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Durian is 'n uiters skerp vrug, maar Thailand dink dat dit 'n wonderlike lekkergoed sal wees

Thailand het Kit Kats met durian-smaak voorgestel as 'n manier om toerisme te bevorder, en dit kan die wêreld se reukste lekkergoed ooit tot gevolg hê.

Eens het dit gelyk asof geen Kit Kat kan wees nie vreemder as Kit Kats met 'n smaak, kompleet met alkohol, maar nou kan die geurigste vrugte ter wêreld die nuwe Kit Kat -geur word as Thailand iets daaroor te sê het.

Volgens Rocket News 24 het Thailand 'n reeks Thaise geïnspireerde Kit Kat-geure voorgestel om toerisme 'n hupstoot te gee. Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, Thaise minister van toerisme en sport, sê hy het met Nestlé gepraat oor die vooruitsig om plaaslike Thaise lekkernye in spesiale Kit Kats te verander. Hy noem dat tamarinde en mangosteen albei as moontlike geure voorgestel word, maar die opmerklikste voorstel is waarskynlik die idee van die durian Kit Kat.

Durians is 'n baie gewilde vrug in groot dele van Asië, maar hulle is ook uiters bekend vir hul intense geur, wat beskryf word as alles van 'sweet voete' tot 'vrot lyk'. Baie hotelle, treine en lughawens laat passasiers nie toe om met die vrugte te reis nie, sodat die reuk nie die dag van almal in die gebou kan verwoes nie.

Mense hou egter van die smaak van durian, so durian Kit Kat sal waarskynlik redelik gewild wees. As die lekkergoed eintlik na durian ruik, sal dit egter nog moet sien of mense regtig lus is vir lekkergoed wat na sweet voete ruik, selfs al is die smaak lekker.


Japanese Snack Resensies

Hierdie spesifieke KitKat het 'n paar minder kalorieë as die gemiddelde een. Die meeste ander variëteite is 110-120 kalorieë vir twee vingers. Hierdie een is slegs 100. Die asyn moet goed wees vir jou!

Ja, u het reg gelees. Dit is 'n asyngeur KitKat. Dit klink baie vreemd vir ons Westerse mense as vir Japannese, wat eintlik 'asyn drink' wat hulle vir gesondheidsdoeleindes inneem. Daarom is daar 'n prentjie van 'n verfrissende glas ysasyn aan die voorkant van die boks.

As u belangstel, is daar 'n opname oor die asyn -drinkgewoontes van Japannese mense op die uitstekende webwerf, wat Japan dink. Volgens die opname drink ongeveer 56% van die Japannese die een of ander tyd asyn. Die grootste rede waarom hulle dit drink, blyk te wees om moegheid te verlig. Let wel, ek glo nie dat asyn noodwendig help met gesondheid nie, maar ek wed dat dit waarskynlik nie sleg is vir u nie en dat dit waarskynlik voordelig is.


Die verpakking is interessant omdat hulle dieselfde ontwerp van die binneste verpakking gebruik as die appel KitKat. Dit is egter 'n KitKat-gebaseerde witsjokolade eerder as 'n melk soos die gewone appelvariëteit.

Die kroeg ruik effens na appel. Daar is geen asyngeur wat ek kon opspoor nie. Die eerste happie hiervan smaak soos appelasyn. Ek het nie eers 'n gevoel van die asyn smaak nie, tot by die tweede hap waar dit opgespring en agter in my neus kielie. Toe ek met die eerste vinger klaar was, het ek 'n sterk gevoel van appelasyngeur.

Die verrassende hiervan is dat dit regtig nie sleg is nie. Dit is nie die soort ding wat u sou proe nie en dink dat die geure nie ooreenstem nie. Die appelasyngeur vergoed die soetheid van die wit sjokolade sonder om 'n vreemde kombinasie te skep. My gevoelens hieroor is soortgelyk aan dié wat ek met die Muscat of Alexandria KitKat gehad het. Dit is dat ek dink dit is interessant en ek is bly om iets unieks te proe, maar ek sal nie daarna smag of dit weer koop nie. Een keer is genoeg.

Let daarop dat daar ook 'n suurlemoenasyn KitKat op die mark is, maar ek het dit nog nie teëgekom nie. Beide die appel- en suurlemoenasyn KitKats maak deel uit van 'n veldtog deur Nestlé om mense te laat gebruik om verkoelde KitKats te gebruik in die voorbereiding van somersoetgoed. Daar is resepte vir konkoksies op die kookwebwerf. Die resepte vir appelasyn bevat een vir 'gesonde ys', 'n bevrore mengsel, insluitend (onder andere bestanddele) appels, suiker, kondensmelk, kakaopoeier en die appelasyn KitKat. Daar is ook 'n resep vir 'verfrissende mousse' wat dieselfde KitKat, tofu, heuning en jogurt bevat.

Dit is ook hersien by Snack Love.

9 opmerkings:

Ek drink appelasyn, want dit is 'n verteringsensiem en help om voedsel makliker te verteer. Dit is wonderlik vir gewigsverlies. Deur dit by elke maaltyd te eet, het ek 6 kg verloor, en dit is sonder om iets anders aan my dieet te verander.

'N Ander goeie ding waarvoor appelasyn goed is, is dat dit galstene oplos. Baie Chinese vriende, gebruik dit vir hierdie doel.

Ek hou eintlik van die smaak, en ek hou baie van die gewigsverlies wat daaruit voortspruit.

Ek sal hierdie smaak graag wil proe! Ek sal dit op ebay moet soek.

Die volgende kit kat wat ek verwag het was wasabi, ek het beslis nie hierdie een verwag nie!

My eerste indruk was 'n afkeer - maar as ek daaraan dink, lyk dit asof die suur asyn die soetheid van die lekkergoed sal balanseer, soos jy gesê het. Hm .. Ek wonder of ek dit hier sou kon vind.

Ek wonder of iemand dit sou wou invoer, gegewe hoe vreemd die konsep is. Een ding wat ek kan sê, is dat dit op die oomblik skynbaar relatief gewild is. Daar is nie baie meer op die rakke by die plaaslike Family Mart nie.

Ek het 'n hele klomp daarvan op eBay gekoop vir my Japannese vriende; hulle sien baie uit daarna om dit te ontvang. :)

Hoeveel loop hierdie dinge op eBay, Kelly?

Op die oomblik is ek bekommerd dat hulle smelt as hulle uit Japan gestuur word. Dit word redelik warm hier en alle openbare ruimtes is bedroefd onder die lugversorging.

