Nestlé Orange Kit Kat (Japan)

19 04 2007

Japanese Orange Kit Kat

I had to put Japan in brackets for this one, because I plan on reviewing the UK version of Kit Kat Orange soon, and there may very well be a difference between the two.

Mine wasn’t in a box so I can’t comment on that, but the packs were full orange, with a little picture of an orange on. Opening the packs reveals a decent smelling orange smell.

The taste isn’t quite up to scratch though, I’m sure the British version will be better than this. This doesn’t taste quite balanced, the orange is a little too strong, then fades almost completely, it doesn’t seem to be mixed too well. It’s a little hard to describe, but this wasn’t bad, just a little odd and unbalanced, maybe the orange flavouring they used was different, maybe it was the chocolate, though it was probably both.

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4 responses

19 04 2007
Loki

In a large pile of blogs that seem to have no real purpose, it’s refreshing to see one that has such a clearly designed goal. Even if it is just about chocolate. 😉

_Loki

19 04 2007
cybele

We had an orange version in the States, but it was white chocolate. The Canadians had an orange one with milk chocolate though, it was okay. I think I’d prefer a dark chocolate and orange one. (Or those Japanese Tagaki gourmet ones.)

19 04 2007
Terry

Loki – I feel the best blogs are ones that concentrate on specific things, I’ve seen far too many blogs with a million categories as the blogger attempts to discuss everything from politics to their own personal life, and everything inbetween. I could do that, but this is The Chocolate Review, not The World Review.

Cybele – A dark chocolate and orange version sounds pretty good actually. It’s strange that I’ve never tasted that combo in any chocolate, let alone just in a Kit Kat. How was the white chocolate version, if you tasted it at all.

20 04 2007
Loki

Terry, keep it up! You’re doing a great job.

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