Update: We reviewed them. Click here to read our Jack in the Box Buttery Jack review.
Jack in the Box’s latest burger is the Buttery Jack, which also sounds like a playground torture technique or a drink that will get you messed up super quick.
It comes in two varieties — Classic and Bacon & Swiss.
Both feature a new signature 1/4 lb beef patty topped with melted garlic herb butter in a new toasted gourmet bun. The Classic is also topped with provolone cheese, a creamy tomato sauce, green leaf lettuce, and tomato slices. The Bacon & Swiss also has strips of hickory-smoked bacon, Swiss cheese, and a creamy bacon mayo.
The Classic Buttery Jack has 816 calories, 52 grams of fat, 23 grams of saturated fat, 2 grams of trans fat, 128 milligrams of cholesterol, 1148 milligrams of sodium, and 37 grams of protein. The Bacon & Swiss has 887 calories, 59 grams of fat, 25 grams of saturated fat, 2 grams of trans fat, 1346 milligrams of sodium, and 42 grams of protein.
We wrote about the burger sometime last year while it was being tested and some folks who tried it back then left their thoughts in the comments.
If you’ve tried either one recently, let us know what you think of it in the comments below.
(Image via Jack in the Box’s website.)
4 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Jack in the Box Buttery Jack with Garlic Herb Butter”
A Buttery Jack is indeed a drink that will get you messed up quickly. It\’s half Jack Daniels (regular or honey) and half butterscotch schnapps.
thats a buttery nipple idiot
I had a Bacon & Swiss Buttery Jack today. Delicious. The herb flavor really came through. It was a little greasy (I guess that’s buttery, right?), but really tasty. I suspected that it was a calorie bomb, and now I see that it was. If you are looking for a burger that tastes nothing like a fast food burger, give it a try. Just make sure you skip another meal to compensate.
Stellar, tastes wonderful once in a life time treat. My first time at Jack in the Box. We do not have one in our town. It was on my bucket list this year.
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