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I designed my own Kit Kat Flavours
I designed my own Kit Kat Flavours
20th January 2022 • by Adam
20th January 2022 • You can do it too • by Adam
You can do it too
Infinite Kit Kats
When looking at the latest selection of Kit Kats available on our online shop, my attention was caught by just how specific some of these new flavour choices were. Whole grain biscuit? Save the blue ocean? Surely anything is possible at this point.

If you weren’t already aware, Japanese Kit Kats drop new flavours so often that they’ve probably already made the perfect flavour for you. There isn’t even a complete list anywhere, because of how many of the flavours are specific to certain regions or only around for a specific season or holiday. There’s been a flavour for just about every fruit, desert and seasonal treat that you can think of. Banana? Done. Peach parfait? Done. Wasabi? So done.

The question remains: what Kit Kat flavours don’t exist yet? I did some digging. The sheer amount of unique Kit Kat flavours is maddening. So how do they keep coming up with new ones?

In an effort to do the impossible, I researched all the currently available Kit Kat flavours internationally, and tried my best to create four new flavours. I even did a terrible photoshop to pre-visualise them. You can thank me later, Nestlé.
Flavour 1 - Blackberry Kit Kat
So as far as I am aware, Japanese Kit Kats have come in many fruit flavours. Arguably more fruit flavours than anything else. It seems, however, that in their attempt to cover all fruits they haven’t touched the humble blackberry. Maybe it’s because it’s not the most exciting fruit, or maybe it’s because blackberries don’t grow in that many places.

The blackberry is an underrated berry! I think it deserves its own Kit Kat flavour. If the strawberry or raspberry can get one, then why shouldn’t it, after all? You could have small blackberry flavoured ‘chunks’ amongst a white chocolate base. You could even give the chocolate coating a dark blue-ish tint to complete the aesthetic.

The tangy sweetness of blackberry seems like it could be well suited for mixing with the signature chocolate wafer of Kit Kat. I’d be willing to give it a try! Would you?
Flavour 2 - Boba Tea Kit Kat
So, this seems like the sort of Kit Kat that should already exist. Based on my research, there are few similar types such as a Milk Tea version and a ‘Royal Milk Tea’ version, but there has never been a flavour looking to emulate the wonderful combination of tea and tapioca pearls in the form of boba/bubble tea. Wouldn’t this be an exciting flavour? I think so.

Not too long ago, we had the astounding bubble tea flavour of the iconic chewy sweet Puccho. This adapted the flavour well into candy form. Frankly, I just want to see if the same thing can be achieved using a chocolate wafer as the starting point. If there’s already tea flavoured Kit Kats, how hard could it be to add some tapioca/bubble flavour? I’d like to say ‘not very,’ but I’m not an expert by any means.

Bubble Tea has really exploded in popularity over the last few years, so to me this is a flavour that just makes perfect sense.
Flavour 3 - Puccho Kit Kat
So for my third flavour, I’m putting forward a kind of strange idea. Maybe Puccho, the iconic chewy sweet from Japan needs to team up with Kit Kat. I’m not sure what exact Puccho flavour it should be - maybe the ‘miracle’ fruit mix Puccho would serve this well?

I’ve seen types of chocolate that incorporate chewy candy within it before. So why couldn’t we have a fruity, chewy, puccho Kit Kat? The textural difference could be really incredible - just imagine the crunchy chocolate wafer fused with small pieces of puccho. It could even have the slight ‘fizz’ you find in soda puccho. Or it could have more of a yoghurt-y taste that you find in Yakult Puccho. The possibilities of crossover here are literally endless.

Aesthetically, it’d be pretty cool if the bar itself was a cream colour to match the usual colour of Puccho candies. Perhaps with colourful gummy pieces!
Flavour 4 - Crunky Pepero Kit Kat
For my final attempt at making a new Kit Kat flavour, I decided I needed to go even further. It wasn’t enough to combine another snack with Kit Kat and call it a day. No. I needed to combine three.

The Crunky Pepero Flavour is the Kit Kat that dreams are made of. I say this because Crunky Pepero is already one of my favourite things in existence, so this is another crossover that I’d fight for. Given that Kit Kat is already crunchy chocolate, what’s the point in adding more crunchy ‘Crunky’ chocolate? Let me enlighten you.

Crunky is a delicious brand of crunchy chocolate that comes in a variety of flavours. Pepero is the Korean version of pocky. A couple of years ago, these two snacks collided in the form of Crunky Pepero. It’s delicious. I think it’s time we took the fusion even further and somehow put it into a Kit Kat. Two layers of crispness with smooth milk chocolate. Simple but effective. Think about how delicious it could be!
Obviously, Kit Kat has had so many flavours that coming up with completely new ones was quite a challenge. Still, if you’re reading this Nestlé, feel free to get in touch. Have you ever thought about what Japanese Kit Kat flavours we might get in the future?

That's all for this week's, but be sure to check back for more kawaii culture focused madness every week on the Tofu Cute Blog!
Infinite Kit Kats
When looking at the latest selection of Kit Kats available on our online shop, my attention was caught by just how specific some of these new flavour choices were. Whole grain biscuit? Save the blue ocean? Surely anything is possible at this point.

