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Burger King Unveils Red and Black Burgers and Pies For Japan

Posted by Hoob on June 17th, 2015
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Burger King does some pretty strange stuff in Japan, but I think they’ve topped themselves with black and blood red American Cheese. These cheeses are just a small part of their four new burger and chicken sandwiches which are themed either red or black. Additionally, they’ve also now launched a set of red and black pies so your mouth can turn all kinds of crazy colors after lunch.

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The red sandwiches are:

The AKA (Red) Samurai Burger. This sandwich features a red bun and red cheese, both colored with tomato powder. It also features Burger King’s original Angry Sauce, a spicy miso-based concoction with tobanjan chili sauce and togarashi pepper.

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The AKA Samurai Chicken is pretty much the same as the burger, but with chicken, lettuce, and tomato instead of the sauteed onions.

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The black sandwiches are:

The Kuro Shogun is a sandwich featuring Burger King’s bamboo charcoal-infused buns and cheese. It also comes with Black Hashed Sauce, a mixture of red wine, squid ink, onions, tomato, and crushed garlic. Finally, the entire thing is topped off with grilled eggplant.

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The Beef Patty Kuro Taisho (Black General) swaps out the veggies for a wedge of hash browns.

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The pies:
The pies come in a twin pack featuring the black ones with a bamboo charcoal crust and a salted caramel and pear filling, and the red one which has a cherry powder flour crust and cherry filling.

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Source: Rocketnews

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