O, ek koop altyd by dieselfde verkoper. Op een of ander manier smelt dit nooit, selfs as hy dit in die somer van Japan stuur.

Ek het dit vir $ 3,69 elk gekoop, wat nie so erg is nie, aangesien ander verkopers dit vir ongeveer $ 4,70 oud verkoop.

Ek het 'n persoonlike verhouding met hom aangegaan oor die jare wat ek by hom gekoop het, hy is op my FB, en hy gooi 'n paar gratis speletjies in elke keer as ek koop. Hierdie keer het hy vir my 'n paar rose mini's gegee, so ek sien uit daarna om dit te probeer.

Dit is 'n enorme wins op die oorspronklike prys. Ek kan sien hoekom hy af en toe 'n paar gratis bessies vir jou sou gooi om jou as 'n gewone kliënt te behou. Teen die huidige tariewe is die prys wat u betaal 2,7 keer die prys in Japan, maar ek dink alle invoer gaan duur wees.

Ek dink ek het die verkeerde besigheid aangegaan. Ek maak pennies per pos, as ek soveel meer kan maak as ek die gemors skryf waaroor ek skryf!

Ja, ek dink gereeld so. U kan 'n hele paar bobies maak wat Japannese versnaperinge verkoop, daar is 'n redelike mark daarvoor.

Die man by wie ek koop, verdien baie geld, dink ek, want hy het meer as 35 geure Japannese kitskat, insluitend streeksoorte. Hy doen ook spesiale bestellings. Ek koop by hom meer as j-list, want j-list is nie genoeg georganiseer nie, hulle het nie 'n bygewerkte lys van wat in voorraad is nie. In die verlede het ek dinge op die webwerf bestel wat sê dat dit op voorraad is, maar eintlik nie, en ek moes wag totdat dit bestel is.

Die meeste van die Japannese versnaperinge wat ek hier kan kry, ongeveer 'n maand na vrylating as ek wil wag, dit is net die kitskatte wat ek nie kan kry nie.

Toe verkoop ek ook ebay -eetgoed, ek het my eie winkel, en uiteindelik was die geld nie die moeite werd nie, want mense het dinge by my bestel wat nie deur die doeane mag gaan nie en ek het klagtes gekry, of sommige mense het nie versekering gekoop nie en hulle het in die pos verdwaal, en ek het klagtes gekry. U moet elke dag baie toegewyd wees en items plaas. Vir my het dit net te veel geword.

Ek dink jy moet die voor- en nadele daarvan in ag neem. Hoeveel moeite verg onderrig in vergelyking met veilings en fakture, en $ vergelykings.

Ek moet hierdie probeer. Dit klink net so uit die linker veld as 'n lekkergoedgeur.

My oumagrootjie was baie lief vir volksmiddels (en ons vermoed dat sy sommer lukraak dinge gemaak het terwyl sy saamgaan). Sy het ons laat eet 2 eetlepels reguit appel sederasyn vir seer keel. Dit het eintlik vreemd genoeg gewerk.


Japanese Snack Resensies

Hierdie spesifieke KitKat het 'n paar minder kalorieë as die gemiddelde een. Die meeste ander variëteite is 110-120 kalorieë vir twee vingers. Hierdie een is slegs 100. Die asyn moet goed wees vir jou!

Ja, u het reg gelees. Dit is 'n asyngeur KitKat. Dit klink baie vreemd vir ons Westerse mense as vir Japannese, wat eintlik 'asyn drink' wat hulle vir gesondheidsdoeleindes inneem. Daarom is daar 'n prentjie van 'n verfrissende glas asyn op die voorkant van die boks.

As u belangstel, is daar 'n opname oor die asyn -drinkgewoontes van Japannese mense op die uitstekende webwerf, wat Japan dink. Volgens die opname drink ongeveer 56% van die Japannese die een of ander tyd asyn. Die grootste rede waarom hulle dit drink, blyk te wees om moegheid te verlig. Let wel, ek glo nie dat asyn noodwendig help met gesondheid nie, maar ek wed dat dit waarskynlik nie sleg is vir u nie en dat dit waarskynlik voordelig is.


Die verpakking is interessant omdat hulle dieselfde ontwerp van die binneste verpakking gebruik as die appel KitKat. Dit is egter 'n KitKat-gebaseerde op wit sjokolade, eerder as 'n melk soos die gewone appelvariëteit.

Die kroeg ruik effens na appel. Daar is geen asyngeur wat ek kon opspoor nie. Die eerste happie hiervan smaak soos appelasyn. Ek het nie eers 'n gevoel van die asyn smaak nie, tot by die tweede hap waar dit opgespring en agter in my neus kielie. Toe ek met die eerste vinger klaar was, het ek 'n sterk gevoel van appelasyngeur.

Die verrassende hiervan is dat dit regtig nie sleg is nie. Dit is nie die soort ding wat u sou proe nie en dink dat die geure nie ooreenstem nie. Die appelasyngeur vergoed die soetheid van die wit sjokolade sonder om 'n vreemde kombinasie te skep. My gevoelens hieroor is soortgelyk aan dié wat ek met die Muscat of Alexandria KitKat gehad het. Dit is dat ek dink dit is interessant en ek is bly om iets unieks te proe, maar ek sal nie daarna smag of dit weer koop nie. Een keer is genoeg.

Let daarop dat daar ook 'n suurlemoenasyn KitKat op die mark is, maar ek het dit nog nie teëgekom nie. Beide die appel- en suurlemoenasyn KitKats maak deel uit van 'n veldtog van Nestlé om mense te laat gebruik om verkoelde KitKats te gebruik in die voorbereiding van somersoetgoed. Daar is resepte vir konkoksies op die kookwebwerf. Die resepte vir appelasyn bevat een vir 'gesonde ys', 'n bevrore mengsel, insluitend (onder andere bestanddele) appels, suiker, kondensmelk, kakaopoeier en die appelasyn KitKat. Daar is ook 'n resep vir 'verfrissende mousse' wat dieselfde KitKat, tofu, heuning en jogurt bevat.

Dit is ook hersien by Snack Love.

9 opmerkings:

Ek drink appelasyn, want dit is 'n verteringsensiem en help om voedsel makliker te verteer. Dit is wonderlik vir gewigsverlies. Deur dit by elke maaltyd te eet, het ek 6 kg verloor, en dit is sonder om iets anders aan my dieet te verander.

'N Ander goeie ding waarvoor appelasyn goed is, is dat dit galstene oplos. Baie Chinese vriende, gebruik dit vir hierdie doel.

Ek hou eintlik van die smaak, en ek hou baie van die gewigsverlies wat daaruit voortspruit.

