Break Me Off a Piece of That (Pounded Soybean Paste) Kit Kat Bar!

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I just discovered the flickr set Kit Kats of the World, and boy, we Americans are getting gypped with boring milk chocolate. Japan's got much more intriguing varieties such as salt-watermelon, jasmine tea, chocolate & grilled potato, wasabi, grilled corn, sports drink and even "air-conditioned" (best enjoyed in "air-conditioned places"--huh?) 

Okay, half sound disgusting, but A+ for inventiveness! But how do they taste...

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edjusted
edjusted

The local Japanese supermarkets often have some of the more exotic Kit Kats. Even if you're not into some of the weirder sounding flavors, you've got to try the dark chocolate Kit Kats.

Diane
Diane

Yes, it is Kit Kat heaven in Japan. If you visit, remember to stock up in the airport on your trip home. In the meantime, you can get dark chocolate Kit Kat and the cherry blossom Kit Kat (in season) at Mitsuwa Market in Costa Mesa.

Dorothy Yamamoto
Dorothy Yamamoto

That's cool! When we went to japan they had wasabi kitkat, the green tea kitkat was awesome!

HALFMEXI
HALFMEXI

What, no link??? Gimmie a mint chocolate Kit Kat and I'll be happy for the time being.

Christian Z.
Christian Z.

I had a Ginger Ale Kit Kat before. Got it from the Ebisu market at Brookhurst and Garfield in Fountain Valley. Tasted just like ginger ale. Not bad but I'm just not sure it made sense as a Kit Kat flavor.

Dorothy Yamamoto
Dorothy Yamamoto

I forgot I had coke kitkat and lemon soda kitkat too! it was interesting...

Christian Z.
Christian Z.

Michelle provided a link to the Kit Kat flickr album.

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