"Have a break, have a Kit Kat!" is the slogan for a popular chocolate wafer snack known throughout the world as, Kit Kat. These snacks were introduced in 1935 and were originally owned by the company Rowntree. Now they are owned by the companies Nestle and The Hershey Company and have a variety of flavors to choose from. Kit Kat comes in four-finger bars. They are easy to break and have for people on the go. You can recognize a Kit Kat from its bold, red packaging:
The crispy crunch of the wafers and sweet taste of milk chocolate make the perfect combo for this famous confectionery. Kit Kats are a favorite to many around the world, especially the Japanese. Japan has produced over 200 flavors of Kit Kats. Kit Kats originally come in three main flavors: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and white chocolate. However, Japan has expanded Kit Kat's flavor range to well-known Japanese favorites such as green tea and azuki (red beans) to more eccentric and wacky flavors such as wasabi and soy sauce. With its variety of flavors and convenient size and shape, Kit Kat has become a sensation.
From the image above, you can see some examples of Kit Kats avaliable in Japan. There are fruity flavors that are pretty common in other places, like orange and strawberry. Then there are flavors that resemble sweets and desserts such as lemon cheesecake, tiramisu, and caramel pudding. Other flavors taste like drinks such as hot cocoa and milk tea. There is a variation of Kit Kats that are exclusive to Japan which are Kit Kats you bake and eat! All you have to do is bake them for about two minutes and then you've got yourself a sweet treat of baked Kit Kat! That crispy treat just got even crispier with its chocolate-caramel coating baked into a golden brown. These kind of Kit Kat come in flavors like pudding and cheesecake.
Kit Kat has grown so popular in Japan that there are stores specializing in just Kit Kat in many prefectures! There are also limited editions of Kit Kat varying from prefectures in Japan! These Kit Kat are special because they use the products limited in that region of Japan that aren't avaliable anywhere else:
Why don't you have a break with these amazing kinds of Kit Kat? You won't regret it.
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