A sweet break for Sydney with new KitKat Chocolatory

On 6 July Sydneysiders will have access to visit the KitKat Chocolatory!

Is it really as sweet of a deal as it sounds you may ask?

There is a range of personalised, premium chocolate experiences on offer – after seeing the success of the Melbourne boutique, offering additional premium KitKat experiences.

“We are looking forward to offering Sydneysiders a KitKat Chocolatory experience that allows them to explore their creativity and discover amazing chocolate combinations, handcrafted by our incredibly talented chocolatiers,” says Nestle General Manager Confectionery, Chris O’Donnell.

At the heart of the KitKat Chocolatory is Create Your Break which offers guests the chance to design their own eight finger KitKat to be created in the boutique. Create Your Break offers up to 30,000 possible combinations, with a choice of premium chocolates, an array of gourmet ingredients and custom package designs. Guests can either watch the chocolatiers create their bar or return to collect it.

But wait there’s more!

At the KitKat Tasting Table, guests can explore a carefully crafted selection of plated KitKat desserts offering the latest trends in chocolate yet inspired by the history of the bran. Reservations for up to 10 guests for the 90-minute seatings are available through OpenTable.

For those looking to taste new creations, the KitKat Chocolate Train provides selections with fillings such as Yuzu Ganache, Peanut Butter & Raspberry and Wasabi Crème, from which guests can select while sitting at the train.

The boutique also offers guests an exclusive Mix Your Break range. Twelve individually wrapped creations, such as Cotton Candy, Guava, Churros, Sake and Matcha give guests the chance to select from a whole variety of delicious flavours.

“It is with pleasure that we announce the opening of the KitKat Chocolatory flagship at Mid City Sydney,” says Head Chocolatier at KitKat Chocolatory, Connie Yuen.

“We have curated the very best of our KitKat Chocolatory boutiques, and I am now delighted to showcase the creativity that goes into premium chocolate-making here in Sydney.”

KitKat Chocolatory is in Japan and Malaysia and more recently in the UK, Canada and Brazil.

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