Every second, 650 KitKat fingers are consumed worldwide, according to Nestle.
And beginning Feb. 1, a sake-flavored KitKat will be available in Japan, combining "chocolate with the mellow body and smooth aftertaste of sake," according to The Verge, citing Japanese news site NarNari.
Japan is a veritable "KitKat paradise," with new flavors being released frequently. According to Nestle, KitKats are the top-selling chocolate bar in Japan. Chocolate lovers in Japan can enjoy a multitude of flavors, including strawberry, purple sweet potato, pear, edamame, bean cake, cinnamon cookie, European cheese, matcha-green tea, and exotic sakura. There are even KitKat boutiques in Tokyo and Kyoto devoted exclusively to the chocolate bars.