Kit Kat chocolate has been arriving in all shapes and sizes lately from flavoured to chunky. In March Nestle will attempt to diversify the Kit Kat brand further with the introduction of Kit Kat Senses in the UK which will apparently be marketed at young women.
A wafer-biscuit bar with a hazelnut praline centre which will marketed as being part of a young woman’s special ‘me-time’ (pardon?) treat at only 165 calories for the 45p bar. Diversifying the brand is something the many flavoured Kit Kat variations have already been doing but this bar looks suspiciously like a Kinder Bueno.
Kit Kat was born in 1935 and as author Roald Dahl once observed, he being a bit of a chocolate professor himself, all the successful British chocolate bars were born prior to world war II.
Kinder, a division of Ferrero, launched the Bueno in 1990 .