History of Kit Kat Candy Bars
Kit Kats are the perfect combination of crispy crunch and creamy chocolate. Originating in the United Kingdom in 1935, these chocolate bars were first known as a “finger” to the general population. The unique Kit Kat name, though, comes from a 17th century literary and political club that was held in a pie shop years ago. While most bars feature four of these long “fingers,” you can find products that only have one or two, depending on the size. Globally, Kit Kats are produced by Nestle, but in the United States, this everyday favorite is made by The Hershey Company.
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Break off a piece of a Kit Kat bar and share it with a friend as an easy (and delicious) way to show your appreciation. Layers of crispy wafers are dunked in creamy milk chocolate to bring you this iconoclastic treat that has spanned decades and satisfied countless sweet teeth. Shop Candy Warehouse for this wafer candy snack today! Find king size bars built for royalty as well as mini assortments that are perfect for Halloween night. Nothing beats the look on a little ghoul or goblin’s face when they see a bright red wrapper falling into their jack-o-lantern! While the original bars feature only the crunchy wafer and smooth chocolate, over the years, the flavor profile has expanded. Shop unique Japanese Kit Kat flavors, like Party Ice Cream, Chocolate Orange, and Strawberry. We even have green tea Kit Kat bars! If more classic flavors are more your speed, try out a few mint Kit Kat bars for size. Dark chocolate and that minty freshness take on a whole new taste when you add in the crunch of those wafers.
Kit Kat Fun Facts
The Kit Kat slogan is iconic to chocolate-lovers around the globe. While you may be used to the jingle from commercials that says, “Break me off a piece of that Kit Kat bar!” the real slogan actually reads, “Have a break, have a Kit Kat.” These classic candy bars originated in the UK, with a naming convention that dates back all the way to the 17th century. This cultured candy might be British, but the Japanese are making it their own. Japan has created more than 200 unique flavors! Don’t wait – break off a crunchy, decadent piece and enjoy today.