Ek sal hierdie smaak graag wil proe! Ek sal dit op ebay moet soek.

Die volgende kit kat wat ek verwag het was wasabi, ek het beslis nie hierdie een verwag nie!

My eerste indruk was 'n afkeer - maar as ek daaraan dink, lyk dit asof die suur asyn die soetheid van die lekkergoed sal balanseer, soos jy gesê het. Hm .. Ek wonder of ek dit hier sou kon vind.

Ek wonder of iemand dit sou wou invoer, gegewe hoe vreemd die konsep is. Een ding wat ek kan sê, is dat dit op die oomblik skynbaar relatief gewild is. Daar is nie baie meer op die rakke by die plaaslike Family Mart nie.

Ek het 'n hele klomp daarvan op eBay gekoop vir my Japannese vriende; hulle sien baie uit daarna om dit te ontvang. :)

Hoeveel loop hierdie dinge op eBay, Kelly?

Op die oomblik is ek bekommerd dat hulle smelt as hulle uit Japan gestuur word. Dit word redelik warm hier en alle openbare ruimtes is bedroefd onder die lugversorging.

O, ek koop altyd by dieselfde verkoper. Op een of ander manier smelt dit nooit, selfs as hy dit in die somer van Japan stuur.

Ek het dit vir $ 3,69 elk gekoop, wat nie so erg is nie, aangesien ander verkopers dit vir ongeveer $ 4,70 oud verkoop.

Ek het 'n persoonlike verhouding met hom aangegaan oor die jare wat ek by hom gekoop het, hy is op my FB, en hy gooi 'n paar freebies in elke keer as ek koop. Hierdie keer het hy vir my 'n paar rose mini's gegee, so ek sien uit daarna om dit te probeer.

Dit is 'n enorme wins op die oorspronklike prys. Ek kan sien hoekom hy af en toe 'n paar gratis bessies vir jou sou gooi om jou as 'n gewone kliënt te behou. Teen die huidige tariewe is die prys wat u betaal 2,7 keer die prys in Japan, maar ek dink alle invoer gaan duur wees.

Ek dink ek het die verkeerde besigheid aangegaan. Ek maak pennies per pos, as ek soveel meer kan maak as ek die gemors skryf waaroor ek skryf!

Ja, ek dink gereeld so. U kan 'n hele paar bobies met Japannese versnaperinge maak, daar is 'n redelike mark daarvoor.

Die man by wie ek koop, verdien baie geld, dink ek, want hy het meer as 35 geure Japannese kitskat, insluitend streeksoorte. Hy doen ook spesiale bestellings. Ek koop by hom meer as j-list, want j-list is nie genoeg georganiseer nie, hulle het nie 'n bygewerkte lys van wat in voorraad is nie. Ek het in die verlede dinge op die webwerf bestel wat sê dat dit op voorraad is, maar eintlik nie, en ek moes wag totdat dit bestel is.

Die meeste van die Japannese versnaperinge wat ek hier kan kry, ongeveer 'n maand na vrylating as ek wil wag, dit is net die kitskatte wat ek nie kan kry nie.

Toe verkoop ek ook ebay -eetgoed, ek het my eie winkel, en uiteindelik was die geld nie die moeite werd nie, want mense het dinge by my bestel wat nie deur die doeane mag gaan nie en ek het klagtes gekry, of sommige mense het nie versekering gekoop nie en hulle het in die pos verdwaal, en ek het klagtes gekry. U moet elke dag baie toegewyd wees en items plaas. Vir my het dit net te veel geword.

Ek dink jy moet die voor- en nadele daarvan in ag neem. Hoeveel moeite verg onderrig in vergelyking met veilings en fakture, en $ vergelykings.

Ek moet hierdie probeer. Dit klink net so uit die linker veld as 'n lekkergoedgeur.

My oumagrootjie was baie lief vir volksmiddels (en ons vermoed dat sy sommer lukraak dinge gemaak het terwyl sy saamgaan). Sy het ons laat eet 2 eetlepels reguit appel sederasyn vir seer keel. Dit het eintlik vreemd genoeg gewerk.


Japanese Snack Resensies

Hierdie spesifieke KitKat het 'n paar minder kalorieë as die gemiddelde een. Die meeste ander variëteite is 110-120 kalorieë vir twee vingers. Hierdie een is slegs 100. Die asyn moet goed wees vir jou!

Ja, u het reg gelees. Dit is 'n asyngeur KitKat. Dit klink baie vreemd vir ons Westerse mense as vir Japannese, wat eintlik 'asyn drink' wat hulle vir gesondheidsdoeleindes inneem. Daarom is daar 'n prentjie van 'n verfrissende glas ysasyn aan die voorkant van die boks.

As u belangstel, is daar 'n opname oor die asyn -drinkgewoontes van Japannese mense op die uitstekende webwerf, wat Japan dink. Volgens die opname drink ongeveer 56% van die Japannese die een of ander tyd asyn. Die grootste rede waarom hulle dit drink, blyk te wees om moegheid te verlig. Let wel, ek glo nie dat asyn noodwendig help met gesondheid nie, maar ek wed dat dit waarskynlik nie sleg is vir u nie en dat dit waarskynlik voordelig is.


Die verpakking is interessant omdat hulle dieselfde ontwerp van die binneste verpakking gebruik as die appel KitKat. Dit is egter 'n KitKat-gebaseerde witsjokolade eerder as 'n melk soos die gewone appelvariëteit.

Die kroeg ruik effens na appel. Daar is geen asyngeur wat ek kon opspoor nie. Die eerste happie hiervan smaak soos appelasyn. Ek het nie eers 'n gevoel van die asyn smaak nie, tot by die tweede hap waar dit opgespring en agter in my neus kielie. Toe ek met die eerste vinger klaar was, het ek 'n sterk gevoel van appelasyngeur.

Die verrassende hiervan is dat dit regtig nie sleg is nie. Dit is nie die soort ding wat u sou proe nie en dink dat die geure nie ooreenstem nie. Die appelasyngeur vergoed die soetheid van die wit sjokolade sonder om 'n vreemde kombinasie te skep. My gevoelens hieroor is soortgelyk aan dié wat ek met die Muscat of Alexandria KitKat gehad het. Dit is dat ek dink dit is interessant en ek is bly om iets unieks te proe, maar ek sal nie daarna smag of dit weer koop nie. Een keer is genoeg.

