Even the most classic candy has a way of reinventing itself. So goes the story of the KitKat that is available inside of a cocoa pod made of chocolate. It sounds great and all, but it's a little harder to get your hands on than you think.
This KitKat creation is exclusively available at a restaurant in Tokyo. It's the Ginza Chocolatory, and while the first floor is open to the public to purchase their treats, the second floor is a sit down chocolate cafe. The cocoa-shaped dessert is made to look just like a cocoa pod straight from the tree, measuring about 20 centimeters long.
The milk chocolate cocoa shell is then stuffed with an almond biscuit and fruit and topped with whipped cream. The kicker is that a single KitKat is set on top of the bed of whipped cream. The dish is served with "warm cocoa pulp juice" that can be poured over the shell to break it open, or to top off the last few bites of the dessert.
Not only is this unique KitKat dish only for sale at this specific Tokyo cafe, only 10 of them are made each day, making them all the more exclusive. They go for about 3,000 yen and are only being made through Valentine's Day, February 14. If there was ever a time to take advantage of the most over-the-top way to eat a KitKat, this is it.
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