Tomahawk, WI 09/12/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Burger King Worldwide Inc. (NYSE:BKW) push to overturn stakes in the fast food space especially in international markets will see it offer its customers in Japan a ‘Kuro Burger’ according to CNBC’s Amanda Drury. Kuro Burger will only be available for a short time as the company tries to assess its performance.

“Burger Kings Black Burger in Japan otherwise known as Kuro Burger. The bun is color black with Bamboo charcoal the patties have black pepper, and the onion garlic source has squid ink added to it. Top dough is very appetizing black cheese. I understand currently; there are no plans to bring this menu out to the United States,” said Mrs. Drury.

Burger King Worldwide Inc. (NYSE:BKW) has already reiterated that this is the third time it has introduced a Goth like burger all of which have always received positive reception from customers. The burger hit the tables first in 2012, and Burger King has over the years been improving it, trying different ingredients and products in the process. The latest offer is set to expire this November. Should the burger become a hit in japan, it awaits to be’ seen if the giant food store will roll out in other markets.

The surprising thing about the latest Burger King Worldwide Inc. (NYSE:BKW) product is that it will come with black buns as well as black sauce and black cheese. The ‘Kuro burger’ will be up for grabs for 480 yen ($4.49). The burger has already received mixed reactions with some people reiterating it should be imported to U.S.

One Burger King Worldwide Inc. (NYSE:BKW) fan dubbed the new incarnation ‘Goth burger’ others, on the other hand, are raising questions as to whether the black coloring on the burger might have come-up as a result of over grilling.

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