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black burgers and other limited-edition and novelty items at fast-food establishments

Robb S | Sep 19, 201408:07 PM     47

The kuro-pearl and kuro-diamond (black pearl and black diamond) burgers debuted yesterday (9/19) at Burger King Japan. Both burgers are served on black buns made with added bamboo charcoal, using black-colored cheese which also incorporates bamboo charcoal.

The blackish, onion-flavored sauce on the kuro-pearl uses squid ink, while the kuro-diamond is brightened by a topping of lettuce, tomato, onions and mayonnaise. The burgers themselves are livened up by a hefty dose of black pepper.

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