Wasabi Flavored Kit Kats

For some reason the Japanese really love Kit Kats. They make’em in all sorts of awesome flavors such as blueberry cheesecake and green tea, but Wasabi really takes the cake on both flavor and curiosity. If you’re thinking you’re gonna get a mouthful of pungent wasabi that burns the inside of your nose all the way up to your brain, you couldn’t be farther from the truth.

The white chocolate complements the wasabi well by toning it down, but still preserving the flavor without the burn. This is the good stuff…Why  do we only get ordinary chocolate Kit Kats in America? ($24/case of 12 @ jlist.com)



Lucia Phan has a Bachelors Degree from the University of California, Berkeley in Food & City Culture and Environmental Economics. She is the founder of Banana Slug Edibles, where she bakes specialty cakes and cupcakes for patients in Orange County & Los Angeles. In her free time she likes to collect recipes and will forever be searching for the best chocolate chip cookie recipe known to man.



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    I love Kit Kat and willing to eat this new flavor. 

  • Jamie Bassett

    They like them so much because the name Kit Kat resembles the Japanese phrase Kittu Katsu which is a good luck phrase, and kit kats are actually given out a well-wishing gifts to people. The different flavors stem from the different islands of Japan and there are over 98. Kit Kat win.