World’s First KitKat Chocolatory Opens In Melbourne

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MELBOURNE | KitKat, after a successful popup last year, have just opened the world’s first permanent chocolatory in Melbourne Central. It gives people the opportunity to create their own custom-made Kit Kat from a range of 17 premium ingredients including crunchy and chewy salted caramel, pretzels, coconut macaroons, fragrant pink rose petals and caramelised popcorn. People will be able to choose from dark, milk or white chocolate and then choose 3 additional ingredients before moving on to personalising the packaging. Each one will be made to order and delivered when ready ($15 for 8 fingers).

If you want to take the quicker option, there are a range of “street art” flavours that have been created by “The Punk Princess of Pastry” Anna Polyviou, who is the Executive Pastry Chef at Shangri-La Hotel in conjunction with local street artist Dvate. Flavours include the cinematic “Caramelising The Streets”, Chinatown and Japanese inspired “Yo Maccha Me Crazy”, and the bayside inspired “Luna Park”.

KitKat Chocolatory

Level 1, Melbourne Central Shopping Centre
Melbourne
Victoria 3000
Australia

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