Over the weekend, we discovered that a Burger King in Hermitage, PA, was testing a Whopper and burrito hybrid called the Whopperrito.
Pretty much exactly how it sounds, the contents of a Whopper are thrown in a tortilla and wrapped up nice and tight. Burger King's iconic Whopper features a grilled beef patty, American cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, ketchup and mayonnaise.
The burrito variant is slightly different.
We acquired some intimate shots of the burrito so you can see exactly what it looks like. Since we first wrote about the innovative fast food item, many outlets questioned whether the burrito actually exists.
Here's your proof.
As you can see, the beef is cut up into chunks. It's also dressed in a slightly spicy queso sauce to add a bit of a kick to it. The pickles, onions, lettuce and tomatoes are still in the spotlight.
Darrell Swanson, a gentleman within walking distance of the Burger King, says:
It has a bit of spice, but not much. Actually [it tastes] like a mild sauce at Taco Bell, but with a little less kick and a little more sweetness.
He mentions the Whopper burrito didn't taste bad at all.
The Whopperrito can be found only in Hermitage for $3.99. For some reason, Burger King decided to pick a town with literally no media access to test such a HYPE burrito.