Perfect souvenir!

Good morning everyone,

I don't know about you, but I swear it started raining the heaviest just as I was heading home. I would've got drenched if I hadn't had my rain gear. Today is looking mostly grey and overcast with a  chance of rain. It'll clear up and be sunny for the next three days-although it's looking pretty chilly tomorrow. The high will get up to 'only' 19C. (C'mon, let's be honest-19C isn't that chilly, is it?) The rest of the weekend will see highs in the mid 20s.

This new Kit Kat flavor certainly sounds fascinating, but you can only buy them at strictly limited locations!


That’s right, did you know that there are some Kit Kat items that you can only buy at certain airports in Japan? The new “Hokkaido Melon with Mascarpone Cheese” Kit Kat is one such product, and they’re sold exclusively at specific areas within some of the major international airports in Japan. The name of the flavor alone was more than enough to capture my attention!

The actual product is made with Hokkaido melon and mascarpone cheese powder sandwiched between those familiar Kit Kat wafers and covered in white chocolate. I have to say, the gentle and sweet taste of melon with the creamy flavor of mascarpone cheese certainly sounds like an attractive combination! And hey, if Canteloupe Melon and Cream Frappuccino can be a hit, I see no reason why melon-flavored Kit Kats shouldn’t taste awesome, right?

The Hokkaido Melon with Mascarpone Cheese Kit Kat comes in a “mini” size package containing three pieces of the treat. There are also currently three other types of airport exclusive Kit Kats, “Japanese Strawberry“, “Uji Matcha” and “Sakura Matcha” which all come in the same size as well.

▼ Okay, they all look awfully tempting. Someone, please give me a reason to travel so I can pass through an airport!

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If you’re traveling to or from Japan, you may want to keep your eyes open for these special Kit Kats, as they’re sure to make coveted gifts for sweets lovers… although you may have a hard time choosing which flavor to buy. (Seriously, how are you supposed to choose between strawberry, matcha, sakura, and melon?) If you happen to be passing through one of the major airports in Japan (I'm guessing Hiroshima Airport doesn't count...ha ha!), make sure you pick some up for your favourite English teacher! Don't worry about choosing between the flavours-I'll take any of them...or all of them, if you're feeling generous!

Have a great day!

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