KITKAT goes gourmet
Nestlé’s KITKAT has launched a new gourmet flavour range.
Inspired by creations made at the KITKAT Chocolatory in Melbourne, the new flavours include Mint Cream and Cookie Smash, Caramel Burst and Sea Salt, and Espresso Biscuit Ganache.
To help launch the range, KITKAT are using the chocolates to create desserts at Sydney’s KOI Bar. The desserts have been designed by celebrity chef, Reynold Pornomo.
Anna Stewart, Nestle Head of Marketing – Confectionary, said Australians are increasingly looking for ways to make every day extra special.
“Rey has a talent for adding a moment of decadence into everyday with his extraordinary desserts and we’re excited to have partnered with him to showcase our new range inspired by the indulgent combinations found in our KITKAT Chocolatory,” she said.
The new KITKAT’s are available now in 140g blocks from Coles and independent supermarkets, including UGA.
The desserts can be purchased from KOI Dessert Bar in Sydney from 18 May 2017 – 15 June 2017 for AUD $15 each.
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