Jump Start January with Free Coffee at Burger King Restaurants

Jump Start January with Free Coffee at Burger King Restaurants

To warm up America’s morning, Burger King Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:BKW) announced today that it is offering free small smooth roast Seattle’s Best Coffee with the purchase of an iconic Burger King breakfast sandwich now through January 291. Guests can rise and shine and enjoy one of eighteen mouthwatering breakfast sandwich varieties including the best-selling and beloved Croissan’wich breakfast sandwich.

Paired perfectly with sweet and savory menu items, Burger King restaurants now serve a custom 100% Arabica smooth roast coffee from Seattle’s Best Coffee. Customized exclusively for Burger King restaurants, the coffee blend delivers a balanced, mild flavor.

The breakfast variety at Burger King restaurants offers savory and tasty items, including egg and cheese sandwiches, grab-and-go burritos, platters with fluffy pancakes, golden brown French Toast Sticks, signature crunchy hash browns and real fruit smoothies.

“Everyone loves to start their day with fresh, hot coffee and we have mouthwatering ways to make it even better,” said Eric Hirschhorn, Burger King Corporation Chief Marketing Officer, North America. “Our robust breakfast menu has something for everyone – whether you’re in a rush, on-the-go or stopping by for your first meal of the day.”

“We’re focused on giving Burger King guests a smooth, delicious cup of coffee, which pairs perfectly with a Burger King breakfast,” said Jennifer Dimaris, Seattle’s Best Coffee Vice President, Brand Management. “We know great coffee helps start the morning off right, that’s why we put more than 40 years of roasting experience into every cup of custom blended Seattle’s Best Coffee served to Burger King guests.”

Available now at Burger King restaurants nationwide, receive a free small cup of Seattle’s Best Coffee with any breakfast sandwich purchase through January 29.

1Limited time only. Offer valid on small Seattle’s Best Coffee hot coffee only.