It's $7.79 for the 1/3 lb. version but I received this courtesy of Carl's Jr. (my local Carl's Jr. is really pricey; the suggested price starts at $4.39 for a single, which would put the 1/3 lb. version closer to $5.39 or so).
The onion straws were just lightly crisp here and there but offered a nice, slightly-charred onion-y note. The bacon was unfortunately limp but flavorful, adding another layer of smokiness beyond the glaze.
The lettuce was slightly wilted and didn't offer up much watery crispness as a result. The tomato was fine though. They're probably not necessary in the burger but they don't hurt either.
Overall, the Midnight Moon Moonshine Burger was quite good, especially if you like Burger King's Rodeo Burger or the Carl's Jr. Western Bacon Cheeseburger. If you missed the Jim Beam burger, you can consider this its slightly upgraded spiritual successor. At the price my local Carl's Jr. is selling them, though, it's casual dining pricing without being cooked to order.
Nutritional Info - Carl's Jr. 1/3 lb. Midnight Moonshine Burger (365g)
Calories - 910 (from Fat - 440)
Fat - 49g (Saturated Fat - 16g)
Sodium - 1670mg
Carbs - 77g (Sugars - 26g)
Protein - 35g