In-N-Out Burger’s New Secret Menu Item

In-N-Out Burger why can't you be closer? (iennieminnie - photobucket)

In-N-Out Burger why can’t you be closer? (iennieminnie – photobucket)

“Animal Style.”

“Double Meat.”

“4X4.”

For some people, hearing these terms from someone else might be taken as the meaningless ramblings of a crazy person. Others would immediately start drooling like Pavlov’s Dog. In case you are one of the unfortunate souls that hasn’t had the chance to eat at In-N-Out Burger, the terms listed above are “secret” menu items at the west coast burger chain.

This past weekend, the internet was abuzz that In-N-Out had a new secret menu item, something being called the “Frozen Mocha” shake. This latest creation consists of two-thirds of a chocolate shake, one-third of a vanilla shake, and a small cup of fresh coffee grounds. Mix all three together and you have the “Frozen Mocha” shake.

Not being a coffee guy, this doesn’t really sound all that appealing to me. It also seems like the grinds would give the shake a weird sandy texture.

Wait a second. Who am I kidding?

It’s In-N-Out Burger. That Frakenshake is probably awesome.

Now if they’d just move further east…

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CharlieCharlie Crespo (@Little_Utopia) is the editor-in-chief of Little Utopia.

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