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.
Orange Cocktail Noir is the latest accomplishment in Kit Kat’s quest to alchemize an entire liquor store into chocolate. Past offerings have included Sake (which comes in a fake sake bottle), Rum Raisin, Champagne Raspberry, Wine, and the spiritual predecessor to Orange Cocktail, the Brandy and Orange flavor. But considering that rival candy maker Glico already has a flavor of Pocky designed specifically to pair with Japanese whisky, Nestlé better step up their game. We’ll take our Brandy Alexander and Grasshopper flavors whenever you’re ready, Kit Kat.