Burger King expands availability of a regional release with the introduction of the Texas Double Whopper at participating locations in the South West US.
Based on the brand’s standard Whopper build, the Texas Double Whopper features a pair of quarter-pound savory flame-grilled beef patties topped with American cheese, bacon, sliced jalapeños, pickles, sliced white onions, tomatoes, lettuce, mayo and yellow mustard on a soft sesame seed bun. It differs from a standard Whopper build with the addition of American cheese, bacon and jalapeños – while ketchup is swapped out for yellow mustard.
YouTube food reviewer Peep This Out! (Ian K) picked up a Texas Double Whopper at his local BK in Southern California. The sandwich itself goes for $6.89, while a combo meal is also available for $9.79. Prices may vary by location.
Does the Texas Double Whopper live up to its BIG name? Check out Ian’s review below for the spicy details:
The Texas Whopper has popped up in a variety of US markets over the past several years, but has never been available on a nationwide basis.
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