KitKat Has Launched A New Chunky Flavour — But We Can't Believe It Didn't Already Exist?!

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KitKat Has Launched A New Chunky Flavour — But We Can't Believe It Didn't Already Exist?!

You can't beat a KitKat Chunky, especially when there's wonderfully-whacky flavours like Salted Caramel Popcorn, Peanut Butter, Cookie Dough, Coconut, Chocolate Fudge and New York Cheesecake up for grabs.

But what if we told you that the chocolate brand has dropped another flavour, one that we can't quite believe wasn't already a thing?

Landing on shelves as we speak, say hello to KitKat's Chunky Caramel. Yes that's right, this simple yet delightful flavour is brand new!

Featuring a thick layer of runny caramel sitting on top of the brand’s classic wafer, and of course encased by a layer of mouth-watering milk chocolate, we don't even have to wait to try the new choc, as it's available in convenience stores and supermarkets right now.

Callum Smith, Assistant Brand Manager for KitKat said in the press release: "A new KitKat Chunky is always one of the year’s most anticipated confectionery launches, and we think fans will be delighted with our latest innovation."

And he isn't wrong. The launch is already causing a stir on Instagram's snack pages, with leading account @NewFoodsUK saying of the launch, "New KitKat Chunky Caramel! 😮 We remember a few years back they did a Double Caramel KitKat and we loved it, so hoping this is similar! 😎"

Callum from KitKat added in the release: "Caramel is officially the nation’s number one flavour*, and we’ve taken it to the next level by combining a delicious layer of runny caramel with our crisp KitKat wafer to create a taste sensation. When we trialled the newest Chunky flavour at Nestlé House we got a rapturous response, so we can’t wait to hear what everybody thinks!"

Photo credit: Content Studio York
Photo credit: Content Studio York
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