If you weren’t already aware, Japanese Kit Kats drop new flavours so often that they’ve probably already made the perfect flavour for you. There isn’t even a complete list anywhere, because of how many of the flavours are specific to certain regions or only around for a specific season or holiday. There’s been a flavour for just about every fruit, desert and seasonal treat that you can think of. Banana? Done. Peach parfait? Done. Wasabi? So done.

The question remains: what Kit Kat flavours don’t exist yet? I did some digging. The sheer amount of unique Kit Kat flavours is maddening. So how do they keep coming up with new ones?

In an effort to do the impossible, I researched all the currently available Kit Kat flavours internationally, and tried my best to create four new flavours. I even did a terrible photoshop to pre-visualise them. You can thank me later, Nestlé.
Flavour 1 - Blackberry Kit Kat
So as far as I am aware, Japanese Kit Kats have come in many fruit flavours. Arguably more fruit flavours than anything else. It seems, however, that in their attempt to cover all fruits they haven’t touched the humble blackberry. Maybe it’s because it’s not the most exciting fruit, or maybe it’s because blackberries don’t grow in that many places.

The blackberry is an underrated berry! I think it deserves its own Kit Kat flavour. If the strawberry or raspberry can get one, then why shouldn’t it, after all? You could have small blackberry flavoured ‘chunks’ amongst a white chocolate base. You could even give the chocolate coating a dark blue-ish tint to complete the aesthetic.

The tangy sweetness of blackberry seems like it could be well suited for mixing with the signature chocolate wafer of Kit Kat. I’d be willing to give it a try! Would you?
Flavour 2 - Boba Tea Kit Kat
So, this seems like the sort of Kit Kat that should already exist. Based on my research, there are few similar types such as a Milk Tea version and a ‘Royal Milk Tea’ version, but there has never been a flavour looking to emulate the wonderful combination of tea and tapioca pearls in the form of boba/bubble tea. Wouldn’t this be an exciting flavour? I think so.

Not too long ago, we had the astounding bubble tea flavour of the iconic chewy sweet Puccho. This adapted the flavour well into candy form. Frankly, I just want to see if the same thing can be achieved using a chocolate wafer as the starting point. If there’s already tea flavoured Kit Kats, how hard could it be to add some tapioca/bubble flavour? I’d like to say ‘not very,’ but I’m not an expert by any means.

Bubble Tea has really exploded in popularity over the last few years, so to me this is a flavour that just makes perfect sense.
Flavour 3 - Puccho Kit Kat
So for my third flavour, I’m putting forward a kind of strange idea. Maybe Puccho, the iconic chewy sweet from Japan needs to team up with Kit Kat. I’m not sure what exact Puccho flavour it should be - maybe the ‘miracle’ fruit mix Puccho would serve this well?

I’ve seen types of chocolate that incorporate chewy candy within it before. So why couldn’t we have a fruity, chewy, puccho Kit Kat? The textural difference could be really incredible - just imagine the crunchy chocolate wafer fused with small pieces of puccho. It could even have the slight ‘fizz’ you find in soda puccho. Or it could have more of a yoghurt-y taste that you find in Yakult Puccho. The possibilities of crossover here are literally endless.

Aesthetically, it’d be pretty cool if the bar itself was a cream colour to match the usual colour of Puccho candies. Perhaps with colourful gummy pieces!
Flavour 4 - Crunky Pepero Kit Kat
For my final attempt at making a new Kit Kat flavour, I decided I needed to go even further. It wasn’t enough to combine another snack with Kit Kat and call it a day. No. I needed to combine three.

The Crunky Pepero Flavour is the Kit Kat that dreams are made of. I say this because Crunky Pepero is already one of my favourite things in existence, so this is another crossover that I’d fight for. Given that Kit Kat is already crunchy chocolate, what’s the point in adding more crunchy ‘Crunky’ chocolate? Let me enlighten you.

Crunky is a delicious brand of crunchy chocolate that comes in a variety of flavours. Pepero is the Korean version of pocky. A couple of years ago, these two snacks collided in the form of Crunky Pepero. It’s delicious. I think it’s time we took the fusion even further and somehow put it into a Kit Kat. Two layers of crispness with smooth milk chocolate. Simple but effective. Think about how delicious it could be!
Obviously, Kit Kat has had so many flavours that coming up with completely new ones was quite a challenge. Still, if you’re reading this Nestlé, feel free to get in touch. Have you ever thought about what Japanese Kit Kat flavours we might get in the future?

That's all for this week's, but be sure to check back for more kawaii culture focused madness every week on the Tofu Cute Blog!
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About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
About the Author: Adam
Adam is the lead writer of the Tofu Cute Blog and Wordsmith person at Team Tofu. When he's not making fun content for Tofu Cute, he enjoys being a huge nerd. He spends his free time gaming, reading, cooking and figuring out ways to make Godzilla and other giant monsters real.
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