KITKAT Chocolatory launches new flavours with Aussie designer
Melbourne’s KITKAT Chocolatory has collaborated with Australian designer Georgia Perry to launch a new Kit Kat range.
The range includes both chocolates and accessories and consists of:
- Collectable Pins (a rocket, a KITKAT bar and KITKAT lucky cat)
- Georgia Perry Create Your Break Packaging
- A Stylish Tote Bag
- A Luxurious Silk Scarf
- Georgia Perry for KITKAT CHOCOLATORY Collection – 6 exclusive GP flavours, gift tin, scarf and KITKAT bar pin
The single finger Kit Kat flavours include dark cherry, tropical delight, cinnamon doughnut, hazelnut pretzel butterballs, lemon meringue and maccha fruit pretzel.
KITKAT Chocolatory CHOCOLATORY Head Chocolatier, Connie Yuen, said: “We’re so thrilled to be working with Georgia as she is a true creative Australian talent, renowned for her originality and ability to bring her imagination to life.
“KITKAT CHOCOLATORY is all about offering a creative and individual premium chocolate experience, and Georgia embodies that entirely. She has stamped her distinctive style on the boutique with her unique accessories, and has inspired the creation of our KITKAT Special Edition Single Finger flavours.”
The range is available now with prices starting from AUD $15.
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