Cadbury Cherry Ripe Chocolate Bar, 52 g
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Doing exactly what it says on the tin, the Terry’s Pyramint was a a chunky triangular-shaped chocolate filled with minty gloop. I let this settle before melting my last batch of choc (and burning myself a little 🙁 ) to form the top/bottom of the bar. Then slammed it in the fridge for a couple of hours and prayed.
They were lovely sweets, all sorts of fruity flavours, with a tongue-pleasing dimple on each side. I’m sure you all have your own particular favourite confection of yesteryear.The spiral chocolate bar - which took its name from the spiral like chocolate shape inside - was first launched in the north east of England by Cadbury in the 1980s. After proving to be exceptionally popular it was rolled out across the UK and became a firm favourite among chocolate fans. Surely the chewy mint version of the Opal Fruit, the amazing Pacer, with its green stripes, sold really well? The Mars Delight, perceived as a lighter version of the traditional Mars Bar, spent four years on the shelves but was discontinued in 2008.
The Taz bar was released in 1994 and remained on shelves for a few years but has since been outlived by the Freddo. A hazelnut in every bite.’ Did you find one in your bar of Topic? I can remember a tv advert with an ant like creature in showbiz dress dancing with top hat and cane. I can’t remember if there really was a hazelnut in the nougat and caramel bar or if it was a topic of conversation in our family. Marathon BarModern comedians of a certain age still make fun of those other entertainers who ask “whatever happened to Spangles?” thinking it a lazy comedic shortcut. But I’m actually interested! What did happen to Spangles?
A mix between a traditional Cadbury Flake and a Twirl the Cadbury Snowflake was crumbly white chocolate encased in milk chocolate. The Snowflake was also at points called a Flake Snow to separate it from its milk chocolate counterpart. It arrived on shelves in 2000 but by 2008 had been discontinued in the UK. The bar - under its name Flake Snow - is still available in other parts of the world. Asda has sold the 90s favourite Trio The Cabana was a milk chocolate bar found inside a blue wrapper where the inside of the sweet treat was filled with a coconut and caramel filling and chunks of cherry.
The Wagon Wheel the size of a manhole cover, the Fry’s Chocolate Cream with the different coloured fillings, the little bags of sugary coconut known as Spanish Gold? The Wispa brand’s answer to the Aero Mint was discontinued in 2003 alongside the equally tasty caramel and biscuit Bite. Banjo