Kit Kat is a crispy wafer bar covered in chocolate. It was first created by Britain’s Rowntree confectionery company in the 1930s and later brought to Japan in 1973. It’s now owned by Nestle and available worldwide.
1. Matcha (Green Tea): An everyday staple in Japan, matcha (green tea) is so popular that it was turned into a Kit Kat flavour. With a smooth texture, a mellow flavour and a slightly bitter aftertaste, this wafer bar is sure to not disappoint green tea enthusiasts.
2. Ice cream: The Ice Cream Flavor is as unusual and delicious as it sounds: with a unique chocolate ice cream flavor and that can be toasted. Cool the individual Kit Kats in the refrigerator and then heat in a toaster oven for a couple of minutes. When they're turned a crispy golden-brown color, they're ready to be eaten! Cool them again in the refrigerator to enhance the ice cream flavor even more.