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Fan of KitKats?

This should brighten up your day.

Not only are KitKat Senses now available as fab single bars but KitKat made with Ruby chocolate goes on sale nationwide from today.

So sweet treats at lunch are sorted.

Nestlé is expanding the range of KitKat Senses, and that means two never-before-seen bars which are: Salted Caramel and Hazelnut. 

So what's in them?

They are the perfect combination of delicious KitKat chocolate and wafer with a thick layer of indulgent salted caramel filling infused with crunchy caramel flakes (Salted Caramel variant) or a layer of sumptuous praline and crunchy hazelnut pieces (Hazelnut variant).

Our mouths are watering.

And then we come onto the ruby chocolate.


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It launched in Tesco in 2018 and it was obvs hugely successful so now is being rolled out in retailers across the country from today.

It gets its rosy colour from ruby cacao beans, which have a gorge fruity flavour. 

And it offers a unique tasting experience – intense berry-fruitiness taste that occurs naturally without the addition of any flavour or colour.

Excuse us while we head to the shops for choccie snacks.



Well, in news you'd only hear in Ireland… a Trinity student wants to send an electric shock to your brain, and in return will give you a KitKat.

The study will last around two and a half hours, and involves sending short bursts of electrical brain stimulation and magnetic brain stimulation to your head during a once-off session.

And if you think he's just doing this for kicks, there's actually a logical reason behind it.

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The purpose of the Irish lad's research is to "refine a novel method of brain stimulation called transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS).

"This method can be used to study the role of various brain regions, particularly those involved in movement control," his official document reads.

And while we basically don't understand what that means, he seems to be doing it for a good cause, right?


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The student shared a post on Reddit saying that he will "provide tea, biscuits, and perhaps even a KitKat” for taking part.

However, one interested Reddit user asked if it will mess up their hair, which he confirmed it would… so you know, maybe we'll take part in the next study.

To find out more, or if you want to get involved and have electric shocks sent to your brain, check out here.


If you are a fan of red velvet, then life is about to take very handsome turn.

The wonderful people at Kit Kat have just announced their special edition Valentine's Day chocolate, and it is amazing.

The confectionery company will be releasing red velvet flavoured mini bars, which will be in white chocolate. 

How good does that sound?


On the edge of #mybreak! How are you having yours?

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The chocolate is set to hit the shelves in January, and will come in a large bag, that will contain a number of the mini Kit Kats. 


Triumph! #mybreak

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HOWEVER, if you don't want to wait, there is a website where you can purchase these exclusive sweets, just in time for Christmas. 

We are pretty darn excited to try this treat! 


We're not even sure how we feel about this, ladies. 

In a new video by Kourtney Kardashian, she shows us how to… eat a Kit Kat. Yep… a Kit Kat.

The reality star breaks it down into six steps, and while we know everyone has their quirks, we're not sure this is enough to make a video out of. 

We think we're just going to sit back and eat our chocolate bars like normal people, thanks. 


As far as food creations go, there has been a few weird ones in only this year alone. How about our pumpkin spice obsession? We mixed that with everything from chilli to fizzy drinks.

And what about the very recent chocolate and cherry sandwich? Now, that's one to get your head around (although it probably tastes FAB).

But now, the regular Kit Kat is after getting a major upgrade in Japan. The newest twist on the chocolate-wafer bar, is one we never saw coming: Kit Kat wrapped in edible gold leaf.

Nestle Japan has decided to celebrate reaching 1 million customers at Japan's Kit Kat chocolate factory (or chocolatory, as they like to call it), by offering the special gold Kit Kat, Inventor Spot has reported. 

And the gold-covered chocolate bars are not only unique for their lavish surrounding, as only 500 of them will be released in individually wrapped portions (as in, you'll only be getting one half, or one 'finger', of the bar).

They will cost 2,016 yen (€15.42) but unfortunately, the luxury chocolate will only be available in Japan. Maybe next year they might grace our shores.