Japan is well-known for its incredible variety of Kit Kat flavors found nowhere else in the world, like wasabi, edamame soybean, cinnamon cookie, and more. This time around, it’s a very adult flavor that Nestlé Japan has come up with: a Scotch whisky-infused Kit Kat.
The Kit Kats are made using crumbled pieces of cacao nibs aged in barrels of Scotch whisky on the Scottish island of Islay, which is hallowed ground for whisky lovers. The barrels are rotated once a week to make sure the nibs adopt the taste and aroma of the whisky. The result will be a chocolate infused with a peaty whisky finish.