Nestlé has expanded its KitKat portfolio with the introduction of new mint and orange dark chocolate variants in Australia.
KitKat Dark Tasmanian Mint features mint chocolate that is made using oil from mint grown in Tasmania.
Meanwhile, KitKat Dark Southern Australian Orange features orange chocolate that incorporates oil from blood oranges grown in the South Australian Riverland and Sunraysia region.
“Dark chocolate is synonymous with moments of everyday indulgence, and as Aussies increasingly spend more time at home, we’re seeing that they want to elevate their evenings with moments of decadence,” said Nestlé head of marketing confectionery, Joyce Tan.
“So, we’re excited to take KitKat and dark chocolate lovers on a journey of discovery, exploring the provenance of Tasmania and Southern Australia with these new flavour pairings.
“Using quality ingredients from our own backyard, the new flavours add intrigue to our well-loved dark chocolate range as an indulgent and stimulating chocolate treat.”
The two new KitKat varieties are available in 170g blocks from supermarkets across the country.
Nestlé recently expanded its KitKat offering for the UK and Ireland with the introduction of a new marbled bar, KitKat Zebra.
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