Japanese Kit Kat Summer Ice Cream Flavor

As you know, Nestle Japan sometimes creates an interesting unique flavor Kit Kat, and in fact, yesterday I accidentally found that kind of flavor in a supermarket.

Here in Japan, now it is summer and the Japanese Kit Kat actually recreates the taste of everyone’s favorite ice cream.

Kit Kat Mini Summer Ice Cream Flavor from Nestle Japan

Kit Kat Mini Summer Ice Cream Flavor

Based on some online sources, this Kit Kat Mini Summer Ice Cream Flavor was released on July 12 of this year (2021) and its price is 129 yen (about 1.2 USD).

This time, Nestle Japan teams up with the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, nicknamed “Miraikan”, and sets up a website for children named “Mirai (Future) Question (未来クエスチョン)”.

Accordingly, these packs of Kit Kat also have questions on the front that get kids to think about the future, like “What kind of game would you like to play on the moon?”

Chocolate Bar

Japanese Kit Kat Summer Ice Cream Flavor

The chocolate bar of this Kit Kat has a look that is associated with crunch ice cream. It actually uses ice cream flavoring and crispy flakes of “Feuillantine (French baked confection)” and contains 0.7 percent of cream powder.

The inside is the usual wafers so the chocolate bar has a pleasant crunch and the overall taste is indeed quite similar to crunch chocolate chip ice cream, yes very yummy!

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Kit Kat Mini Summer Ice Cream Flavor Ingredients

Kit Kat Mini Summer Ice Cream Flavor Nutrition Facts and Calories

Lastly, for people who want to know the specific ingredients and nutrition facts of the Japanese Summer Ice Cream Flavor Kit Kat, here are the labels.

Tomo

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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