Reinventing The Chocolate Wheel | Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions

I absolutely love relaxing with a couple of episodes of my favourite TV Show and a nice Bar of Chocolate at the end of a long day. That’s why when I had heard that Cadbury had released a range of Chocolate Bars all created by people who had won a competition to create their own Bar, I obviously had to pop down to my local Supermarket and check them out. Well after checking them all out, I eventually picked up the Choca-Latte Bar, the Simply The Zest Bar, and The Raspberry Shortcake Bar, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Cadbury say about all three delicious Chocolate Bars.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Choca-Latte.

Try one of our new Dairy Milk Invention Bars, the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Choca-Latte Bar by Callum from Ireland. In 2018 we invited the nation to create their own Bar. Three winners were then selected and it is now time for you to taste and vote for your favourite.
Milk Chocolate with Coffee flavoured Creme and Digestive Biscuit pieces. Choca-Latte inventor Callum Clogher, from Roscommon, was struck by inspiration when he discovered the delicious combo of Coffee and Cream while working in his local Coffee Shop.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Simply The Zest.

Try one of our new Dairy Milk Invention Bars, the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Simply The Zest by Neelam from Leeds. Orange flavoured Chocolate with Almond Caramel pieces and Digestive Biscuit. In 2018 we invited the nation to create their own Bar. Three winners were then selected and it is now time for you to taste and vote for your favourite.
Neelan Shah, Leeds based Simply The Zest inventor, was inspired to create her flavour after discovering that she couldn’t find the perfect Orange Chocolate to satisfy her taste buds.

The cadbury Dairy Milk The Raspberry Shortcake.

Try one of our new Dairy Milk Invention Bars, the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions The Raspberry Shortcake Bar by Melanie. Milk Chocolate studded with Raspberry pieces, White Crisp Perls and Shortcake.  In 2018 we invited the nation to create their own Bar. Three winners were then selected and it is now time for you to taste and vote for your favourite.
Manchester’s Melanie Fuller, full time Teacher and part time Raspberry Shortcake inventor, enlisted the help of her Mum to create her ultimate flavour.

A tall rectangular purple chocolate bar that has Cadbury Dairy Milk written in bold white writing, Choca-Latte written in bold brown writing, and a picture of a white Mug full of some dark brown Coffee on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Choca-Latte.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Choca-Latte.

It’s taste.

I really liked this, as even though i’m not a massive fan of Coffee, I thought that it had a delicious sweet and creamy yet ever so slightly burnt Coffee taste to it that kind of reminded me of a really sweet Coffee Cake topped with lots of Butter Cream Icing. I also really liked that it contained Digestive Biscuit pieces, as I thought that they added a nice bit of added sweetness to everything as Coffee can sometimes taste very bitter.

It’s texture.

I really liked it’s texture, as I thought that the Chocolate felt really soft and velvety, that the Coffee Cream felt really soft and creamy, and that the Digestive Biscuit pieces felt really crunchy but still ever so slightly soft and crumbly.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a very thick Plastic Wrapper that meant that the Chocolate didn’t start to melt until I was ready to eat it.

A tall rectangular purple chocolate bar that has Cadbury Dairy Milk written in bold white writing, Simply The Zest written in bold Orange writing, and a picture of a slice of orange on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Simply The Zest.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Simply The Zest.

It’s taste.

I really like this one, but I thought that it could have done with tasting a little bit more of Orange as I couldn’t really taste any of it until after I had finished eating some of it. I also thought that it could have done with having more Almond Caramel pieces, as I couldn’t really taste any of them either. I did really like that it contained Digestive Biscuit pieces though, as I thought that they added an extra little bit of sweetness to everything.

It’s texture.

I really liked it’s texture, as I thought that the Chocolate felt very soft and velvety, that the Almond Caramel pieces felt really soft and chewy, and that the Digestive Biscuit pieces felt really crunchy whilst still being really crumbly.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a very thick Plastic Wrapper that meant that the Chocolate didn’t start to melt until I was ready to eat it.

A tall rectangular purple chocolate bar that has Cadbury Dairy Milk written in bold white writing, The Raspberry Shortcake written in bold pink writing, and a picture of some plump raspberries on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions The Raspberry Shortcake.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions The Raspberry Shortcake.

It’s taste.

I definitely think that this one had to be my favourite, as I thought that the Raspberry tasted very sour and fruity, that the White Crisp Pearls were very sweet, and that the Shortcake was very sweet but also still ever so slightly salty at the same time.

It’s texture.

I really liked it’s texture, as I thought that the Chocolate felt very soft and velvety, that the Raspberry felt really gooey but had little bits of Raspberry Seeds in it, that the White Crisp Pearls felt very crispy, and that the Shortcake felt very crunchy while still being ever so slightly crumbly.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a very thick Plastic Wrapper that meant that the Chocolate didn’t start to melt until I was ready to eat it.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Choca-Latte an eight out of ten, the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Simply The Zest a seven point five out of ten, and the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions The Raspberry Shortcake a nine point five out of ten. I really liked the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Choca-Latte, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious sweet and creamy yet ever so slightly burnt Coffee taste, it’s texture, and it’s packaging, but as i’m not really a massive fan of Coffee I could only eat a very small amount of it. I really liked the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions Simply The Zest, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious sweet Orange taste, it’s texture, and it’s packaging, but I did think that it needed to taste a lot more of Orange as I couldn’t really taste any of it until after I had eaten some. I really liked the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions The Raspberry Shortcake, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious sweet and fruity Raspberry taste, it’s texture, and it’s packaging, but I just wish that it was part of their permanent range.
If you would like to check out any of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions for yourselves, then you can find them online here.
Have you checked out any of the Cadbury Dairy Milk Inventions yet? What did you think of them? What’s some of your favourite Chocolate Bars? Please let me know down below.

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3 Comments:

  1. That Raspberry Shortcake one looks like a dream come true. I am so going on a hunt to find that!!! 🙂

  2. I haven’t actually tried any of the creations ones yet I need to get a move on before they disappear

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