Let daarop dat daar ook 'n suurlemoenasyn KitKat op die mark is, maar ek het dit nog nie teëgekom nie. Beide die appel- en suurlemoenasyn KitKats maak deel uit van 'n veldtog van Nestlé om mense te laat gebruik om verkoelde KitKats te gebruik in die voorbereiding van somersoetgoed. Daar is resepte vir konkoksies op die kookwebwerf. Die resepte vir appelasyn bevat een vir 'gesonde ys', 'n bevrore mengsel, insluitend (onder andere bestanddele) appels, suiker, kondensmelk, kakaopoeier en die appelasyn KitKat. Daar is ook 'n resep vir 'verfrissende mousse' wat dieselfde KitKat, tofu, heuning en jogurt bevat.

Dit is ook hersien by Snack Love.

9 opmerkings:

Ek drink appelasyn, want dit is 'n verteringsensiem en help om voedsel makliker te verteer. Dit is wonderlik vir gewigsverlies. Deur dit by elke maaltyd te eet, het ek 6 kg verloor, en dit is sonder om iets anders aan my dieet te verander.

Nog 'n wonderlike ding waarvoor appelasyn goed is, is dat dit galstene oplos. Baie Chinese vriende, gebruik dit vir hierdie doel.

Ek hou eintlik van die smaak, en ek hou baie van die gewigsverlies wat daaruit voortspruit.

Ek sal hierdie smaak graag wil proe! Ek sal dit op ebay moet soek.

Die volgende kit kat wat ek verwag het was wasabi, ek het beslis nie hierdie een verwag nie!

My eerste indruk was 'n afkeer - maar as ek daaraan dink, lyk dit asof die suur asyn die soetheid van die lekkergoed sal balanseer, soos jy gesê het. Hm .. Ek wonder of ek dit hier sou kon vind.

Ek wonder of iemand dit sou wou invoer, gegewe hoe vreemd die konsep is. Een ding wat ek kan sê, is dat dit op die oomblik skynbaar relatief gewild is. Daar is nie baie meer op die rakke by die plaaslike Family Mart nie.

Ek het 'n hele klomp daarvan op eBay gekoop vir my Japannese vriende; hulle sien baie uit daarna om dit te ontvang. :)

Hoeveel loop hierdie dinge op eBay, Kelly?

Op die oomblik is ek bekommerd dat hulle smelt as hulle uit Japan gestuur word. Dit word redelik warm hier en alle openbare ruimtes is bedroefd onder die lugversorging.

O, ek koop altyd by dieselfde verkoper. Op een of ander manier smelt dit nooit, selfs as hy dit in die somer van Japan stuur.

Ek het dit vir $ 3,69 elk gekoop, wat nie so erg is nie, aangesien ander verkopers dit vir ongeveer $ 4,70 oud verkoop.

Ek het 'n persoonlike verhouding met hom aangegaan oor die jare wat ek by hom gekoop het, hy is op my FB, en hy gooi 'n paar freebies in elke keer as ek koop. Hierdie keer het hy vir my 'n paar rose mini's gegee, so ek sien uit daarna om dit te probeer.

Dit is 'n enorme wins op die oorspronklike prys. Ek kan sien hoekom hy af en toe 'n paar gratis bessies vir jou sou gooi om jou as 'n gewone kliënt te behou. Teen die huidige tariewe is die prys wat u betaal 2,7x die prys in Japan, maar ek dink alle invoer gaan duur wees.

Ek dink ek het die verkeerde besigheid aangegaan. Ek maak pennies per pos, as ek soveel meer kan maak as ek die gemors skryf waaroor ek skryf!

Ja, ek dink gereeld so. U kan 'n hele paar bobies maak wat Japannese versnaperinge verkoop, daar is 'n redelike mark daarvoor.

Die man by wie ek koop, verdien baie geld, dink ek, want hy het meer as 35 geure Japannese kitskat, insluitend streeksoorte. Hy doen ook spesiale bestellings. Ek koop by hom meer as j-list, want j-list is nie genoeg georganiseer nie, hulle het nie 'n bygewerkte lys van wat in voorraad is nie. Ek het in die verlede dinge op die webwerf bestel wat sê dat dit op voorraad is, maar eintlik nie, en ek moes wag totdat dit bestel is.

Die meeste van die Japannese versnaperinge wat ek hier kan kry, ongeveer 'n maand na vrylating as ek wil wag, dit is net die kitskatte wat ek nie kan kry nie.

Toe verkoop ek ook ebay -eetgoed, ek het my eie winkel, en uiteindelik was die geld nie die moeite werd nie, want mense het dinge by my bestel wat nie deur die doeane mag gaan nie en ek het klagtes gekry, of sommige mense het nie versekering gekoop nie en hulle het in die pos verdwaal, en ek het klagtes gekry. U moet baie toegewyd wees en elke dag items plaas. Vir my het dit net te veel geword.

Ek dink jy moet die voor- en nadele daarvan in ag neem. Hoeveel moeite verg onderrig in vergelyking met veilings en fakture, en $ vergelykings.

Ek moet hierdie probeer. Dit klink net so uit die linker veld as 'n lekkergoedgeur.

My oumagrootjie was baie lief vir volksmiddels (en ons vermoed dat sy sommer lukraak dinge gemaak het terwyl sy saamgaan). Sy het ons laat eet 2 eetlepels reguit appel sederasyn vir seer keel. Dit het eintlik vreemd genoeg gewerk.


Japanese Snack Resensies

Hierdie spesifieke KitKat het 'n paar minder kalorieë as die gemiddelde een. Die meeste ander variëteite is 110-120 kalorieë vir twee vingers. Hierdie een is slegs 100. Die asyn moet goed wees vir jou!

Ja, u het reg gelees. Dit is 'n asyngeur KitKat. Dit klink baie vreemd vir ons Westerse mense as vir Japannese, wat eintlik 'asyn drink' wat hulle vir gesondheidsdoeleindes inneem. Daarom is daar 'n prentjie van 'n verfrissende glas ysasyn aan die voorkant van die boks.

As u belangstel, is daar 'n opname oor die asyn -drinkgewoontes van Japannese mense op die uitstekende webwerf, wat Japan dink. Volgens die opname drink ongeveer 56% van die Japannese die een of ander tyd asyn. Die grootste rede waarom hulle dit drink, blyk te wees om moegheid te verlig. Let wel, ek glo nie dat asyn noodwendig help met gesondheid nie, maar ek wed dat dit waarskynlik nie sleg is vir u nie en dat dit waarskynlik voordelig is.


Die verpakking is interessant omdat hulle dieselfde ontwerp van die binneste verpakking gebruik as die appel KitKat. Dit is egter 'n KitKat-gebaseerde witsjokolade eerder as 'n melk soos die gewone appelvariëteit.

