I tried McFlurry Kitkat from McDonald’s Japan

Sometimes, I crave McDonald’s hamburgers, and today, I used their drive-through service for the first time in a while.

While waiting for my turn to order, I found two limited-time edition flavors of McFlurry on the menu, Kitkat and Cho (超: Super) Oreo, and was attracted to the former item.

McFlurry Kitkat from McDonald’s Japan

McFlurry Kitkat from McDonald's Japan

Although the Mcflurry Kitkat was available as a limited-time offer last winter, this was the first time I tried it.

Yes, I ordered one with a hamburger combo, and the dessert cost me 290 yen (about 2.8 USD).

Mcflurry Kitkat Japan Version

In the cup, a swirl of soft-serve ice cream mixed with finely crushed Nestle Kit Kat bars is further dressed with a special sweet sauce using couverture chocolate. 


McDonald's Japan Kit Kat McFlurry

The vanilla bean ice cream is smooth and milky, while the tiny Kit Kat bits are chocolatey with a nice cookie-like crunchy texture from the wafer part of the bar.

Further, the rich couverture chocolate sauce adds extra deliciousness to the treat, making it an absolute delight.

In conclusion, the Mcflurry Kitkat ice cream was so good and lived up to its reputation.


Incidentally, based on the official website of McDonald’s Japan, the Mcflurry Kitkat weighs about 163 grams and offers 331 kcal per serving.


Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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