KitKat has teamed up with an iconic chocolate brand to release a choc block that will be sure to get Aussie’s drooling.
It’s been announced that KitKat has partnered with Milky Bar to release the mouthwatering treat. The variations come in a large chocolate block, a share pack, and an individual bar.
The new white chocolate offering was posted online by food blogger @nectoriouspapi earlier this month.
Shannon Wright, Nestlé marketing manager of confectionery, told news.com.au: “We know that both KitKat and Milkybar have loyal fans who love each of them for their unique choc taste – we can’t wait to see what they think of this iconic collaboration of the two!
“In bringing together not just Australia’s #1 chocolate bar but our favourite white chocolate too, this exciting mash-up, introduces a delicious addition to the KitKat range in Australia and lets fans enjoy their favourite break with a new milk twist.”
From April, 7-Eleven stores across the country will be selling 45-gram KitKat Milkybars for a bargain price of $2. And, from May 3, other supermarkets will be stocking 160-gram blocks for $5.50, while Coles will have an exclusive 154-gram share pack for the same price.
KitKat regularly teams up with different chocolate bars – usually within the Nestle realm – to release variations of their chocolate product. Last year, KitKat collaborated with the popular drink brand Milo.
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“Break into our new KitKat range with crisp wafer packed with soft MILO filling all covered in deliciously smooth milk chocolate,” is how it was tantalisingly described.
“We’re beyond thrilled and proud to announce KitKat’s biggest ever collaboration with KitKat packed with Milo, said Nestlé’s head of marketing Joyce Tan.
“We know KitKat lovers are passionate about how they eat their KitKat and similarly, Milo fans have unique ways of enjoying their hot or cold Milo. So now, we can’t wait to see how Aussies enjoy their KitKat packed with Milo.”
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