Jun 4, 2024 - News

☕ Whataburger's new brews

A clear coffee cup next to a sandwich

Whataburger wants to be your coffee shop. Photo: Courtesy of Whataburger

Whataburger coffee used to be awful — definitely not as delicious as their honey butter chicken biscuits.

The latest: In May, the chain switched to coffee drinks made with 100% Arabica beans sourced from Central and South America.

  • Axios Texas social host Greg Castillo tried Whataburger's new brews to see if they're as premium as the chain claims.

What he found: Greg tried the classic drip coffee and the iced vanilla, mocha and caramel coffees.

  • The classic drip coffee was surprisingly good and flavorful. It had a natural sweetness and wasn't bitter.
  • The other flavors were a little muted. The mocha had a hint of chocolate, while the vanilla flavor was watered down.

Cost: $2.25 for a small black coffee and $4 for a medium iced coffee.

Worthy of your time: Watch Greg try the new drinks on our Axios Texas Instagram account.

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