Putting the bar in Kit Kat bar, Nestlé has expanded its line of booze-flavored Japanese chocolates to include a full-on cocktail. Kit Kat Densetsu Fukkatsu: Orange Cocktail Noir not only combines three languages (Japanese, English and French), it also combines the three flavors (dark chocolate—the base for the entire noir line of Kit Kats—orange and rum) into a snackable mixed drink. Before you get too excited about getting tipsy on a single break, know that the bar only contains about 0.8 percent alcohol, but the rum finish on the palate will still please any fan of the sugar cane-based spirit.
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The limited edition flavor is sold at Kit Kat Chocolatory stores in Japan in boxes of four individually wrapped packets, each of which contain two mini bars. Should the elaborate packaging not give it away—the box and wrappers have the word “special” literally written all over them—the orange cocktail flavor is at the high end of Kit Kat’s offerings.