what do you call a bunch of kitkats? a den of kitkats? an exultation of kitkats? a lair? a klatsch? a clutch? a quiver? a congregation? a kitten? anyway, here are various kitkats i've had in recent months.
(above) cappuccino kitkat, from australia. less of a mocha flavour than straight up coffee. nice, not overly sweet. here: "editions" kitkats in mango-passionfruit and seville orange. my mom brought these back from ireland, but they are made in switzerland. above the wafer is a layer of orangey-coloured gunge that tastes remarkably like what it is advertised to taste like. the first one is nice, but they get increasingly less lovely with each successive bar.
an edition kitkat in red berry. the nicest artificial red gunge i've had. tart, and completely not like cough syrup.
two different limited edition orange kitkats: orange and creme, with an orange-flavoured white-chocolate-esque coating, and the halloween one, which just has an orange white chocolate-esque coating over a dark chocolate wafer. the orange and creme is only slightly flavoured, but also slightly addictive. the halloween one has a nice chocolate crunchy bit, but the coating is meh.
an australian caramel chunky kitkat. this is a large bar-sized kitkat oozing with a very, very sweet caramel. much too sweet, but good if someone needs a glucose boost, stat.
still in search of the japanese red bean, green tea, and condensed milk kitkat, the uk lime and yoghurt kitkat, and the canadian banana one.
have you had an unusually flavoured/limited edition candy bar lately?
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