KITKAT Senses was the lighter version of the chocolate bar, a fancy snack that was short lived on the supermarket shelves. Now, sweet makers Nestle is
KITKAT Senses was the lighter version of the chocolate bar, a fancy snack that was short lived on the supermarket shelves.
Now, sweet makers Nestle is bringing them back but not as we know them.
Nestle The new KitKat Senses come in three different flavours but only in bite size bars
What are the new KitKat Senses?
The bars come in three different flavours – hazelnut, double chocolate and salted caramel.
Like the old bars, the bars have a thicker layer of flavour between the top wafer layer and chocolate.
So, depending on which one you go for, you’ll get a praline layer with crunchy pieces of hazelnut, or a salted caramel filling with crunchy caramel flakes, or rich chocolate ganache and crunchy chocolate chunks.
Drooling yet? We are.
Nestle At least they come in boxes so you don’t have to pick a flavour at the till
The only downside to these KitKats is that they only come in bite-size bars.
The good news is is that they do come in boxes with all three flavours, so you won’t have to choose a flavour at the till.
The boxes weigh 200g – so that about 20 bars – and RRP at £3.99. You’ll also be able to buy a hazlenut flavour only box too.
Nestle have only just launched them so you’ll be able to get your hands on them from February 27.
What other KitKat flavours have recently been launched?
Shoppers have also spotted lemon drizzle flavour KitKats hitting the shelves in Asda but chocoholics aren’t sure what to think.
The chocolate makers have also launched a range of new posh Swiss chocolate bars. But the Les Recettes De L’Atelier sharing bars will set you back £3.50 each.
Nestle bosses have launched a desperate bid to save one of Britain’s best-loved sweet treats – the KitKat fingers – from an uncertain future.
Nestle and Cadbury have been locked in a 12-year legal battle, with Nestle fearing that if they can’t protect the design of the bars, it would lead to Britain being flooded with cheap, rip-off KitKats.
When are pink KitKats available in the UK?
Nestlé has covered their iconic KitKat with Ruby chocolate and they are available to buy in Tesco from Monday, April 16.
The four-fingered snack is coming to the UK after becoming a big hit in Japan and South Korea and will cost 85p.
Alex Gonnella, Marketing Director for Nestlé’s UK confectionery business, said: “Ruby chocolate is a big innovation in confectionery.
“We are very proud that KitKat is the first major brand in the UK to feature this exciting new chocolate.”
The quirky chocolate treat will then be rolled out at stores across the USA.
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