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This new chocolate wafer treat sounds out of this world.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
February 2, 2018

Along with millennial pink mugs, laptop cases, and furniture, here's a new collectible to add to your blush pink collection: Kit Kat bars. 

Made by Nestlé, Kit Kat launched a millennial pink flavor in January 2018 available only in Japan and South Korea, officially called "the Kit Kat Chocolatory Sublime Ruby." Unfortunately, it hasn't hit American shelves quite yet, but you can now order the coveted candy bars online.

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Made from "Ruby chocolate," which was introduced in September 2017, Nestlé describes the taste as having "[the] harmony of sweetness and sourness similiar to berries." To sink your teeth into the buzzy bar, however, it's going to cost you. You can order one of three sets here, and Delish reports they all come out to around $91.50 after tax and shipping. All sets also include either Japanese Matcha Kit Kats or Purple Sweet Potato Kit Kats, too.

But hey, with Valentine's Day around the corner, this gift for your chocolate-lovin' special someone may be worth the splurge.