Look, I get it. American tastes can be a little... much. We like it coated with an extra layer of cool ranch and fiery cheez. I'm assuming that our national obsession with pumpkin flavored coffee is a source of bewilderment anywhere else. But check out these incredible flavors Americans don’t get to try.
Japanese Kit Kats go beyond corn syrup with their Grilled Corn Kit Kat bars.
Yeah, but does Japan's Yogurt Pepsi come in diet?
Singapore runs on Wasabi Cheese and Seaweed Cheese donuts.
Pakistan's Lemon and Pepper Tang sounds like a killer salad dressing.
We have nothing but Cheetos, guacamole and a dream. Japan has the answer.
I've got my eye on your Green Tea Oreos, China.
At least Turkey's Yogurt and Mint Doritos have a super trustworthy looking spokesmodel guy with a goatee.
When the Grilled Corn gets boring, Japanese snackers can take a break with a Wasabi Kit Kat.
Don't act like you wouldn't make a beeline for a Coffee Jelly Frappuccino if Pacific Asian Starbucks would share.
What is on the topping of Japan's Spicy Tomato Krispy Kreme donut? Is that basil?
We killed off the Coke Blak in 2008, but Cappuccino Pepsi is still going strong in Europe and Russia.
Japan's Mountain Dew Cheetos are really just looking to save you time.
For movie night in Japan, you might just curl up on the couch with Tomato and Carrot Haagen-Dazs ice cream.
Love your pancakes but wish they came in a can? Japan's got your back.
Denmark's Pepsi loves its Cuban highball flavor to go.
You know those hot summer days in Japan when all you want is an ice cold, refreshing Spaghetti Popsicle? Me neither.
Hey, India, save some "Mint Mischief" Lay’s chips for the rest of us.
I'm more or less okay with British Worcester Sauce Walkers chips.
Saffron Pistachio Dunkin’ Donuts? Yes please, India.
Chocolate Quesadillas from Taco Bell? Spain, I thought I knew you better.