SPOTTED: Kit Kat Duos Mint + Dark Chocolate

Kit Kat Duos Mint + Dark Chocolate

Kit Kat Duos Mint + Dark Chocolate King Size

Update: We tried it! Click here to read our review.

Moar of this, Hershey’s. Thank you. (Spotted by Robbie at Walgreens.)

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6 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Kit Kat Duos Mint + Dark Chocolate”

    1. Not really the same thing, since ours is made by Hershey and yours is Nestle. They use different recipes, from what I understand.

  1. I knew these were new! It was yet another case of a new item being in clearance and me being like “wait, have I even seen this before…”

  2. I can’t wait to try one of these. I’m hoping they come out with coffee and some peanut butter flavored kitkats.

  3. i like to eat as much chocolate off of the wafer-stack as possible first, so i’m looking forward to trying these and attempting to separate the mint part from the chocolate. heh

  4. I first discovered Mint Kats over 15 years ago, when they were just normal looking Kit Kat bars in a green wrapper. That lasted just a couple years, including one when I could only find them at gas stations. Some time after that, they came back as snack-size bars in a large bag, where getting any degree of satiation resulted in a pile of tiny wrappers. So, when I saw these near a checkout lane, I immediately scooped up all 11 remaining bars (one of which never even made it home), as someone who I can only assume has never tried a Mint Kat asked me, “Those must be good, huh?”

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