Written By Fadzai Mankola
For those that don’t know I have a love of burgers, so eating and then reviewing them is my idea of heaven. I have to admit that when I received the black farmer 100% beef and the beef and cheese burgers I was a bit skeptical as I usually am about burgers you buy at the supermarket. I have been disappointed on many occasions with even the high quality supermarket burgers. But I was pleasantly surprised with the standard and quality of the Black farmer burgers.
I kept it simple with the toppings so I could get a real taste of the burgers. I started with the 100% beef burger, simply made with lettuce, onion and tomato. Biting into the burger was like a flavour explosion. Now it may seem silly me saying this but the burger tasted like real beef. It was succulent, flavoursome and everything I love about beef burgers. It was literally beef burger heaven. There were hints of other flavours that I couldn’t quite pinpoint, strong enough to add flavour but subtle enough not to take away from the beef. To put it simply I thoroughly enjoyed the burger.
I then tried the beef and cheese burger same topping concept kept it simple. Now although really good, the flavours of the cheese and beef were not as flavoursome, also the cheese was not as strong as I would have preferred. Don’t get me wrong they are far better than most store bought high quality burgers but I would say that flavour wise they are a toned down version of their 100% counterpart.
Succulent and sooo delicious @theblackfarmer beef&cheese burger. One of the best burgers I have ever tasted…and I have eaten a lot of burgers! Just the right amount of seasoning to bring out the flavours of the beef 😋 🍔#yummy #foodie @whosfordinnerblog #burgerlover #burger #theblackfarmer #delicious #nobun
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Would I recommend the black farmer burgers?
DEFINITELY! In fact I haven’t stopped talking about them and have stocked up for the (fingers crossed) bank holiday bbq!
I also now can’t wait to try other products from The Black Farmer range.