Japan has plenty of awesome Kit Kats, but we just ate what might be the craziest one of all.
The unusual sweet is one of several new treats only available at a special Kit Kat Chocolatory store in Tokyo.
More matcha. More deliciousness. More reason to buy as many as you can as souvenirs.
With three cute box designs and adorable individual wrappers, this is the best way to send wishes for a lucky New Year.
With 18 hard-to-find Kit Kat items on the menu, this is an extremely rare opportunity you won’t want to miss!
According to Nestlé Japan, this is the first new nationwide Kit Kat series they’ve released in six years.
Why pick between falling in love or falling for chocolate, when you can do both?
The Kit Kats here are served with a theatrical display of dry ice and biscuit pieces that allow you to blow “smoke” out your nose.
Now you can enjoy a break with a Kit Kat and a shot of Japanese rice wine all rolled into one.
Remember the bakeable pudding-flavored mini Kit Kats we told you about earlier this month? Well, we managed to get our hands on them, and also on the cream cheese flavored bakeable Kit Kats sold at the Kit Kat Chocolaterie as well. And you know what that means — it’s time for a RocketNews24 taste test! So, let’s get on with the baking and tasting, shall we?
Many of our readers may be aware that Japanese consumers are quite fond of unique and creative Kit Kat products and flavors. But now, Nestle Japan has come out with what could be described as not just a new flavor but a new “species” of Kit Kat. And why are we calling it a new species? Well, it’s because you’ll need to do just a little bit of cooking to fully enjoy these Kit Kats. Yes, Nestle Japan’s newest Kit Kat offering, the “Bake ‘N Tasty Mini Kit Kats Custard Pudding Flavor” (Kit Kat Mini Yaite Oishi Purin Aji) is a Kit Kat that you heat in a toaster oven before eating! After hearing that, the only question we had was, of course, “How soon can we get our hands on some of these?”