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Japanese Kit Kat Taste Test

Which do you think you would like best of the three flavors we tried? Wasabi, Edamame or Green Tea & Chery Blossom.

If you are unfamiliar with some of these odd flavors…

Green Tea has a flavor all of its own. Various types of green tea taste different, much like how different brands of chocolate taste different. Some taste nutty, others taste earthy, others taste like clear grass without the bite.

Wasabi is most easily described as a slow to burn horseradish that affects your nose.

Edamame are young green soy beans and taste kind of like crisp and firm lima beans.

clockwise from the top - Wasabi, Edamame and Green Tea.

It sounds like a candy with tea and flower might be the best but we all agreed it was so bland it wasn’t giving us much to taste. So, maybe you are thinking the bean but YUCK! It was a gross flavor of beany sweetness. That leave our favorite, Wasabi – the horseradish flavored one! Who knew!?

Here is another more detailed taste test on fellow did last year called Kit Kat Sat.


About trueindigo

vegan, runner, blogger, mom, model, artist, tarot reader.

3 responses »

  1. Wow, I haven’t had a Kit Kat in forever, but I would love to try all of these strange Japanese flavors. I love edamame, wasabi and green tea on their own, but in a candy bar…not so sure: )

    I love your blog, and awesome name. Thanks for sending me a friend request on Foodbuzz!

    • The Kit Kats were a fun taste test, my son bought them back from Japan. More of a novelty than anything, I don’t think I would get any of the flavors all that often – ha! Thanks for checking out my blog!

  2. What extraordinary Kit-Kats!


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