If Serendipity’s $1,000 Golden Opulence Sundae is a little out of your price range and you’re still hoping to score an all-gold-everything dessert, Kit Kat Japan has the answer to your prayers.
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Nestle created the limited-edition 24-carat Kit Kat bars to celebrate the millionth visitor at its Kit Kat Chocolatory stores. According to Eater, only 500 bars have been manufactured, so get them now before its too late.
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Each Kit Kat finger sells for 2,016 yen or $16 USD each—a pretty steep price for something you’re presumably going to eat. But you can’t put a price on being swaggy when it comes to snacks.
The golden bar is one of a plethora of interesting flavors Kit Kat Japan has to offer. The country has previously released unique Kit Kat flavors ranging from soy bean powder to baked potato and even bars that you can bake.
Watch some lucky folks over at BuzzFeed sample the unorthodox Japanese Kit Kat flavors to determine which you should seek out for yourself.