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12+ Chocolate Bars We Wish Still Existed

Milkybar Choo

Well, these were simply sensational! Who remembers the strawberry flavour, so good. I do seem to remember them starting at about 20p though before being hiked up to the price of a standard chocolate bar. There is plenty of people lobbying their return online, hopefully, they get their wish.

Mars Planets

These were absolute genius! The excitement of which you’d get made them taste even better- and, you weren’t filled with dread that you’d chomp in to a raisin or coffee one like you had with Revels.

Echo

Why did these things ever disappear? They were literally melt in the mouth. Did you prefer original or the mint one? We say bring BOTH back…

Wispa Mint

Wispa actually vanished from our shelves altogether, however after Cadbury were giving plenty of resistance from the great chocolate lovers out there, they have brought back the original chocolate version. However us mint fans are still waiting! There was also that stunning coffee flavour, Wispaccino, so good.

Flake Snow

Well for all white chocolate lovers, this really is the one that probably breaks your heart the most. However, we have some interesting news for you. You can still get your hands on a Dream bar. Although it may cost you a few quid in flights, as they are only sold in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. So, basically, the opposite side of the world! Just our luck.

Dream Bar

Well for all white chocolate lovers, this really is the one that probably breaks your heart the most. However, we have some interesting news for you. You can still get your hands on a Dream bar. Although it may cost you a few quid in flights, as they are only sold in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. So, basically, the opposite side of the world! Just our luck.

Secret

These were basically a bar version of the old famous Walnut Whip! They broke easily but if you managed to get yours home without cracking it in your shopping bag, then you were in for a treat! However, they were discontinued in 2003, 15 years ago!

Cadbury Dairy Milk Marble

Wow! This one rolls back the memories, doesn’t it? Dairy milk has done so many brilliant variants of their chocolate over the years, but this mix of milk and white chocolate with a hazelnut centre was right up there with the best.

Galaxy Truffle Celebrations

Celebrations have never been the same since this bad boy was removed. Galaxy chocolate is so nice, I’m not sure what they do with it, but it is so much better than everything else. The fight for these in the celebration tin could get a bit brutal.

Mars Delights

Would you believe me if I told you that one of these had more calories than a Big Mac and fries from McDonald’s? Well, it’s true. However, you do not regret one single bite of it! These were unreal. They sadly kind of just disappeared over time and our chocolate shelves have been suffering ever since.

Cadbury Snaps

Cadbury Snaps were so good but so dangerous. A whole box of these could get demolished without even thinking about it! These were the Pringles for chocolate lovers. What was your favourite flavour, mint or orange?

Mingles

Mingles were the mint chocolate lovers dream. Although, am I the only one who thinks that every single one of them tasted pretty much exactly the same? Not that it was an issue, as they were delicious. It was always the purely dark chocolate ones that ended up as the last ones in the pack.

Spira Bar

For some reason, the Spira bars have been forgotten by most. They were only discontinued in 2005 as well, so they were only pulled from our shelves just over 10 years ago. However, those that do remember them will have been gutted to see them go. So good!

KitKat Senses

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How were these pulled from the shelves? They were extremely delicious, but with Kinder Bueno’s on the rise, I guess people no longer needed the KitKat version.

Fuse bar

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Fuse bars were amazing, they seemed to have a bit of everything! They had bits of nut, some raisins and tons of fudge pieces and all coated in chocolate. They started in ’96 but just a decade later in ’06 the bars were discontinued.

Toffo’s

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These sweets, whilst not actually chocolate, were up there with our favourites. Super chewy and pretty much Rolos without chocolate, they came to an end in 2008, saddening an awful lot of people who loved them.

Double Cream

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Double cream bars were one of my favourites but Nestle decided to pull the plug on them due to a lack of sale in 2005. One retailer said at the time: “It doesn’t have the heritage of Cadbury and the fact it contains double cream has not proved compelling enough to customers.” They were probably very bad for you but I was too busy eating them to read the label.

Marble

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Marble was just one of a very long line of Cadbury creations that did well at first but quickly dropped off as they brought out something else that was new. It was melt in the mouth chocolate that was a massive hit, but unfortunately not enough to keep it being made. It was a combination of praline, milk and white chocolate and its crazy pattern made it a real favourite.

White Maltesers

We miss these ones dearly. It seems a lot of the white chocolate snacks have fallen, but it’s actually just underrated as milk chocolate just takes all the spotlight. It’s time white chocolate got the appreciation it deserves…

Dairy Milk Tasters

Simple, yet very effective. These were literally little balls of the classic Cadbury’s, but they were out of this world. We might have more than enough chocolate to choose from these days, but these still wouldn’t go amiss…