Burger King’s new hand-breaded chicken sandwich, “Ch’King,” makes waves among fast food lovers. To celebrate the success of this delicious sandwich, Coca-Cola is offering Abasto readers the chance to win $10 gift cards to enjoy the new Ch’King “their way” by pairing it with their favorite Coca-Cola beverage, especially this summer when an ice-cold drink is needed to beat the heat.
As Burger King’s favorite menu companion beverage for 30 years, the soda company keeps the message it made popular in the 1960s, “Things Go Better with Coke,” alive and wants fast food lovers to try the hand-breaded chicken sandwich.
Therefore, Abasto readers who send an email to [email protected], with their full name and email address, expressing their desire to win the $10 gift card to enjoy a Ch’King combo with Coca-Cola and French fries, will be eligible to participate in a raffle in which ten winners will be selected and sent the respective gift card.
The Ch’King is freshly prepared with a thick cut of 100% white meat chicken breast that is breaded by hand for a crispy bite on the outside and juicy on the inside. It’s topped with crisp pickles and a savory signature sauce, all on a toasted potato bun, and goes best with an ice-cold Coca-Cola.
“Our guests said it best, our hand-breaded Ch’King sandwich is our greatest yet,” said Ellie Doty, chief marketing officer, Burger King North America. “We said we would create a delicious hand-breaded chicken sandwich that was worth the wait; we just didn’t anticipate that it would turn out quite this good.”
In true BK style, “have it your way,” and choose between the Ch’King, the Spicy Ch’King, which takes it up a notch with a tastebud-tingling spicy glaze, or the Deluxe Ch’King or Spicy Deluxe Ch’King, which includes crisp lettuce and a juicy tomato slice.
The Ch’King’s hand-breading is to chicken what Burger King’s flame-grilling is to burgers. Ch’King is destined for greatness, as it takes its rightful place on the Burger King menu, alongside The Whopper, which is enjoyed by over 2 billion people every year.