"Nestle Japan announced it is preparing to roll out a new variation on a popular candy: Kit Kat flavored with sake, Japan`s popular rice wine.
The company, which previously sold Japan-exclusive Kit Kat flavors including green tea and wasabi, announced the rice wine-flavored Kit Kats will hit the shelves of Japanese stores Feb. 1."
A Kit Kat bar is a heavenly delight: Three layers of wafer separated and covered by an outer layer of chocolate. The standard bar consists of two or four fingers, each finger can be snapped off from the bar separately.
In America and in European countries there are a handful of different flavors of Kit Kat bars: Caramel, mint and orange.
But in Japan there are dozens of exotic flavors of Kit Kat bars including baked potato, soy sauce, maccha milk, azuki bean, green tea, strawberry, blueberry, butter, cream cheese, and now sake.
The Japanese are welcome to their bizarre Kit Kat bars; as far as I`m concerned you don`t tinker with perfection, give me the classic chocolate Kit Kat bar.
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