Anyone headed to Japan is always excited to collect the different Kit Kat flavors. I’m one of these people! My travels through the continent of Asia made me realize that other countries had their own flavors too, NOT just Japan!
It’s true, Japan has the biggest, strangest variety of Kit Kat flavors, but you shouldn’t miss out on other flavors too. Now when I travel, I keep a look out for products like this and even for different flavors of ice cream at Mc.Donald’s.
While they don’t have available all flavors around the world, you can still check out the Kit Kat website for new flavor updates!
I found this by chance when I went shopping at the Cold Storage grocery store in the lower level of the Sunway Putra Mall in the city of Kuala Lumpur. From what I understand, this can be found in multiple Asian countries. The packaging info on the back has Malay, Vietnamese and Indonesian.
Milk Tea Kit Kat
I actually found this at Sunway Putra Mall at the Cold Storage grocery store in the city of Kuala Lumpur my first time. However, the packaging is in Thai so I believe that it’s originally a Thai flavor. When I arrived in Bangkok, Thailand, this is the flavor I found in 7-Eleven’s.
Strawberry Tiramisu Kit Kat
I had forgotten all about Kit Kat’s by the time I landed in South Korea. There’s just so much to see, I accidently found this at a convenient store in Seoul while looking for some late night snacks.
Tokyo Banana Kit Kat
This one is a hard to miss. It’s all over Tokyo! Tokyo Banana is a very popular brand in Japan and they do more flavors than just banana. This is the Kit Kat collaboration they’re currently promoting.
Sakura Sake Kit Kat
This is one of my all time favorite flavors! Like many of the flavors sold in Japan, you can find these in giant bags and in 12 pack boxes. This 3 pack boxes, I only found in Osaka.
Hojicha Roasted Green Tea Kit Kat
I found this flavor in Osaka in a 7-Eleven. It’s funny because I couldn’t find the Matcha Kit Kat anywhere in Japan.
Purple Sweet Potato Kit Kat
I bought this at the Fukuoka Airport before leaving. You can find this 12 pack in nearly every airport, tourist gift shop, Don Quijote and market discount stores. I couldn’t find it in a smaller 3 pack box, so I was forced to buy this 12 pack box.
While I’m not a huge fan of mint chocolate, I found this new flavor by chance while shopping and I was curious how well the 2 halves blended together!
Another new flavor introduced by Kit Kat in the U.S. This is a very common new flavor for cereals, ice cream, cakes and chocolates, so I’m curious what flavor they decided on. It’s a hit or miss!
Just in time for the fall! New exciting Kit Kat flavor in the U.S. This is probably my favorite new flavor out of the very few made in the U.S.