I guess I DID see that coming.

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