Source: Nestle Japan Press Release Newest Japanese Kit Kats Are Premium Birthstone Chocolates To Be Sold Monthly 2017-11-02 Thu 2017-11-03 Fri Japanese Kit Kat flavors are known for their variety, often taking advantage of regional and seasonal ingredients. It's their high-end Chocolatory stores, however, that have offered some of the fancier flavors in their lineup. In the past they've released Kit Kat sushi and chocolate cake-filled Kit Kats as well. Now Nestlé Japan may have outdone their fancy-pants ways with their latest release, a series of birthstone embedded Kit Kats. Starting from this November, a Kit Kat Chocolatory Birthstone series will be released that offers a special edition flavor inspired by the birthstone of that month. While not an actual birthstone (it's an edible cake decoration), the shiny treasure embedded in each Kit Kat it said to contain good fortune for those who eat their corresponding release. Here are the releases in monthly order. November: Chestnut (Topaz) Source: Nestle Press Release December: Purple Yam (Tanzanite) Source: Nestle Press Release January: Raspberry (Garnet) Source: Nestle Press Release February: Haskap Berry (Amethyst) Source: Nestle Press Release March: Grapefruit Mint (Aquamarine) Source: Nestle Press Release April: Rum Raisin (Diamond) Source: Nestle Press Release May: Pistachio (Emerald) Source: Nestle Press Release June: Coconut (Moonstone) Source: Nestle Press Release July: Tomato (Ruby) Source: Nestle Press Release August: Shikuwasa (a citrus fruit popular in Okinawa) (Peridot) Source: Nestle Press Release September: Blueberry (Sapphire) Source: Nestle Press Release October: Peach (Tourmaline) Source: Nestle Press Release While only Topaz is available at the moment, during the corresponding month, flavors will be available at all Kit Kat chocolatory stores for 1,485 yen, in packs of three "gourmet" bars. It probably won't happen until all monthly flavors are released, but Chocolatory Kit Kat sets have been made available on Amazon in the past, so there is some hope for people not in Japan. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Nestle Japan Press Release / Nestle Japan Press Release Tags: Birthstones / Candy / chocolate / Cool / Japan / Kit-Kats / Nestle / Snacks / Sweets grape Japan Food Newest Japanese Kit Kats Are Premium Birthstone Chocolates To Be Sold Monthly Related Article Have A Very Ghibli Christmas With These Ugly Studio Ghibli Christmas Sweaters How & Why Japanese School Girls Have Short Skirts? Universal Studios Japan Teases Super Nintendo World In New Trailer, Mario Stage Photos Blind Boy Sends Nintendo Touching Thank You For Only Game He Can Play, Their Reply Is Awesome Boats Look Like They Are Floating In Midair Over Kashiwa Island’s Crystal Clear Oceans New Japanese Potato Chip Flavor Is A Regional Specialty: Squid And Carrots!