Angus Burger (Burger King)

Angus Burger (Burger King)

The Angus burger is a burger sold by the international fast-food restaurant chain Burger King as an "indulgent product". It is one of their larger, adult-oriented products made with higher quality ingredients than their "standard" menu items.

In North America the sandwich was replaced with the Steakhouse XT burger, which used a new, thicker round patty among several other changes. At Hungry Jacks in Australia it is called the Classic Angus, aimed at a different more middle class audience. Only variations of the sandwich that explicitly state "Angus" in the title are manufactured from meat from Angus cattle. In 2011, the company discontinued selling the product in the North American market, replacing it with the Chef's Choice burger.

The Angus and Steakhouse sandwiches are part of a series of sandwiches designed to expand Burger King's menu with both more sophisticated, adult oriented fare and present a larger, meatier burger that appeals to 24- to 36-year-old adult males. Along with the TenderGrill and TenderCrisp chicken sandwiches, these sandwiches are intended to bring in a larger, more affluent adult audience who will be willing to spend more on the better quality products.

Read more about Angus Burger (Burger King):  Product Description, History, Withdrawal From U.S. Market

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