Japan is well-known for its wide variety of Kit Kats, with flavors ranging from New York cheese cake, wasabi, red bean, pumpkin pudding, and of course the all time favorite green tea.

Nestle Japan have revealed that starting from February 1, they will release a new flavor based on the country’s traditional rice wine, sake as it is known internationally.

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The new Kit Kats contain sake powder which has been kneaded into the white chocolate-encased wafers, giving the chocolates all the flavor and aroma of a top-quality rice wine, while providing a light and refreshing aftertaste. The new variety will come in three-pack boxes for 150 yen ($1.24 USD) at convenience stores, while the specially designed nine-piece box will be available for 700 ($5.77 USD) yen from souvenir stores around the country.

Source: rocketnews24