KitKat launches exciting new Lotus Biscoff flavour

KitKat launches exciting new flavour with a caramelised biscuit spread and chocolate coating

Australians can now indulge in a new KitKat flavoured with Lotus Biscoff The treat contains a caramelised cinnamon spread made from the iconic biscuit The ‘special edition’ is available online and at KitKat Chocolatory stores 

KitKat has released a new Lotus Biscoff flavour for Australian customers to enjoy.

The ‘special edition’ contains a crunchy, caramelised cinnamon spread made from Lotus Biscoff biscuit sandwiched between classic KitKat wafers covered in creamy milk chocolate. 

Biscoff is an iconic Belgium biscuit often served with tea or coffee.

The new flavour is available from the KitKat Australia website for $8 per 85g packet or $30 per pack of four. 

The 'special edition' contains a crunchy, caramelised cinnamon spread made from Lotus Biscoff biscuit sandwiched between classic KitKat wafers covered in creamy milk chocolate

The ‘special edition’ contains a crunchy, caramelised cinnamon spread made from Lotus Biscoff biscuit sandwiched between classic KitKat wafers covered in creamy milk chocolate 

The brand has one boutique in Sydney’s Mid City shopping mall and another in Melbourne CBD, which became the first permanent ‘KitKat Chocolatory’ outside Japan when it opened in 2016. 

Customers in Sydney and Melbourne can also try the latest treat exclusively at KitKat Chocolatory stores.

But because the bar is a ‘special edition’, it is likely to be available for a limited time only.

Earlier this month Nestlé hinted vegan KitKat could be coming to Australia soon after the brand delighted fans across the globe with the launch of the plant-based version. 

The new flavour (pictured) is available from the KitKat Australia website for $8 per 85g packet or $30 per pack of four

The new flavour (pictured) is available from the KitKat Australia website for $8 per 85g packet or $30 per pack of four

One of the world’s most popular chocolate bars have been transformed into a vegan option, with many claiming it tastes just as good as the real deal.

The plant-based version features a ‘perfect balance’ between crispy wafer and smooth chocolate that people know and love.

‘It’s absolutely divine and tastes. It tastes just how I remember a regular KitKat to be, very impressed,’ a UK vegan food blogger wrote on Instagram.

Earlier this month Nestlé hinted vegan KitKat could be coming to Australia soon after the confectionery brand delighted fans around the globe with the launch of the plant-based version

Earlier this month Nestlé hinted vegan KitKat could be coming to Australia soon after the confectionery brand delighted fans around the globe with the launch of the plant-based version

A Nestlé spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia the vegan KitKat will be launched later in the year across a number of countries worldwide but remained tight lipped about the exact launch date.

The new vegan KitKat – called KitKat V – has so far launched in the UK, with several countries expected to follow suit.

‘One of the most common requests we see on social media is for a vegan, so we’re delighted to be able to make that wish come true,’ Nestlé head of confectionery, Alexander von Maillot, said.