Freelance writer and poet from London; if you would like to read my poetry, please check out my book, 'Poems on the Page', available from goo.gl/Ta4oAX.
Published January 28th 2014
Cadbury's most popular range of chocolate is its Dairy Milk bars which were first launched in 1905. Made with a glass and a half of milk in every half pound bar of chocolate, it was an instant hit.
Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut
Fruit and Nut was introduced in 1928, and is probably my favourite from the whole range. I can easily wolf down an entire bar in a matter of minutes (I won't mention what size bar).
Dairy Milk Whole Nut
Whole Nut arrived in 1933, securing Cadbury's place as brand leader. But there are far more than just three types now.
The next three that came along were Caramel in 1976, Crunchie, and Turkish Delight. Then they went the way of Aeros with aerated Dairy Milk Bubbly, Bubbly Mint, and Bubbly White.
In the last year or two, there has been a boom of new and exciting products. I'm not keen on the Toffee Popcorn or Oreo, but adore their Nutty Caramel, Daim, and Golden Biscuit Crunch (my second favourite after Fruit and Nut).
Cadbury have even launched a new type of Dairy Milk called Marvellous Creations, which adds an element of fun spontaneity, where just about anything is chucked in. There's Cola Pretzel Honeycomb, Jelly Popping Candy Shells, and Cookie Nut Crunch.
And that's just in the UK. In Australia they have an even bigger range, including Black Forest, Coconut Rough, Caramello, Marvellous Creations Banana Candy Peanut Drops Choc Biscuit, Marvellous Creations Clinkers Gummi Bears Choc Biscuit, Marvellous Creations Clinkers Raspberry Chips Marshmallows, and many more. Quite frankly, I'm jealous of how many more varieties they have.