A 100-meter (328-foot) line was formed outside the branch after the chocolate-slathered burger went on sale. They were able to sell 506 burgers during the limited-time offer.
The concept of the chocolate burger was started by Burger King Taiwan as an April Fool’s joke in 2018.
However, the original burger was supposed to be a dessert burger containing a chocolate patty sandwiched between chocolate buns along with chocolate rings as a garnish, and a raspberry sauce to complete the treat, Hypebeast reported.
Burger King Taiwan’s chocolate burger has reportedly hit the culinary mark, according to one Twitter user who tried out the limited-time burger. The chocolate syrup combined with the peanut butter sauce helped bring out the flavor of the burger patty, they said.
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