Human, in general, likes to try new stuffs. (That’s just my own opinion. I’m not gonna prove that using any statistical model and it doesn’t mean that we don’t like to stick with the classics.)
Don’t know since when there are different flavours for almost everything.
I think no one has never tried Kit-Kat before. To give you a little bit of the background…
KIT KAT is the number one selling candy bar in the U.K. KIT KAT is a licensed brand from Societe Des Produits Nestle S.A. Hershey Foods Corporation’s original licensing agreement was executed with Rowntree Products in 1969. In 1988, Nestle purchased Rowntree.
You can find different editions and special editions and limited editions of Kit Kat in different countries, and I was kinda surprised when I knew how popular Kit-Kat is in Japan (for the reason, click here). But you know what, the Kit-Kat Original is the still the best selling one among all the different flavours and different chocolate bars.
Bubble Tea is another example. Mix & Match, you name it, you get it. From the classic black tea, green tea, milk tea to the weirdest flaours. Gelato, same thing; from the classic Vanilla to Rose. Even chewing gum is drawn into this battle…the little piece of thing you chew on while you have nothing to do or while you are under pressure.
Just tried the new Trident Strawberry with Kiwi Splash –
but I didn’t feel the splash though
It’s a trend that has gradually emerged.
To make the competition more intense, you also see the cross-over between different brands of candies.