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KitKat Has Released Christmas Feast-Themed Packs with Baked Ham and Pudding-Flavoured Chocolates

There's also a prosciutto, melon and champagne variety — and honey glazed carrots.
By Sarah Ward
November 22, 2020
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KitKat Has Released Christmas Feast-Themed Packs with Baked Ham and Pudding-Flavoured Chocolates

There's also a prosciutto, melon and champagne variety — and honey glazed carrots.
By Sarah Ward
November 22, 2020
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No one in the world asked for cough drop-flavoured KitKats, but that's a flavour that the chocolate brand has indeed whipped up. It's known for creating weird and wonderful varieties, as you will have spotted if you've ever been to Japan and perused the confectionary section of a convenience store — and if you're an Australian chocolate fiend keen on some creative sweets this Christmas, the company has quite the feast on offer as well.

Actually, KitKat's new Aussie range of festive-themed choccies are inspired by an Australian Christmas feast, with four flavours available in one pack. It's designed to mimic the experience of eating your way through a multi-course Xmas lunch or dinner, so there's a prosciutto, melon and champagne variety to start with — which comes as part of a white chocolate KitKat.

Next, it's on to the main course, aka a milk chocolate KitKat that tastes like baked ham with orange and clove glaze. But you can't just have meat without some vegetables on the side, so there's also a honey glazed carrots KitKat, because of course there is. Then, last but not least comes the Christmas pudding with brandy custard version — for dessert, although the whole chocolate spread obviously falls into that category.

Folks in Sydney and Melbourne can pick up a KitKat Chocolatory Christmas Feast pack for $25 in-store — and each one comes with one finger of all of the aforementioned flavours. If you're keen and you live elsewhere throughout Australia, you can order packs online to be delivered to your door.

For more information about the KitKat Chocolatory Christmas Feast pack, head to KitKat's Australian website.

Published on November 22, 2020 by Sarah Ward

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