Die kroeg ruik effens na appel. Daar is geen asyngeur wat ek kon opspoor nie. Die eerste happie hiervan smaak soos appelasyn. Ek het nie eers 'n gevoel van die asyn smaak nie, tot die tweede hap waar dit opgespring en agter in my neus kielie. Toe ek met die eerste vinger klaar was, het ek 'n sterk gevoel van appelasyngeur.

Die verrassende hiervan is dat dit regtig nie sleg is nie. Dit is nie die soort ding wat u sou proe nie en dink dat die geure nie ooreenstem nie. Die appelasyngeur vergoed die soetheid van die wit sjokolade sonder om 'n vreemde kombinasie te skep. My gevoelens hieroor is soortgelyk aan dié wat ek met die Muscat of Alexandria KitKat gehad het. Dit is dat ek dink dit is interessant en ek is bly om iets unieks te proe, maar ek sal nie daarna smag of dit weer koop nie. Een keer is genoeg.

Let daarop dat daar ook 'n suurlemoenasyn KitKat op die mark is, maar ek het dit nog nie teëgekom nie. Beide die appel- en suurlemoenasyn KitKats maak deel uit van 'n veldtog van Nestlé om mense te laat gebruik om verkoelde KitKats te gebruik in die voorbereiding van somersoetgoed. Daar is resepte vir konkoksies op die kookwebwerf. Die resepte vir appelasyn bevat een vir 'gesonde ys', 'n bevrore mengsel, insluitend (onder andere bestanddele) appels, suiker, kondensmelk, kakaopoeier en die appelasyn KitKat. Daar is ook 'n resep vir 'verfrissende mousse' wat dieselfde KitKat, tofu, heuning en jogurt bevat.

Dit is ook hersien by Snack Love.

9 opmerkings:

Ek drink appelasyn, want dit is 'n verteringsensiem en help om voedsel makliker te verteer. Dit is wonderlik vir gewigsverlies. Deur dit by elke maaltyd te eet, het ek 6 kg verloor, en dit is sonder om iets anders aan my dieet te verander.

Nog 'n wonderlike ding waarvoor appelasyn goed is, is dat dit galstene oplos. Baie Chinese vriende, gebruik dit vir hierdie doel.

Ek hou eintlik van die smaak, en ek hou baie van die gewigsverlies wat daaruit voortspruit.

Ek sal hierdie smaak graag wil proe! Ek sal dit op ebay moet soek.

Die volgende kit kat wat ek verwag het was wasabi, ek het beslis nie hierdie een verwag nie!

My eerste indruk was 'n afkeer - maar as ek daaraan dink, lyk dit asof die suur asyn die soetheid van die lekkergoed sal balanseer, soos jy gesê het. Hm .. Ek wonder of ek dit hier sou kon vind.

Ek wonder of iemand dit sou wou invoer, gegewe hoe vreemd die konsep is. Een ding wat ek kan sê, is dat dit op die oomblik skynbaar relatief gewild is. Daar is nie baie meer op die rakke by die plaaslike Family Mart nie.

Ek het 'n hele klomp daarvan op eBay gekoop vir my Japannese vriende; hulle sien baie uit daarna om dit te ontvang. :)

Hoeveel loop hierdie dinge op eBay, Kelly?

Op die oomblik is ek bekommerd dat hulle smelt as hulle uit Japan gestuur word. Dit word redelik warm hier en alle openbare ruimtes is bedroefd onder die lugversorging.

O, ek koop altyd by dieselfde verkoper. Op een of ander manier smelt dit nooit, selfs as hy dit in die somer van Japan stuur.

Ek het dit vir $ 3,69 elk gekoop, wat nie so erg is nie, aangesien ander verkopers dit vir ongeveer $ 4,70 oud verkoop.

Ek het 'n persoonlike verhouding met hom aangegaan oor die jare wat ek by hom gekoop het, hy is op my FB, en hy gooi 'n paar freebies in elke keer as ek koop. Hierdie keer het hy vir my 'n paar rose mini's gegee, so ek sien uit daarna om dit te probeer.

Dit is 'n enorme wins op die oorspronklike prys. Ek kan sien hoekom hy af en toe 'n paar gratis bessies vir jou sou gooi om jou as 'n gewone kliënt te behou. Teen die huidige tariewe is die prys wat u betaal 2,7 keer die prys in Japan, maar ek dink alle invoer gaan duur wees.

Ek dink ek het die verkeerde besigheid aangegaan. Ek maak pennies per pos, as ek soveel meer kan maak as ek die gemors skryf waaroor ek skryf!

Ja, ek dink gereeld so. U kan 'n hele paar bobies met Japannese versnaperinge maak, daar is 'n redelike mark daarvoor.

Die man by wie ek koop, verdien baie geld, dink ek, want hy het meer as 35 geure Japannese kitskat, insluitend streeksoorte. Hy doen ook spesiale bestellings. Ek koop by hom meer as j-list, want j-list is nie genoeg georganiseer nie, hulle het nie 'n bygewerkte lys van wat in voorraad is nie. Ek het in die verlede dinge op die webwerf bestel wat sê dat dit op voorraad is, maar eintlik nie, en ek moes wag totdat dit bestel is.

Die meeste van die Japannese versnaperinge wat ek hier kan kry, ongeveer 'n maand na vrylating as ek wil wag, dit is net die kitskatte wat ek nie kan kry nie.

Toe verkoop ek ook ebay -eetgoed, ek het my eie winkel, en uiteindelik was die geld nie die moeite werd nie, want mense het dinge by my bestel wat nie deur die doeane mag gaan nie en ek het klagtes gekry, of sommige mense het nie versekering gekoop nie en hulle het in die pos verdwaal, en ek het klagtes gekry. U moet baie toegewyd wees en elke dag items plaas. Vir my het dit net te veel geword.

Ek dink jy moet die voor- en nadele daarvan in ag neem. Hoeveel moeite verg onderrig in vergelyking met veilings en fakture, en $ vergelykings.

Ek moet hierdie probeer. Dit klink net so uit die linker veld as 'n lekkergoedgeur.

My oumagrootjie was baie lief vir volksmiddels (en ons vermoed dat sy sommer lukraak dinge gemaak het terwyl sy saamgaan). Sy het ons laat eet 2 eetlepels reguit appel sederasyn vir seer keel. Dit het eintlik vreemd genoeg gewerk.


Japanese Snack Resensies

Hierdie spesifieke KitKat het 'n paar minder kalorieë as die gemiddelde een. Die meeste ander variëteite is 110-120 kalorieë vir twee vingers. Hierdie een is slegs 100. Die asyn moet goed wees vir jou!

