Japan Has Apple Pie and Carrot Kit Kats for Easter
When it comes to Kit Kat creativity, we American candy-bar lovers have nothing on our Japanese counterparts. In Japan, where Kit Kats are crazy popular, Nestle offers a variety of limited-edition Kit Kat flavors, many of them season- and holiday-specific.
You got your cheesecake-flavored Kit Kats (of various sorts), your pineapple Kit Kats, your kiwifruit Kit Kats, your maple Kit Kats, your choco-banana Kit Kats – even your baked potato Kit Kats and your soy sauce Kit Kats. You got your Christmas Kit Kats, your Halloween Kit Kats and your cherry-blossom-season Kit Kats.
With a slice of pie, an egg and a cute bunny on the packaging and “Lucky Easter” messaging, the 12-pack of mini Kit Kats went on sale on March 16 for 540 yen (about $4.45), RocketNews24 reports. There will be 13 different Easter-themed designs featured on the chocolate bars themselves.
Lucky Easter indeed.