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From the country with the most interesting Kit-Kat flavors, comes this: a Kit-Kat sandwich you can order at a fast food chain. Sure, why not?

Though, I bet somewhere someone in a moment of snacking depravity has put Kit-Kats between bread. However, no fastfood chain has ever sold such madness to the masses. Until now.

Fast food chain First Kitchen is rolling out the Kit-Kat sandwich in Japan. According to website Gigazine, this sweet treat is a Kit-Kat that's topped with whipped cream and orange peel and stuffed between two slices of white bread.

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Website Entabe took a photo of the sandwich on a fancy plate. Thanks, Entabe!

This isn't your typical Kit-Kat bar, but rather, "Kit-Kat for Cafe," which is specially designed for dipping in hot beverages. This makes the Kit-Kat sandwich crispier than a regular Kit-Kat bar would. On Twitter, people are saying the sandwich "tastes better than expected."

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Available for a limited time only, it's priced at 220 yen (US$1.81) per sandwich. Chocolate. Whipped cream. Orange peel. Bread. What's not not like? Maybe the bread part. But I might give it a whirl. I might not! WHO KNOWS. I do, that's who.

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