Last year, the most popular new product at Church's Chicken was the addition to the brand's unique, full-of-flavor twist on traditional fried chicken—Bourbon Black Pepper Smokehouse Chicken. Since that time, guests have been clamoring for the return of the product. So, for 2019, Church's is not only bringing Bourbon Black Pepper Smokehouse Chicken back to restaurants, but it is extending the promotion to last almost all summer long. The popular entree returns for Smokehouse season this summer at all Church's restaurants.
"Guests cannot get enough of Bourbon Black Pepper Smokehouse Chicken. They ask us for it all year round and always want to know when it will be back," says Jennifer Chasteen, vice president of Brand Strategy & Activation for Church's Chicken. "It's a unique, innovative flavor you can find only at Church's and the demand is growing every year."
The secret to the product's success lies in its one-of-a-kind flavor and generous half chicken portion size. Church's smokehouse bone-in chicken is marinated in a savory, smoky seasoning, and then deep-fried without any batter or breading. It is then glazed with a sweet-yet-mellow sauce featuring just a kiss of bourbon and topped with fresh cracked black pepper for a pop of spice. Both the Smokehouse preparation and the Bourbon Black Pepper sauce can only be found at Church's. A single combo meal includes an entire half chicken, regular order of mashed potatoes, and a Honey-Butter Biscuit, all for just $5.
For dessert, guests can also add an all-NEW Peach Cobbler, made from spiced and diced peaches, served warm and toasty on top of Church's world-famous scratch-made Honey-Butter Biscuits.
"Going big with quality ingredients and big flavor is what our guests ask for and we aim to deliver," says Chasteen. "Bourbon Black Pepper Smokehouse Chicken is one of our most popular examples of that philosophy and one that satisfies even the biggest appetites without sacrificing value."
All offers are available for a limited time only between May 27 and August 21, at participating restaurants, while supplies last.