There's now a fruit and cheese-flavoured Kit Kat, and it sounds horrendous
Some things just don't go together.
Chocolate can be a form of religion for some people as it's cheap, versatile, sweet, and delicious.
Everyone has their favourite bar or packet of sweets that brings them solace or a little sugar boost.
Well, fans of the traditional Nestlé's Kit Kat may want to look away now.
The confectionary giant has brought out a few varieties of Kit Kat in the past - orange flavour, mint chocolate, white chocolate - that were all adequately edible.
However, this new flavour may just be the weirdest yet.
— キットカット (@KITKATJapan) April 25, 2016
The new Hokkaido melon and mascarpone cheese flavour between sweet wafers is covered in mild white chocolate. So melon, cheese and white chocolate? Riiiiigggght...
According to the Nestlé Japan website, the description for the new flavour marries together the "mild sweetness of Hokkaido melon and a fresh taste of mascarpone cheese."
The new Kit Kat is being sold at airports at Japan, alongside two other flavours currently being tested, including Japanese strawberry, and uji matcha (green tea).
If it's a success, then it may be rolled out further afield.
Erm, we'll pass, thanks.