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300 flavors of Kit Kat in Japan

300 flavors of Kit Kat in Japan

Love for chocolate is divine. This is something that always tempt you and is irresistible. When we talk about chocolate it’s not possible that we don’t mention Kit Kat. There is a big news for Kit Kat lovers!! Japan is offering something very unusual for your taste buds.

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There are 300 flavors of Kit Kat in Japan. Can you believe it??

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Most of the flavors are very unusual; grape, soy sauce and baked sweet potato. The obsession of Japan with these sweet colorful delights started when Nestle in 2000 decided to produce limited, regional and seasonal flavors of Kit Kat for the souvenir shops in airports and train stations.

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The most popular flavor in Japan is Maccha that is actually Japanese green tea.

Strange yet delightful, it seems like a big Kit Kat universe. Isn’t it?

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