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What is your favourite chocolate bar

whiskyboozer

Established Member
With all the Cadbury talk going on it got me wondering...what is your favourite chocolate bar.....

Of all time?

At the moment?

All time Fry's Five Centres- like Fry's cream but with five different flavoured fondant centres.

At the moment- Wispa Gold. Never had one when they originally came out but pretty partial to them just now. Close second Kit Kat Chunky- Peanut variety.
 

ROBIN50N

Prominent Member
milka, which is made by kraft.....:)
 

PJTX100

Distinguished Member
Cadbury's Dairy Milk. :thumbsup:
With or without the crunchie bits.
Or the minty bits.
Or the any bits.
And I'll still buy it.
Together with my foreign TV.
My foreign car.
My foreign amp.
My foreign mp3 player.
My foreign pojector.
My foreign everything really.
With British money.
Provided by my foreign employers. :smashin:
 

lord-dudester

Prominent Member
Cadbury's Dairy Milk. :thumbsup:
With or without the crunchie bits.
Or the minty bits.
Or the any bits.
And I'll still buy it.
Together with my foreign TV.
My foreign car.
My foreign amp.
My foreign mp3 player.
My foreign pojector.
My foreign everything really.
With British money.
Provided by my foreign employers. :smashin:
:rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
 

ian494

Established Member
With all the Cadbury talk going on it got me wondering...what is your favourite chocolate bar.....

Of all time?

At the moment?

All time Fry's Five Centres- like Fry's cream but with five different flavoured fondant centres.

At the moment- Wispa Gold. Never had one when they originally came out but pretty partial to them just now. Close second Kit Kat Chunky- Peanut variety.


Always annoyed me that the flavours never lined up with the breaks, so you had half one flavour and half the next.
 

bazonix

Prominent Member
Cadbury's Dairy Milk. :thumbsup:
With or without the crunchie bits.
Or the minty bits.
Or the any bits.
And I'll still buy it.
Together with my foreign TV.
My foreign car.
My foreign amp.
My foreign mp3 player.
My foreign pojector.
My foreign everything really.
With British money.
Provided by my foreign employers. :smashin:

and me :) said like a true gent :smashin:
 

eric pisch

Distinguished Member
sainsburys belgian chocolate, 400g for £2 :thumbsup::thumbsup:

only £2 for a bar that actually comes in a single serving portion, no more buying 4 or 5 weedy bars :D


i guess fruit n nut would be my all time fav


however in reality i dont eat chocolate

but i do cook with willie's 100% cacao from waitrose a lot, makes spag bogs, chilli con carne etc bloody fantastic :devil:
 

ste v p

Established Member
I've been eating a lot of Wispas since they were re-released but I didn't eat them much before that. I suppose you don't miss something until it's gone!
 

phairplay

Distinguished Member
BIG (choc) BUTTONS, toffee crisp and milky bars
 

KhalJimbo

Distinguished Member
BIG (choc) BUTTONS, toffee crisp and milky bars

Its got to be the Big Choc Buttons here too, as well as the Daim bars from Ikea, bloomin heck those Daim bars are good, so is the Daim Cake yummy :D
 

FZR400RRSP

Banned
Good god, no-one has mentioned some obscure chocolate, made by post-traumatic stress sufferers in Guam using cocoa beans that have been matured in the digestive tract of endangered marmasets.

Someone usually does in thread like this....:rolleyes:

Co-op's Fairtrade fruit and nut is the business, for me.:thumbsup:
 

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