Ja, u het reg gelees. Dit is 'n asyngeur KitKat. Dit klink baie vreemd vir ons Westerse mense as vir Japannese, wat eintlik 'asyn drink' wat hulle vir gesondheidsdoeleindes inneem. Daarom is daar 'n prentjie van 'n verfrissende glas ysasyn aan die voorkant van die boks.

As u belangstel, is daar 'n opname oor die asyn -drinkgewoontes van Japannese mense op die uitstekende webwerf, wat Japan dink. Volgens die opname drink ongeveer 56% van die Japannese die een of ander tyd asyn. Die grootste rede waarom hulle dit drink, blyk te wees om moegheid te verlig. Let wel, ek glo nie dat asyn noodwendig help met gesondheid nie, maar ek wed dat dit waarskynlik nie sleg vir u is nie en dat dit waarskynlik voordelig is.


Die verpakking is interessant omdat hulle dieselfde ontwerp van die binneste verpakking gebruik as die appel KitKat. Dit is egter 'n KitKat-gebaseerde witsjokolade eerder as 'n melk soos die gewone appelvariëteit.

Die kroeg ruik effens na appel. Daar is geen asyngeur wat ek kon opspoor nie. Die eerste happie hiervan smaak soos appelasyn. Ek het nie eers 'n gevoel van die asyn smaak nie, tot by die tweede hap waar dit opgespring en agter in my neus kielie. Toe ek met die eerste vinger klaar was, het ek 'n sterk gevoel van appelasyngeur.

Die verrassende hiervan is dat dit regtig nie sleg is nie. Dit is nie die soort ding wat u sou proe nie en dink dat die geure nie ooreenstem nie. Die appelasyngeur vergoed die soetheid van die wit sjokolade sonder om 'n vreemde kombinasie te skep. My gevoelens hieroor is soortgelyk aan dié van die Muskat van Alexandria KitKat. Dit is dat ek dink dit is interessant en ek is bly om iets unieks te proe, maar ek sal nie daarna smag of dit weer koop nie. Een keer is genoeg.

Let daarop dat daar ook 'n suurlemoenasyn KitKat op die mark is, maar ek het dit nog nie teëgekom nie. Beide die appel- en suurlemoenasyn KitKats maak deel uit van 'n veldtog van Nestlé om mense te laat gebruik om verkoelde KitKats te gebruik in die voorbereiding van somersoetgoed. Daar is resepte vir konkoksies op die kookwebwerf. Die resepte vir appelasyn bevat een vir 'gesonde ys', 'n bevrore mengsel, insluitend (onder andere bestanddele) appels, suiker, kondensmelk, kakaopoeier en die appelasyn KitKat. Daar is ook 'n resep vir 'verfrissende mousse' wat dieselfde KitKat, tofu, heuning en jogurt bevat.

Dit is ook hersien by Snack Love.

9 opmerkings:

Ek drink appelasyn, want dit is 'n verteringsensiem en help om voedsel makliker te verteer. Dit is wonderlik vir gewigsverlies. Deur dit by elke maaltyd te eet, het ek 6 kg verloor, en dit is sonder om iets anders aan my dieet te verander.

'N Ander goeie ding waarvoor appelasyn goed is, is dat dit galstene oplos. Baie Chinese vriende, gebruik dit vir hierdie doel.

Ek hou eintlik van die smaak, en ek hou baie van die gewigsverlies wat daaruit voortspruit.

Ek sal hierdie smaak graag wil proe! Ek sal dit op ebay moet soek.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


Japanese Snack Reviews

This particular KitKat has a few fewer calories than the average one. Most of the other varieties are 110-120 calories for two fingers. This one is only 100. That vinegar must be good for you!

Ja, u het reg gelees. This is a vinegar flavored KitKat. This sounds a lot stranger to us Western folks perhaps than to Japanese people, who actually have "drinking vinegar" which they consume for health purposes. That is why there is a picture of a refreshing glass of iced vinegar on the front of the box.

If you're interested, there's a survey about the vinegar drinking habits of Japanese folks on the excellent web site, What Japan Thinks. According to the survey, about 56% of Japanese people have at one time or another drunk vinegar. The biggest reason they drink it appears to be to relieve fatigue. Mind you, I don't believe vinegar necessarily helps with anything health-wise, but I'm betting that it probably isn't bad for you and there's probably a chance it's beneficial.


The packaging is interesting because they're using the same inner package wrapper design as the apple KitKat. However, this is a white chocolate-based KitKat rather than a milk one like the plain apple variety.

The bar smells mildly of apple. There is no scent of vinegar that I could detect. The first bite of this tasted like apple cider. I didn't have much of a sense of the vinegar taste until the second bite where it leaped up and tickled the back of my nose. As I finished off the first finger, I had a strong sense of apple vinegar flavor building up.

The surprising thing about this is that it's really not bad. It's not the sort of thing that you'd sample and think the flavors are discordant. The apple vinegar flavor offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate without creating a weird combination. My feelings about this are similar to the ones I had with the Muscat of Alexandria KitKat. That is that I think it's interesting and am happy to have sampled something unique, but I won't be craving it or buying it again. Once is enough.

Note that there is also a lemon vinegar KitKat on the market, but I haven't run across it yet. Both the apple and lemon vinegar KitKats are part of a campaign by Nestlé to get people to use chilled KitKats in summer sweets preparations. There are recipes for concoctions on the cooking web site. The apple vinegar recipes include one for "healthy ice" which is a frozen concoction including (among other ingredients) apples, sugar, condensed milk, cocoa powder and the apple vinegar KitKat. There's also a recipe for "refreshing mousse" which includes the same KitKat, tofu, honey, and yogurt.

This was also reviewed at Snack Love.

9 comments:

I drink apple cider vinegar because it's a digestive enzyme and helps digest food more easily. It's great for weight loss. By having it with every meal, I have lost 6kgs, and that is without changing anything else in my diet.

Another great thing apple cider vinegar is great for, is that it dissolves gall stones. Alot of chinese friends of mine, use it for this purpose.

I actually really like the taste, and I love the weight loss resulting from it.

I'd love to taste this flavour! I'll have to look on ebay for it.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


Japanese Snack Reviews

This particular KitKat has a few fewer calories than the average one. Most of the other varieties are 110-120 calories for two fingers. This one is only 100. That vinegar must be good for you!

