Your favroute cadburys chocolate bar

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jonathanemptage
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whats your favroute Cadbury's chocolate bar? For me it's the flake i just love how it crumbles.
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That's a very difficult question but I think a Wispa
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The plain one
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biscuit chocolate
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Not the biggest fan of Cadbury's, but I do like the Double Decker. The layer of nougat is just :sogood:
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I can't choose
I supose top of the list for me are twirl, flake, dairy milk, crunchie, kitkat, snickers, aero
pretty much all of them
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Cadbury Caramel

Does anyone remember these? They were my all time favourite :love: wish they were still sold :cry2:

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(Original post by claireestelle)
That's a very difficult question but I think a Wispa
I also love the Wispa (as well as the flake as i said in my OP) when they brought it back it was one of the best days of my life (barring holidays and Christmas and birthdays and stuff)
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Dairy Milk fruit'n'nut
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To me it all tastes more sugary, less choclatey since Kraft took over.
Is that because it's what Americans are used to? Or because it's cheaper ... I'm sure UK sales are well down.
I now look at the quality brands such as Green and Black's and the "finest ranges. There's usually something on special offer.

Also:

"This week, Cadbury’s new owners announced that the confectioner is to drop its Fairtrade commitment, another broken promise to the Cadbury brand. It is a change which could hit cocoa farmers in their pockets, given they will not have the same guarantees over minimum income under a new ethical trading scheme announced by Cadbury’s now-owners Mondelez International.

Cadbury Dairy Milk has been Fairtrade since 2009, and was the first mainstream chocolate brand to become Fairtrade certified. My colleagues in the audit team who visited Ghana would tell of fascinating weekend visits to cocoa farms they knew the company was helping to support. Whatever its hardships, had Cadbury still been an independent British brand, it would never have dropped Fairtrade after all the hard work it had put in to achieve that label of ethical good business" (source)
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Twirl
Or Wispa Gold <3
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(Original post by NJA)
To me it all tastes more sugary, less choclatey since Kraft took over.
Is that because it's what Americans are used to? Or because it's cheaper ... I'm sure UK sales are well down.
I now look at the quality brands such as Green and Black's and the "finest ranges. There's usually something on special offer.

Also:

"This week, Cadbury’s new owners announced that the confectioner is to drop its Fairtrade commitment, another broken promise to the Cadbury brand. It is a change which could hit cocoa farmers in their pockets, given they will not have the same guarantees over minimum income under a new ethical trading scheme announced by Cadbury’s now-owners Mondelez International.

Cadbury Dairy Milk has been Fairtrade since 2009, and was the first mainstream chocolate brand to become Fairtrade certified. My colleagues in the audit team who visited Ghana would tell of fascinating weekend visits to cocoa farms they knew the company was helping to support. Whatever its hardships, had Cadbury still been an independent British brand, it would never have dropped Fairtrade after all the hard work it had put in to achieve that label of ethical good business" (source)
Noo they got rid of the fair trade? You sure? The cadbury chocolates I bought recently have the fair-trade sign on them.
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:adore::adore::adore:
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Story here.
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1) Dairy Milk
2) Crunchie
3) Twirl
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Dairy milk then Wispa then Twirl. Ok forget it, I LOVE them all!

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The normal one and the Oreo one
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