Finnebrogue stole the show with its flavoursome wagyu burger impressing our panel. But we also uncovered some pricey options that were lacking in flavour, including an expensive supermarket burger costing £5 per pack.
Best Buy: Finnebrogue Wagyu Burger – 77%
How does WhichUK? test beef burgers?
The products were assessed by a large panel of consumers who regularly buy and consume beef burgers. The make-up of the panel broadly represents the demographic profile of adults in the UK. Each burger was cooked following pack instructions for best results.
The panellists rated the taste, texture, aroma and appearance of each product and told us what they liked and disliked about each one.
The taste test was blind, so the panellists didn’t know which brand they were trying. The order they sampled the beef burgers was fully rotated to avoid any bias. Each panellist had a private booth so they couldn’t discuss what they were tasting or be influenced by others. The overall score is based on: 50% taste 20% appearance 15% texture 15% aroma.