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24 Festive Tasks: Door 2 - Japanese Culture Day: Task 2

Task: Try a flavor of KitKat other than chocolate and report back if you liked it.

 

 

Umm, alright, I admit I already bought these last week, but I swear I only opened and tried them today.  They are, in no particular order:

 

* Ruby

* Peanut Butter

* Hazelnut

* Salted Caramel

* White Chocolate and

* Double Chocolate (came in a box with salted caramel and hazelnut, who am I to say no?)

 

My response is, ultimately, more in line with my general taste and less based on the specific KitKat thing:

 

* Favorites: Peanut Butter (because I pretty much like anything "peanut") and Double Chocolate (hint: it's all in the name).

* Second Favorites: Hazelnut and White Chocolate (I would never indulge in either to saturation point, but I won't turn down a bar or so).

* Don't much care for: Salted Caramel and Ruby (both too sweet for me; Salted Caramel also a bit too cloying -- like all things caramel --; Ruby too artificial in taste).

 

On a related note, I suppose that's my reading snacks settled then for the foreseeable future ...