Kit Kat Mini Tokyo Cacao (Pack of 6)

Japan-grown cacao-flavor chocolate biscuits

There are by now dozens of Japan-only Kit Kat flavors: green matcha tea, sake, sweet potatoes from Okinawa, cherry blossoms, and azuki red beans have all been used by Nestle to bring to locals and tourists in Japan the real tastes of the country. But there's something even more special about the Kit Kat Mini Tokyo Cacao and it is evident even from the packaging, which is an actual box instead of the usual Kit Kat bag. The real difference, though, is in the contents: unlike the other Kit Kat Japan-only biscuits, these ones only contain cocoa. And it's Tokyo cocoa!

Twenty years ago, a gentleman called Masayuki Hiratsuka, president of a Saitama-based chocolate maker called Hiratsuka Seika, decided that he would try to grow cacao trees on Japanese soil. For the location of his experiment, he chose the Ogasawara Islands, which belong to Tokyo but are about 550 nautical miles south of it in the Pacific Ocean, just seven degrees north of the international cacao belt. The experiment worked and the Kit Kat Mini Tokyo Cacao is the result: 30% of the cocoa contained in these six Kit Kat Mini snacks has been grown in Tokyo, putting them among the few genuine "Tokyo chocolates" in the world!

Specs and Features:

  • Exclusive to Japan
  • Contains 6 individually wrapped chocolate biscuits
  • Made partially (29%) with cacao from Tokyo's Ogasawara Islands
  • Weight: 110 g (3.9 oz)
  • Energy (per piece): 57 kcal
  • Protein (per piece): 0.71 g
  • Fat (per piece): 3.6 g
  • Carbohydrates (per piece): 5.4 g
  • Salt equivalent (per piece): 0.001- 0.004 g
  • Contains: cocoa mass, cocoa beans from Ghana and Ogasawara Islands, Tokyo, sugar, cocoa butter, wheat flour, lactose, vegetable oil, cocoa powder, yeast, whole milk powder, soybeans, baking soda, fragrance
  • Box size: 19.3 x 15.4 x 2.2 cm (7.6 x 6 x 0.9")
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