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Who's Ready For an Ube-Flavored KitKat?

KitKat is coming out with limited-edition Filipino flavors.
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KitKat has its classics, but they're also known to get playful and produce different limited-edition flavors. Japan already has more than 300 flavors with some of the most unique being the Momji Manju. And the Philippines could be next. 

KitKat Philippines is putting up a KitKat Chocolatory pop up where they will be offering handcrafted KitKat in two special Filipino-inspired flavors.

The KitKat Chocolatory is a boutique concept that already exists in countries like Japan, Sydney, Bangkok, and some parts in Europe, where you can customize your own chocolate bar with localized flavors. 

Just by observing the photos released by KitKat Philippines, we're going to make an assumption that one of the flavors is ube and cheese. The other flavor looks like it will have mango, graham, and cream: all the ingredients to make the well-loved mango graham float.

If you want to get your hands on these limited-edition Filipino-flavored KitKat, make sure to drop by the KitKat Chocolatory pop up at SM Megamall Hall starting December 18 to 25, 2019.

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For more information and updates, follow KitKat Philippines on Facebook and Instagram.

This story originally appeared on Yummy.phMinor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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