Gimme a break… of that evil goodness. Kill Kat — Milk Chocolate is the not-so-sweet candy bar that could possibly eat you first.
Just when we thought that Japan had gone two far with their outrageous Kit Kat flavors — Sushi Kit Kats are here. Although, it may be easy to believe that these Kit Kats could be tuna and sea urchin-flavored, they’re only made to look like raw fish and rice.
Maguro (tuna) is made with a puffed rice base topped with topped with a raspberry flavored Kit Kat. Uni (sea urchin) is made with a slice of seaweed wrapped around a Hokkaido Melon with Mascarpone Cheese–flavored Kit Kat. Tamago (egg) features a Banana-flavored Kit Kat and nori seaweed.
The Sushi Kit Kat three-pack will be offered at the new Kit Kat Chocolatory inside Itami Osaka International Airport. However, they’re only available to the first thirty customers who spend over 3,000 yen ($27.96), every day from April 18 through to May 6.
Never one to shy away from horrifying menu items, Taco Bell is back with an offering that just rolls off the tongue.
The Kit Kat Chocoladilla is formed into a traditional quesadilla, replacing a traditional meat and cheese filling with melted Kit Kat pieces.
The Kit Kat Quesadilla, although offered in the UK and Brazil for some time, will make its US debut in select Wisconsin locations. Will you be breaking off a piece of this, Wisconsinites?
A few of Japan’s favorite things, Kit Kat and sushi, are together at last.
Kit Kat Sushi is being brought to us by Japan’s first stand-alone Kit-Kat retail store. The mix of Japanese culture is modeled after pieces of traditional sushi and comes in three varieties — Maguro (raspberry-flavor Kit Kats on puffed rice), Uni (Hokkaido melon and mascarpone cheese flavored Kit Kats wrapped in seaweed), and Tamago (pumpkin pudding-flavored and wrapped with seaweed).
The new storefront will open in Tokyo Ginza between February 2 and February 4. Break me off a piece of that sushi bar.
Japan is legendary for their arsenal of Kit Kat flavors. So, it only makes sense that the chocolate candy finally gets gilded.
Japan’s Kit Kat Chocolatory shops will release two versions next month. One is a standard Kit Kat wrapped in edible gold leaf for 2,016 yen (US$16) a piece. The other is an actual 24k solid-gold version, that will be raffled off.