Kit Kat Japan has developed more flavors than anywhere in the world, the latest of which comes from aged whisky barrels in Scotland.
The new flavor, aptly called Whisky Barrel Aged, is created from cacao nibs that were kept for 180 days in barrels once used for aging whisky.
In most parts of the world, Kit Kat lovers may have just one flavor to spend their breaks with.
That is not the case in Japan, where the brand has concocted more than 400 flavors since its arrival in 1973.
It is no secret by now that Kit Kats everywhere else have got nothing on those found in Japan, not only in terms of flavor variety but also the creativity in presentation and packaging.
Taking this discrepancy a step further is Nestlé Japan’s move to introduce a radical change to the look of their Kit Kat range. Beginning at the end of September, the company is reportedly replacing Kit Kat’s plastic packaging with paper, SoraNews24 reports.
Korean makeup brand Etude House has launched their new eye shadow palette collaboration with Kit Kat.
Food has always been a common theme for K-beauty products and this isn’t the first time Etude House has carried on this theme. Last year, the company released an adorable soft drink lip tint collection that captured the attention of many Korean beauty fanatics.
Nestle Japan, in partnership with Barry Callebaut, has announced a limited edition flavor for the “fourth type of chocolate” called “Ruby Sublime Kit Kat.”
The Ruby chocolate, which was developed by Zurich-based company Barry Callebaut, is the newest type of chocolate that came out in the market since Nestle unveiled its white chocolate variant more than 80 years ago, The Guardian reported.
Nestlé has just released its new flavor for its Kit Kat brand in Japan, and fans are having second thoughts on whether it’s actually good or not.
According to Nestlé, the new Kit Kat Nodo Ame Aji, which literally translates to Kit Kat Cough Drop Flavor, contains 2.1% of throat lozenges powder for each serving, SoraNews24 reported.
Kit Kats are sold in variety of flavors, but what’s next to come might either be a hit or a huge miss.
Nestle, manufacturer of the renowned chocolate treat, is discussing the possibility of releasing Durian flavored Kit Kats. Thailand, which is famous for mangosteen, tamarind, and durian, thought of the idea to benefit their tourism.
You’ve probably heard of different flavored Kit Kat’s in Japan, but you’ve probably never heard of this limited edition Kit Kat sushi.