FAST FOOD NEWS: Starbucks BBQ Beef Brisket on Sourdough

Starbucks BBQ Beef Brisket on Sourdough

Starbucks is offering a sandwich that sounds like it should be on Arby’s menu.

The coffee chain’s new BBQ Beef Brisket on Sourdough features slow cooked beef brisket, BBQ sauce, Gordon Borsch beer-braised onions, and Sonoma Jack cheese on toasted sourdough bread.

The sandwich has 510 calories, 22 grams of fat, 10 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 65 milligrams of cholesterol, 1210 milligrams of sodium, 54 grams of carbohydrates, 3 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar, and 23 grams of protein.

If you’ve tried it, let us know what you think of it in the comments.

(Image via Impulsive Buy reader Rebecca)

5 thoughts on “FAST FOOD NEWS: Starbucks BBQ Beef Brisket on Sourdough

  1. Got a coupon for a free one at Starbucks. Tried it on Saturday. The whole thing had a sour taste to it. Not just the bread. The bread was soggy. And the meat was really…rubbery…

  2. I tried it and it actually tasted pretty good. It cost $6.45 + tax here. The texture was like a paste and it was hard to separate the meat pieces as it was just a goop. haha. But the best thing about it was the sourdough bread. The bread was nice and crunchy even after the 15 minute drive home. I never eat bread crust, but I ate the whole crust for this sandwich.

  3. I’ve tried it twice and I must say its a pretty tasty sandwich. I agree with Kevin in that the texture is almost paste like but the flavor is awesome and the onions and cheese compliment it well. The bread is solid and doesn’t tear or fall apart and leave you with a mess on your hands. I think the biggest selling point for me so far is that it is lean, there are no fatty surprises in the middle which would really turn me off. Totally surprised and would get it again.

  4. Yuck. Mushy. Barely any solid meat, just creamy, oniony….mush. Wish I hadn’t wasted my reward on this one but decided to try it (and glad to have a reward). Definitely not worth the 6+ bucks as other less expensive sbux sandwiches are much better.

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