|That's what a 17 hour old McDonald's burger looks like.|
|McDonald's Korea 2013 - 1955 Burger|
Purchased on 13 June 2013 in Seoul, South Korea.
Consumed on 14 June 2013 in Phuket, Thailand.
Price - 5300KRW = ~$4.68USD
Calories - ~511kcal
|McDonald's Korea 2013 Receipt|
|McDonald's Korea 2013 Bag|
|McDonald's Korea 2013 McDelivery Menu|
|Luckily, our villa had a microwave!|
We were staying in a 4 bedroom pool villa, which thankfully had a full kitchen. This was useful as I was able to heat the burger up before trying it. I wasn't so lucky when I had the 3 burgers flown in from Sydney (California, Texas and New York) and I had to eat them cold on a bench at Singapore Changi Airport. After nuking it for 60 seconds, I pulled out the steaming burger. Though the bun was hotter than usual, it smelt exactly like a McDonald's burger does fresh. I was also lucky this time that Jason had tried the 1955 Burger only the day before when he ordered mine. So not only could I try it, but I also let him try it (after a bit of hesitation on his part), to tell me how different it tasted from fresh, to 'old'.
One more point to take note of, was that when I was trying this burger, the neighbours dogs walked over to our yard. As I didn't want to get sick from eating old meat, I only tried 2-3 bites of this burger before intending to throw out the rest. I tried to give the dogs the left over half of the burger, but they both sniffed it and walked away. That might be an indication that I shouldn't be eating 17 hour old burgers in the future.
Rating - 3.5/5