The Candied Bacon Whopper showcases the distinctive flame-grilled beef patty that is synonymous with the brand, complemented by sliced tomatoes, crisp lettuce, fried onions with a delightful crunch, garlic aioli for a savory kick, and an exquisite combination of sweet bacon jam and brown sugar candied bacon—all encased in a sesame seed bun. This delectable creation is currently available at participating Burger King locations across the nation, but only for a limited time and while supplies last. Don’t miss the chance to savor the unique blend of flavors in the Candied Bacon Whopper before it’s gone!
There’s also a new Fiery Big Fish sandwich, which features the same build as the regular fish sandwich with an exciting twist—a luscious and zesty spicy sauce for an extra kick. Injecting a burst of excitement into the traditional Big Fish sandwich, Burger King is introducing a limited-time offering just in time for the Lenten season. This innovative twist on the classic features the familiar components of lettuce, pickles, and tartar sauce, elevated with an additional layer of flavor through a tantalizing spicy glaze—all nestled between a soft brioche-style bun. It’s a mouthwatering combination that adds a fiery kick to the beloved fish sandwich experience, creating a culinary sensation for discerning taste buds.
Burger King’s official social media channels have been teasing additional revelations set for February 5th, keeping fans intrigued and eager to discover the forthcoming surprises in store.
Oh, you didn’t know: Back in 1963, Luis Arenas-Pérez geared up to inaugurate the inaugural Burger King establishment in Carolina, Puerto Rico. However, an unforeseen hiccup occurred when the Whopper buns failed to arrive in time for the Grand Opening. Undeterred, he improvised with the locally available smaller buns. Surprisingly, this downsized iteration struck a chord with customers, swiftly gaining popularity. It wasn’t long before this scaled-down creation made its way onto menus worldwide, earning its place as the beloved “Whopper Jr.”