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Each Angry Dragon Meal comes with a choice of beef or chicken burger, medium-sized fries and a Sjora Mango Inferno.
IN conjunction with the Malaysian premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Burger King Malaysia has launched another blockbuster meal, Angry Dragon Meals.
The burgers are topped with fiery Angry Onions which are onion strips coated in spicy batter and fried crisp, giving a wonderful crunch to the fire-grilled patty slathered with lip-smacking honey mustard sauce.
Cool down the fiery bite with a frosty Sjora Mango Inferno, a refreshing blend of Sjora Mango Juice and Sprite.
Each Angry Dragon Meal comes with a choice of beef or chicken burger, medium-sized fries and a Sjora Mango Inferno priced at RM13.95.
The new meals are themed after the fearsome dragon, Smaug which terrorises Lonely Mountain, once the stronghold of the dwarves in the epic second part of The Hobbit trilogy.
To add on to the epic experience at Burger King, with any meal purchase, customers will be able to purchase a Magical Heat Changing Mug in Hobbit-themes priced at RM6.90 each.
The mug which is black in design magically changes into one of the four Hobbit-themed designs when a hot beverage is poured in. You won’t need Gandalf this time to weave his magic to transform the mugs into images of Legolas, Gandalf, Bilbo Baggin and a Map of Middle Earth.
This is certainly an exciting collectible for The Hobbit fans. Once the beverage cools down, the image will fade away and revert to its original background.
The Burger King Angry Dragon Meals will be available until Jan 12 at Burger King outlets nationwide.
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