Ja, u het reg gelees. This is a vinegar flavored KitKat. This sounds a lot stranger to us Western folks perhaps than to Japanese people, who actually have "drinking vinegar" which they consume for health purposes. That is why there is a picture of a refreshing glass of iced vinegar on the front of the box.

If you're interested, there's a survey about the vinegar drinking habits of Japanese folks on the excellent web site, What Japan Thinks. According to the survey, about 56% of Japanese people have at one time or another drunk vinegar. The biggest reason they drink it appears to be to relieve fatigue. Mind you, I don't believe vinegar necessarily helps with anything health-wise, but I'm betting that it probably isn't bad for you and there's probably a chance it's beneficial.


The packaging is interesting because they're using the same inner package wrapper design as the apple KitKat. However, this is a white chocolate-based KitKat rather than a milk one like the plain apple variety.

The bar smells mildly of apple. There is no scent of vinegar that I could detect. The first bite of this tasted like apple cider. I didn't have much of a sense of the vinegar taste until the second bite where it leaped up and tickled the back of my nose. As I finished off the first finger, I had a strong sense of apple vinegar flavor building up.

The surprising thing about this is that it's really not bad. It's not the sort of thing that you'd sample and think the flavors are discordant. The apple vinegar flavor offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate without creating a weird combination. My feelings about this are similar to the ones I had with the Muscat of Alexandria KitKat. That is that I think it's interesting and am happy to have sampled something unique, but I won't be craving it or buying it again. Once is enough.

Note that there is also a lemon vinegar KitKat on the market, but I haven't run across it yet. Both the apple and lemon vinegar KitKats are part of a campaign by Nestlé to get people to use chilled KitKats in summer sweets preparations. There are recipes for concoctions on the cooking web site. The apple vinegar recipes include one for "healthy ice" which is a frozen concoction including (among other ingredients) apples, sugar, condensed milk, cocoa powder and the apple vinegar KitKat. There's also a recipe for "refreshing mousse" which includes the same KitKat, tofu, honey, and yogurt.

This was also reviewed at Snack Love.

9 comments:

I drink apple cider vinegar because it's a digestive enzyme and helps digest food more easily. It's great for weight loss. By having it with every meal, I have lost 6kgs, and that is without changing anything else in my diet.

Another great thing apple cider vinegar is great for, is that it dissolves gall stones. Alot of chinese friends of mine, use it for this purpose.

I actually really like the taste, and I love the weight loss resulting from it.

I'd love to taste this flavour! I'll have to look on ebay for it.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


Japanese Snack Reviews

This particular KitKat has a few fewer calories than the average one. Most of the other varieties are 110-120 calories for two fingers. This one is only 100. That vinegar must be good for you!

Ja, u het reg gelees. This is a vinegar flavored KitKat. This sounds a lot stranger to us Western folks perhaps than to Japanese people, who actually have "drinking vinegar" which they consume for health purposes. That is why there is a picture of a refreshing glass of iced vinegar on the front of the box.

If you're interested, there's a survey about the vinegar drinking habits of Japanese folks on the excellent web site, What Japan Thinks. According to the survey, about 56% of Japanese people have at one time or another drunk vinegar. The biggest reason they drink it appears to be to relieve fatigue. Mind you, I don't believe vinegar necessarily helps with anything health-wise, but I'm betting that it probably isn't bad for you and there's probably a chance it's beneficial.


The packaging is interesting because they're using the same inner package wrapper design as the apple KitKat. However, this is a white chocolate-based KitKat rather than a milk one like the plain apple variety.

The bar smells mildly of apple. There is no scent of vinegar that I could detect. The first bite of this tasted like apple cider. I didn't have much of a sense of the vinegar taste until the second bite where it leaped up and tickled the back of my nose. As I finished off the first finger, I had a strong sense of apple vinegar flavor building up.

The surprising thing about this is that it's really not bad. It's not the sort of thing that you'd sample and think the flavors are discordant. The apple vinegar flavor offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate without creating a weird combination. My feelings about this are similar to the ones I had with the Muscat of Alexandria KitKat. That is that I think it's interesting and am happy to have sampled something unique, but I won't be craving it or buying it again. Once is enough.

Note that there is also a lemon vinegar KitKat on the market, but I haven't run across it yet. Both the apple and lemon vinegar KitKats are part of a campaign by Nestlé to get people to use chilled KitKats in summer sweets preparations. There are recipes for concoctions on the cooking web site. The apple vinegar recipes include one for "healthy ice" which is a frozen concoction including (among other ingredients) apples, sugar, condensed milk, cocoa powder and the apple vinegar KitKat. There's also a recipe for "refreshing mousse" which includes the same KitKat, tofu, honey, and yogurt.

This was also reviewed at Snack Love.

9 comments:

I drink apple cider vinegar because it's a digestive enzyme and helps digest food more easily. It's great for weight loss. By having it with every meal, I have lost 6kgs, and that is without changing anything else in my diet.

Another great thing apple cider vinegar is great for, is that it dissolves gall stones. Alot of chinese friends of mine, use it for this purpose.

I actually really like the taste, and I love the weight loss resulting from it.

I'd love to taste this flavour! I'll have to look on ebay for it.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


Japanese Snack Reviews

This particular KitKat has a few fewer calories than the average one. Most of the other varieties are 110-120 calories for two fingers. This one is only 100. That vinegar must be good for you!

Ja, u het reg gelees. This is a vinegar flavored KitKat. This sounds a lot stranger to us Western folks perhaps than to Japanese people, who actually have "drinking vinegar" which they consume for health purposes. That is why there is a picture of a refreshing glass of iced vinegar on the front of the box.

If you're interested, there's a survey about the vinegar drinking habits of Japanese folks on the excellent web site, What Japan Thinks. According to the survey, about 56% of Japanese people have at one time or another drunk vinegar. The biggest reason they drink it appears to be to relieve fatigue. Mind you, I don't believe vinegar necessarily helps with anything health-wise, but I'm betting that it probably isn't bad for you and there's probably a chance it's beneficial.


The packaging is interesting because they're using the same inner package wrapper design as the apple KitKat. However, this is a white chocolate-based KitKat rather than a milk one like the plain apple variety.

The bar smells mildly of apple. There is no scent of vinegar that I could detect. The first bite of this tasted like apple cider. I didn't have much of a sense of the vinegar taste until the second bite where it leaped up and tickled the back of my nose. As I finished off the first finger, I had a strong sense of apple vinegar flavor building up.

The surprising thing about this is that it's really not bad. It's not the sort of thing that you'd sample and think the flavors are discordant. The apple vinegar flavor offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate without creating a weird combination. My feelings about this are similar to the ones I had with the Muscat of Alexandria KitKat. That is that I think it's interesting and am happy to have sampled something unique, but I won't be craving it or buying it again. Once is enough.

