Candy bars are universally adored. What’s not to like about sweet chocolate studded with nuts, candies, and the like? But some brands, like Kit Kat, offer a few unusual options overseas that you unfortunately won’t find stateside. We’re talking wasabi-flavored Kit Kats and Kit Kats that turn into pastries when baked in the oven.

Then there are international candy bars you may have never even heard of—like the salted licorice-studded Maribou Black Saltlakrits, and Zotter’s sweet potato-vodka chocolate bar. Click through the list to see some of the wildest and mot historic candy bars from around the world. 

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