Sticking closely to the manufacturers mantra of ‘if it’s new, they will buy it’, Nestle has released yet another ‘limited edition’ KitKat.
Not that such biscuit based brazenness will deter gullible Japanese consumers from feverishly snapping them up — along with similarly weak-willed British-born bloggers.
oh Lee, where’s your usual zest?
i’m still waiting for your next scandalous article
“Fruit Parfait” (the Perfect Fruit, in French)… LOL !
Hilarious. I -just- took a picture of this YESTERDAY as a guy had it in my office.
It’s extremely… Fruity. Smells like Hi-Chu!
Once again, Japan proves to be at the cutting edge…of Kitkat flavours. Damn, wish I could get hooked up with some of that over here in Korea.
guess what? they have a sakura flavour and a lemon cheesecake flavour here in Singapore.
cool–i’m going to Tokyo in 2 weeks and can’t wait to try all these flavors.
thanks for this site–i feel like i’m getting a real taste for things there (bad pun, i know) ; >
All we have is chocolate. 🙁
I ate this Frit Parfait Kit Kat, I was absolutely horrible.
Man, I wish Kit Kat would start releasing these flavors in the US. I love Kit Kat and the only new flavor they have in the US (at least in Colorado) is cherry.
I recently picked this up on a visit to Tokyo. It tasted mainly of banana to me.
Has anyone had the nerve to try the Macha Green Tea version? I balked.
NOOOOnoononono! Why did Nestle not release that more than a month ago when I was there?! Oh well, I’m consold by the other commenter that said it was horrible.
I didn’t even try the strawberry and cafe au lait versions while I was there… ^^; >_>