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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Nestle Kit Kat Luscious Lime Confirmed sighting: Nestle Kit Kat Luscious Lime
Posted: 13:12 Fri 03-Sep-2004. Price: 40p. Location: Cambridge City Centre. Nutritional unusualness: 20.3% lime-cream-yoghurt filling. They still insist on using those hydrogenated vegetables to make it slightly unhealthier than it need be.
"PC" reports: Hmmm. Desperately searching for a genuinely "light and fruity" yet chocolatey alternative to chocolate. This, like its lemon-flavoured predecessor, is not such a product. It's very similar to the lemon one except for the considerably stronger odour upon opening the packet, which, as artificial lime flavour always does, simply screams "TOILET CLEANER". The white chocolate is once again too cloying to go with the flavour and makes it too sickly to enjoy beyond the first finger. It also doesn't complement the lime, it merely remains in the mouth for too long after eating, like some sort of instant plaque ingredient.

...And top marks to (first-time?) spotter "PC" here for this evocative sighting, just getting in before the (unillustrated) musings of "Garf", who (inaccurately) hypothesised: Saw this in a [London EC2A] newsagents earlier today, didn't buy one as I didn't have any spare cash, but I guess it is a lime flavour Kit Kat, much like the earlier lemon & yoghurt ones. I think it is the coating that is lime flavoured, rather than the wafer core. Looks very refreshing... Still, "Garf" may yet be able to redeem himself, as he then promises that he saw the Rich Golden Caramel Kit Kat Edition "in the same shop as the Luscious Lime Kit Kat, but while that was a standard Kit Kat shape, this was in a Chunky style, and seems to have a rich vein of caramel goo running throughout. The packaging seemed very upmarket, and the 'Editions' tag would indicate that there will be a range of other special Kit Kats on the way. I'll get one and report back tomorrow..."

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Posted: 12:56 Sun 05-Sep-2004 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: I think these are actually sicklier than the lemon/yoghurt ones, if that's possible.
Posted: 19:09 Sun 05-Sep-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: can anyone tell the difference between this and the lemon one in a blind tasting? (I was eating it in semi-darkness and therefore couldn't tell if it's more vividly green)
Posted: 19:56 Sun 05-Sep-2004 by "choccieman"
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Comment: Don't know about the colour, definitely thought this tasted more of green wine gums more than anything else. A most bizarre product. Does anyone know what we're supposed to make of the giggling girles on the back of the packet?
Posted: 08:53 Mon 06-Sep-2004 by "tubeoftoothpaste" # permalink comment
Comment: I bought one of these whilst drunk on Friday night... It was in some remote wine shop in Harborne, Birmingham. Called War Lane Cellar. Its better than you'd think it'd taste but you'd never want another one coz of the sicklyness of it. Just like eating chocolate pretzels - only its not a pretzel.
Posted: 12:49 Mon 06-Sep-2004 by "Nebbish" # permalink comment
Comment: Snackspot, were you eating chocolate in bed?
Posted: 12:57 Mon 06-Sep-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: fraid not Nebbish - the Lime Kit Kat was at the kid carpet gig at the weekend, and the Seville Orange Edition at the cinema yesterday. and the cloak of darkness was a wise choice, i may add, now I've seen the mad grinning women on the back of the lime packet in the full light of day...
Posted: 13:32 Mon 13-Sep-2004 by "Moonbeam" # permalink comment
Comment: .. very disapointing, can I have my 35 pence back please Happy Shopper? I gave the other 3 fingers away, no one else was impressed.
Posted: 11:51 Tue 21-Sep-2004 by "Willow" # permalink comment
Comment: I spotted one in Selby. Not sure how much I paid for it now. Its ok. Well, I scoffed it down anyway. You can taste the lime. Maybe good in 'CHUNKY' version!!
Posted: 20:31 Fri 12-Nov-2004 by "herewegoloobyloo" # permalink comment
Comment: doncaster,12-11-04,latte 75p,lime kit-kat 35p,superb. i think i will have to stock up on this one,before it goes!!!!
Posted: 19:14 Tue 16-Nov-2004 by "Valvonatron" # permalink comment
Comment: I finally managed to get my hands on this. Yesterday, I saw it in my local Woolworthes for the first time. It was OK, but more sickly than the lemon & yoghurt ones which I much prefer. I'm still waiting for the Christmas Pudding flavour, one I want to try.
Posted: 20:35 Tue 16-Nov-2004 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Lime Kit Kat and Blood Orange have made their way to cheap shops like Jack Fultons already (a sign of their lack of popularity?), and are being sold 5 for £1. Though there is a choice of other chocolate bars that you can mix them with, such as Double Cream and even...Cadbury Caramel Eggs.
Posted: 21:09 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "Karl" # permalink comment
Comment: what were the chocolate covered pretzels called in the uk
Posted: 21:13 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Oh I remember those. They were great. Blue packet if I recall and had both white and milk chocolate.

Lost me on the name though.


Posted: 22:12 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: "Pretzel Flipz" - they were made by Nestle.
Posted: 23:56 Wed 27-Jul-2005 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: i can remember seeing them on my coffee table about 10 years ago
Posted: 15:49 Thu 28-Jul-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: I really liked pretzel flipz but I guess the world just wasn't ready for them
Posted: 17:23 Fri 14-Oct-2005 by "alan" # permalink comment
Comment: i used to shag blue packeted pretzels 36009 6 4
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