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Nestlé Launches Liquid-Nitrogen-Cooled Kit Kats to Amaze Taste Buds

  • 17
  • 09
  • 2016

The tasty chocolate-coated wafer biscuit bar, Kit Kat, has outdone our expectations before and is not planning to stop.

Having 300 different flavors of Kit Kat bars is not enough, now there is a kick to it, a rather cool one.

Nestlé Japan, with eight chocolate Kit Kat boutiques around the country, opened a ninth one in the Daikanyama district.

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The new Chocolatory branch, called “Kit Kat Chocolatory Wonderland Store” but marketed as the “Below Freezing Chocolatory,” offered a one-of-a-kind experience called the “Minus-196 Celsius” Kit Kat.

The process consisted of instantly cooling a Kit Kat bar with liquid nitrogen. It began using the “Moleson” Kit Kat that comes with a fine selection of dried fruits and nuts.

With the increasing demand and the variety of customers, each had the chance to choose three toppings out of 20 ingredients plus a dessert sauce of their choice. Everything was then carefully put over the Moleson Kit Kat bar before it was cooled in liquid nitrogen.

The boutique offered the chance to take commemorative photos with a special photo booth to freeze time and remember the delightful experience sometime in the future. Plus, customers were able to taste all kinds of unfrozen ingredients and pure chocolate pieces.

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If you were in the area from the 5 – 16 of August and tried this crunchy, cool treat, then we envy you. If not, maybe the limited time promotion will be available one day in your future and hopefully in ours.

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