Japanese Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor Chocolate Bar

In the Welcia drugstore where I bought these okra tempura chips and Umaibo Halloween bag, I also came across a new flavor of Japanese Kit Kat “MILK TEA (ミルクティー)”.

This time, Nestle Japan carries the chocolate bars in chic tartan check bags, which make the product eye-catching and set it apart from its counterparts.

It also caught my eye and intrigued me, driving me to grab it.

Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor from Nestle Japan

Japanese Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor

This is what I picked up at the Welcia drugstore, Japanese Kit Kat Mini Milk Tea Flavor. The packaging is quite stylish and appealing, right?!

Japanese Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor Packaging

The chocolate bar is individually packed as usual. This time, each packaging has a simple English message, making it more adorable.

Chocolate Bar

Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor Chocolate Bars

These Kit Kat bars beautifully capture the taste of Japanese milk tea and never let us down as always.

Kit Kat Japan Milk Tea Flavor Chocolate Bar

According to the official website of Nestle Japan, the fresh cream in the wafers is scented with powdered black tea, which makes this chocolate more flavorful and addictive.

Japanese Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor Chocolate Mini Bar

I know it’s difficult to get this product outside of Japan. But with these Kit Kat bars, you will definitely be reminded of the delicious taste of Japanese milk tea!

Ingredients and Calories

Japanese Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor Ingredients Nutrition Facts Product Descriptions

Lastly, here is the backside of the package, where the ingredients used and nutrition facts are listed. 

Based on that, this Kit Kat Milk Tea Flavor chocolate has 64 kcal per piece (11.6 grams).


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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