Japanese KitKat – Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake

I got the Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake KitKat around the same time I got the Wasabit KitKat (both from Sultan Center) and thought for sure that I’d hauled them. After searching high and low on my blog, I still can’t find anything… so here we are. Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake KitKats are everything!!!! Not only did they taste heavenly but even the packaging was absolutely beautiful!

KitKat Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake is the World Heritage (Fuji Mountain) version and are made in in Japan. I wonder what the Kuwaiti version would be… Kuwait Towers? (lawl) No, wait. That doesn’t count as a world heritage site. How about Failaka Island? Guess not…

OMG I just googled “World Heritage Kuwait” and both Kuwait Towers and Failaka Island popped up as potential sites. I wasn’t being serious but apparently this might be a “thing”.

O.O

Anyways, is that not beautiful packaging? I mean come on!

Unfortunately, my friends and I pretty much inhaled these as soon as I got them before it ever occurred to me to take pics for my blog. Sometimes waiting a whole day or two (when and if the sun decides to cooperate) so I could take photos for my blog just isn’t a viable option.

These Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake KitKats are yet another reason why I wish I lived in Japan. At least we’ve got Sultan Center (same thing, right? lawl) in Kuwait.

One thought on “Japanese KitKat – Mount Fuji Strawberry Cheese Cake

  1. Oh my gosh! I’ve never come across a KitKat cheesecake. This looks incredible and if the ingredients are correct then it’s egg free, which means I’m allowed to eat it too :D Now I need to figure out how to get my hands on one here in the UK. Thank you for hauling this, I’m so excited by this discovery!!

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