Joining the existing KitKat Senses boxed chocolates and single formats, the biscuits have two layers of wafer and a creamy filling that includes either salted caramel flakes (salted caramel), crunchy caramel pieces (millionaire’s shortbread) or choc chip cookie pieces (choc chip cookie dough).
KitKat Senses biscuits are made at Nestlé’s factory in York, which produces two and four finger KitKats and KitKat Chunky bars.
The company has invested £800,000 of machinery for its York site to produce the biscuits.
“The £800,000 investment we have made in our York factory has further strengthened our KitKat operations within the UK, and provides us with additional capabilities for the future,” said Richard Martin, technical manager, Nestlé Confectionery.
KitKat Senses biscuits are available in packs of five 22.8g bars (£1.99 RRP). They are available at Asda and Morrisons stores in the UK from this week, with other retailers to follow later in the year.