Have an Easter break, have your pick of bizarrely-flavoured KitKats in Japan

If you lost your cool when KitKat launched their peanut butter and caramel flavours, hold onto your hat.

 

Japan is well known for its creative versions of the chocolate covered wafer fingers but Nestle have come up with a new way to tap into Easter – apple pie and carrot-flavoured KitKats.

 

The Easter bunny would be proud.

 

Nestle came up with the idea for this after it polled Japanese chocolate fans and found that apple and carrot were the flavours they would most like to see in KitKat form.

 

The chocolate treats, which have 13 different bunny designs, have already gone on sale for 540 yen (£3) for a pack of 12. Bargain. 

 

Japan is no stranger to novelty KitKats though. Oh no. Behold the flavours you never imagined existed: 

 

Chocolate and grilled potato KitKat

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Chocolate and grilled potato KitKat

 Fried Toast / CC-BY-SA 2.0 / adapted / Flickr: friedtoast

 

Green tea KitKat

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Green tea KitKat

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Candied sweet potato KitKat

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Candied sweet potato KitKat

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Custard pudding KitKat

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Pudding KitKat

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Cherry blossom KitKat

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Cherry blossom KitKat

Amy Ross /  CC-BY-SA 2.0 / adapted / Flickr: donutgirl


Soy sauce KitKat

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Grilled corn KitKat

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Baked potato with butter KitKat

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Fruit Parfait KitKat

Kaex0r / CC-BY-SA 2.0 / adapted / Flickr: kaex0r414


Fruit parfait KitKat

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Sports drink KitKat

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Pumpkin KitKat

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Pumpkin KitKat

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