sake kitkat

Nestlé Japan loves making unique and interesting varieties of Kit Kats. Take, for example, the recently released gold leaf Kit Kat. Or, even more interestingly, their upcoming sake version. RocketNews24 writes:

The new Kit Kats contain sake powder which has been kneaded into the white chocolate-encased wafers, giving the chocolates all the flavour and aroma of a top-quality rice wine, while providing a light and refreshing aftertaste.

They’ll be available at convenience stores in a 3-pack, or you can get them in a special collector’s 9-piece box shaped like a Sake bottle.

Seems to me, if you’re going to buy sake Kit Kats, you spring for the bottle.

Wait a sec. There are wasabi Kit Kats, edamame Kit Kats and sake Kit Kats now. Heck, at this point, I think Kit Kat only has to make a tuna roll flavor and you’d have an entire Kit Kat sushi dinner.

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Japanese food blogger Caroline is back with some edible artwork that features a litter of kittens napping under a kotatsu, which is a type of furniture that’s perfect for people that hate leaving their bed.

See Also: These Cake Cats Trying To Catch Candy Koi Fish Are Too Cute

Although the result is two kinds of sweet, any potential eaters would likely have to come to grips with eating a sleeping kitten – even if it is only candy.

(via Neatorama)

gummy coke bottle

Instructables user Morena DIY has put her creativity to work by fashioning a gummy Coca-Cola bottle that is virtually indistinguishable from the real deal. It’s also amazingly easy to make, with the gummy portion being made simply by mixing the coke with gelatin, which is then poured into the bottle before being refrigerated. Once solid, the bottle is removed from the gummy interior and the original label and cap applied as a finishing touch.

See Also: Want To See What Happens When You Boil Coca-Cola?

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There’s no place like NYC, and they have the awesome milkshakes to prove it! Black Tap is creating next level milkshakes that are just our kind of crazy.

These milkshakes contain all the best sugary ingredients, from cookies to cotton candy to lollipops and s’mores! This is what dreams are made of.

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Newly minted food blogger “Through the Eyes of My Belly” got off to a good start by utilizing some of the Internet’s favorite food items (bacon, chocolate and booze) in a single recipe.

Her Bacon Shot Glasses were created by wrapping bacon strips around foil molds, baking them solid, coating the interior with chocolate and filling them with a mixture of milk and Kahlúa.

In order to further woo the web, she is offering a step by step that you can find here .

(via Neatorama)


Just when you thought you couldn’t love Disney more, Erin Jang went and made some of your favorite characters edible.

While sweet-toothed friends will fall for cotton candified Marie and Airheaded Flounder, even healthy eaters can appreciate the veggified version of Arlo.

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Who says horror fans have to ditch their dark ways come the jolly holiday season?

Apparently it’s actually is possible to celebrate Christmas and your dark side at the same time. At least that’s what Johnny Larocque and Nicole Cooper did when they decided to make a creepy and awesomely twisted gingerbread house inspired by Ash vs Evil Dead and the Evil Dead movies.

What a scene! Fun for the whole family…if you’re the Sawyer family that is.

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In January, Nestle Japan is planning to release a limited edition series of 500 Kit-Kat bars wrapped in gold leaf. The $17 bars will be available exclusively at Nestle’s Kit-Kat specialty store “Chocolatory” in celebration of the store welcoming over a million visitors since opening last year.

If you’re lucky enough to nab one, maybe you should put it away for a rainy day. Wait for the price of gold to rise and sell it to some idiot on eBay and make your fortune.

(via Luxury Launches)

no thanks

Apparently, the promise of candy wasn’t enough for this little girl, who totally couldn’t handle the “freaky” animatronic monster in the driveway.

The way she handles it is priceless.

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It’s like they don’t even need to try anymore.

Canadian burger chain The Works has created the Reese’s PBC—a burger that features Reese’s peanut butter cups stuffed inside the beef patty and crumbled on top along with crispy onion strings and smoked bacon.

The PBC goes for $15.98 Canadian (or roughly $12 US).

Followup: crush candy canes on a cheeseburger for Christmas and watch the money roll in.

(FoodandWine via The Consumerist)