Note that there is also a lemon vinegar KitKat on the market, but I haven't run across it yet. Both the apple and lemon vinegar KitKats are part of a campaign by Nestlé to get people to use chilled KitKats in summer sweets preparations. There are recipes for concoctions on the cooking web site. The apple vinegar recipes include one for "healthy ice" which is a frozen concoction including (among other ingredients) apples, sugar, condensed milk, cocoa powder and the apple vinegar KitKat. There's also a recipe for "refreshing mousse" which includes the same KitKat, tofu, honey, and yogurt.

This was also reviewed at Snack Love.

9 comments:

I drink apple cider vinegar because it's a digestive enzyme and helps digest food more easily. It's great for weight loss. By having it with every meal, I have lost 6kgs, and that is without changing anything else in my diet.

Another great thing apple cider vinegar is great for, is that it dissolves gall stones. Alot of chinese friends of mine, use it for this purpose.

I actually really like the taste, and I love the weight loss resulting from it.

I'd love to taste this flavour! I'll have to look on ebay for it.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


Japanese Snack Reviews

This particular KitKat has a few fewer calories than the average one. Most of the other varieties are 110-120 calories for two fingers. This one is only 100. That vinegar must be good for you!

Ja, u het reg gelees. This is a vinegar flavored KitKat. This sounds a lot stranger to us Western folks perhaps than to Japanese people, who actually have "drinking vinegar" which they consume for health purposes. That is why there is a picture of a refreshing glass of iced vinegar on the front of the box.

If you're interested, there's a survey about the vinegar drinking habits of Japanese folks on the excellent web site, What Japan Thinks. According to the survey, about 56% of Japanese people have at one time or another drunk vinegar. The biggest reason they drink it appears to be to relieve fatigue. Mind you, I don't believe vinegar necessarily helps with anything health-wise, but I'm betting that it probably isn't bad for you and there's probably a chance it's beneficial.


The packaging is interesting because they're using the same inner package wrapper design as the apple KitKat. However, this is a white chocolate-based KitKat rather than a milk one like the plain apple variety.

The bar smells mildly of apple. There is no scent of vinegar that I could detect. The first bite of this tasted like apple cider. I didn't have much of a sense of the vinegar taste until the second bite where it leaped up and tickled the back of my nose. As I finished off the first finger, I had a strong sense of apple vinegar flavor building up.

The surprising thing about this is that it's really not bad. It's not the sort of thing that you'd sample and think the flavors are discordant. The apple vinegar flavor offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate without creating a weird combination. My feelings about this are similar to the ones I had with the Muscat of Alexandria KitKat. That is that I think it's interesting and am happy to have sampled something unique, but I won't be craving it or buying it again. Once is enough.

Note that there is also a lemon vinegar KitKat on the market, but I haven't run across it yet. Both the apple and lemon vinegar KitKats are part of a campaign by Nestlé to get people to use chilled KitKats in summer sweets preparations. There are recipes for concoctions on the cooking web site. The apple vinegar recipes include one for "healthy ice" which is a frozen concoction including (among other ingredients) apples, sugar, condensed milk, cocoa powder and the apple vinegar KitKat. There's also a recipe for "refreshing mousse" which includes the same KitKat, tofu, honey, and yogurt.

This was also reviewed at Snack Love.

9 comments:

I drink apple cider vinegar because it's a digestive enzyme and helps digest food more easily. It's great for weight loss. By having it with every meal, I have lost 6kgs, and that is without changing anything else in my diet.

Another great thing apple cider vinegar is great for, is that it dissolves gall stones. Alot of chinese friends of mine, use it for this purpose.

I actually really like the taste, and I love the weight loss resulting from it.

I'd love to taste this flavour! I'll have to look on ebay for it.

The next kit kat I expected was wasabi, I definitely didn't expect this one!

My first impression was one of disgust - but thinking about it, it seems like the sour vinegar would balance out the sweetness of the candy like you said. Hm.. I wonder if I'd be able to find it over here.

I wonder if anyone would bother to import these given how strange the concept is. One thing I can say is that they seem to be relatively popular for the moment here. There aren't many left on the shelves at the local Family Mart.

I bought a whole bunch of them on ebay for my Japanese friends, they are really looking forward to having it. :)

How much do these things run on eBay, Kelly?

Right now, I'd be worried about them melting if they're shipped from Japan. It's getting pretty warm here and all public spaces are woefully under-air conditioned.

Oh, I always buy from the same seller. Somehow his never melts even when he sends them in Japan's summer.

I bought them for $AU 3.69 each which is not too bad as other sellers are selling them for around $4.70 aud.

I've established abit of a personal relationship with him over the years of buying from him, he's on my FB, and he throws in a few freebies everytime I buy. This time he gave me some of the rose mini's, so I'm looking forward to trying those.

That's one heck of a mark-up on the original price. I can see why he'd throw you some freebies once in awhile to keep you as a regular customer. At current rates, the price you're paying is 2.7x the price in Japan, but I guess all imports are going to be expensive.

I'm thinking I've gone into the wrong business. I'm making pennies per post, when I could be making so much more selling the crap I write about!

Yeah I often think that. You could make quite a few bob selling Japanese snacks, there is quite a market for it.

The guy I buy from makes alot of money I think because he has 35+ flavours of Japanese kit kat in stock including regional types. He also does special orders. I buy from him more than j-list because j-list are not organized enough, they don't have an up-to-date list of what is in stock. In the past I've ordered things on the site that said was in stock but in fact weren't and I had to wait for it to be ordered.

Most of the Japanese snacks I can get here, about one month after release if I want to wait, it's just the kit kats I can't get.

Then again I used to sell Aussie foodstuff on ebay, had my own store, and in the end the money wasn't worth the pain because people ordered things from me that weren't allowed to go through customs and I got complaints, or some people didn't buy insurance and they got lost in the post, and I got complaints. You have to be really dedicated and posting items every day. For me, it just got too much.

I guess you have to consider the pro's and con's. How much effort does teaching take compared to auctions and invoices, and $ comparisons.

I have GOT to try these. It just sounds so out of left field as a candy flavor.

My Great-grandmother was big on folk remedies (and we suspect she just randomly made stuff up as she went along). She used to make us drink 2 tablespoons of straight apple cedar vinegar for sore throats. It actually did work oddly enough.


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  1. Baen

    Dit is wat vir my nodig was. Ek dank u vir die hulp in hierdie vraag.

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    Very entertaining opinion

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