YET ANOTHER fast food chain is testing out an exciting variation on its famous burger – and we’re definitely not complaining. First came the news a few weeks ago that Red Robin would be introducing a vegan Impossible Cheeseburger to its menu at EVERY location (HERE). Then Burger King upped the ante by pulling a non-prank on April fools’ Day (HERE), and began serving Impossible Whoppers at many of its St. Louis locations. And now, we have another modded meat in our midst – the Carl’s Jr. CBD burger. “The Rocky Mountain High: CheeseBurger Delight features two 100% charbroiled beef patties paired with Carl’s Jr. signature Santa Fe Sauce infused with hemp-based CBD oil, pickled jalapeños, pepper jack cheese and Crisscut® fries to give the burger the extra crunch – all between a premium bun,” according to the press release. Though you’ll ONLY be able to snarf one of these bad boys on one day (4/20 of course) at one particular location in Denver, the company does say that they’re considering a wider rollout as regulations allow.
4/20 only: We're dropping our Rocky Mountain High Cheese Burger Delight with CBD-infused Santa Fe sauce at one Denver location only. #rockymountainhigh pic.twitter.com/Ekk4f4r1YL
— Carl’s Jr. (@CarlsJr) April 17, 2019