There I am in Seoul, South Korea. I had taken the train from Busan earlier that day and decided to buy some snacks at the nearby 7-Eleven where I find this Strawberry Tiramisu Kit Kat!
As a tiramisu lover, I was excited to try this strawberry tiramisu Kit Kat! I was curious how it would taste.
Interesting thing was that the outside of the box is in Korean but the packets inside were in Japanese. This made me wonder if this was a Japanese Kit Kat that was sold for Korean or if it was simply imported into South Korean.
Sure enough after a quick search online, I found that Nestle opened a flag ship Kit Kat store in Seoul to sell Japanese Kit Kat flavors. Kit Kat was one of the common things Korean tourists would buy a lot of whenever they were in Japan so it only natural to make Japanese Kit Kats available to locals.
I got this at a regular 7-Eleven in Seoul, South Korea.
I bought this for $1500 KRW = about $1.27USD for 2 boxes. Each packet brought 3 snack size packets.
As soon as I opened it I could smell the cheese. I was curious if they actually used mascarpone cheese. The bar tasted slightly bitter because of the berries. The coffee flavor in the candy was strong. I assume the creaminess of the outer bar was white chocolate, maybe mixed with cheese.
I was pretty excited for this strawberry tiramisu kit kat but it wasn’t one of my favorites out of all the different flavors I’ve tried so far.
Check out my list of different Kit Kats I’ve tried so far. I update it as I find new flavors to try.
|65 Calories per||1 SERVING (11.6g)||BOX (34.8g)|
Would I buy this again? No.
I tried the strawberry tiramisu kit kat twice and that was enough for me. I gave away my last pack to someone else to try. I just didn’t enjoy the flavor as much as I initially thought I would. Maybe my expectation were a little too high. Still I was happy to try this flavor!
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