Have you heard the scoop? The KitKat team has today announced two cool new flavours – ice cream inspired Mint Choc Chip and Caramel Crisp.
This summer, chocolate lovers can get ready to “scoop up their break” with the new additions that are set to make your mouth melt. Available in the iconic KitKat block and 4-finger KitKat bar, the new range is inspired by Australia’s favourite ice cream flavours.
KitKat Ice Cream Inspired Mint Choc Chip offers crisp wafer fingers covered in creamy mint flavoured choc, topped with Swiss cocoa crisps, all on a smooth milk chocolate base.
KitKat Ice Cream Inspired Caramel Crisp includes crisp wafer fingers covered in creamy caramel flavoured choc, topped with French caramel flakes, all on a creamy white chocolate base.
KitKat’s Joyce Tan said: “There are two things we know Australians love – summer and ice-cream.
“With mint and caramel continuing to come out on top as fan favourites, what better way to enjoy these flavours and a break over summer, than with our new ice-cream inspired KitKat bars.”
KitKat Ice Cream Inspired Mint Choc Chip and Caramel Crisp range is available nationwide at all major supermarkets and select convenience stores.
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