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Click pic to view comments International sighting: Terry's Chocolate Raspberry
Posted: 16:31 Thu 28-08-2003. Price: Unknown. Location: Florida. Sub-flavours: "Dark" (pictured), so presumably there's a "Milk" at least. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
"Daniel Strawson" reports: A friend has just come back from the US with one of these. It tastes nicer than it sounds - do you know if they are for sale in the UK? Perhaps, given the name, they are won't be.

...Interesting question Daniel - as far as Snackspot is aware, the (orange-sized) Terry's Chocolate Raspberry has never been seen "in the wild" outside the US, with Nestle's Wonka division being responsible for most of the raspberry-flavoured cocoa derivatives over here. But in other fruit-flavoured developments: The Grocer magazine reports that Divine Fairtrade have added 100g Milk Chocolate with Orange and Milk Chocolate with Coffee bars to their range, while stalwart Snackspot contributor "Alex" had the following to add on the subject of a Twix Choc+Orange he spotted the other week: A limited edition flavour of the Twix range. It doesn't taste all that different, but the orange caramel is a good touch. Tastes very much like a crunchy Terry's Chocolate Orange, and the Orange writing is in a similar style to Terry's. Perhaps they called it Choc + Orange, instead of chocolate orange to avoid a lawsuit. Good value for money, two long bars. They should make it a permanent fixture.


Posted: 21:39 Thu 28-08-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: you can buy these from cybercandy but there 5.99
Posted: 09:29 Fri 29-08-2003 by "laurie" # permalink comment
Comment: Chocolate raspberry (eaten in US) sounded OK, but was badly let down by poor artificial raspberry taste. V sad. We can get good r'berry flavour milkshake etc - why not chocolate?
Posted: 17:25 Sun 31-08-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Nestle came out with a - surprisingly edible - raspberry chocolate "Wonka W-egg" square creme egg a couple of years ago (with what appeared to be jam in the middle). But, as you imply, it couldn't have been that popular otherwise they'd probably still make it?
Posted: 19:21 Sun 31-08-2003 by "??" # permalink comment
Comment: alex!!!!!
Posted: 08:32 Mon 01-09-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: bob, if it's you posting these (somewhat non-constructive) comments, i'd advise you to stop it before i have to start blocking postings from "cache5-nrth.server.ntli.net"
Posted: 09:27 Mon 01-09-2003 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: I remember W-eggs.

If I remember, did they have nerds in?

Snackspot, are you implying its bob posting these comments, and pretending to be pop stars?

Posted: 09:50 Mon 01-09-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: I'm not pointing the finger at anyone, I'm just offering a friendly warning before more serious "action" may need to be "taken"

(hey, it could have been someone else pretending to be "bob" all along!)

Posted: 13:35 Mon 01-09-2003 by "Mary" # permalink comment
Comment: So bob is not back then? and them w-eggs were lovley
Posted: 13:44 Mon 01-09-2003 by "Neil" # permalink comment
Comment: I don't understand, were bob and our special celebrity guests all posting from the same IP? I'd say that's pretty much Columbo-grade damning evidence!
Posted: 13:51 Mon 01-09-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: Im so sorry for every one who got a nastey comment, some one has been using my computer when i have not been there, so now i have locked my computer with a number of passwords to stop who ever it is using my computer from doing this again, most of all im sorry to alex because they used his name the most!
Posted: 14:02 Mon 01-09-2003 by "Mary" # permalink comment
Comment: well i forgive him
Posted: 14:21 Mon 01-09-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Hey stuff happens - I haven't gone to the trouble of tracking down all the "Elton Johns" (because, after all, I only have the vaguest idea of who everyone else on the site might be - George Michael, for instance).

But in general I think it's been a useful lesson about polite behaviour so let's say no more about it, OK?

Posted: 14:48 Mon 01-09-2003 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Haha, no problem bob apology accepted
Posted: 14:58 Mon 01-09-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: That does appear to be the "real" Alex, by the way ;)
Posted: 16:04 Thu 18-09-2003 by "Ian Griffiths" # permalink comment
Comment: I was that friend. And I have to disagree with Daniel here - I think it sounds much nicer than it tasted...
Posted: 20:47 Fri 16-04-2004 by "Toogood" # permalink comment
Comment: Terry's Chocolate Raspberry dark is one of the most disgusting chocolate I have ever tasted. I love chocolate but this is not chocolate. It has some of the weirdess taste and texture I know of. And they sell it for 4.99$CAN +tx so over $5.70 for 175g. More expensive than great chocolate bars...

Only had 2 slices and it was way too much. Will throw away the rest.

Posted: 00:45 Sat 17-04-2004 by "Mike Gray" # permalink comment
Comment: At Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco I spotted an even rarer beast in an overpriced candy store - Terry's Chocolate Peppermint! It was a red and white striped affair and way over my price limit.
Posted: 02:07 Sun 18-04-2004 by "Wendy M. Grossman" # permalink comment
Comment: We tried those choc/raspberry things a couple of Christmases ago, and all hated them even though we love the combination of dark chocolate nad raspberry normally.


Posted: 21:21 Fri 04-06-2004 by "Karen" # permalink comment
Comment: I LOVE Terry's milk chocolate raspberry - but cannot find it anymore in the stores. Only the chocolate and the chocolate/orange! If anyone knows of a site to shop for it - please let me know. Thanks.
Posted: 05:25 Wed 09-06-2004 by "iahawk89" # permalink comment
Comment: I had a Twix orange while I was in London four years ago. I have tried to find them in the US to no avail. Any hints on where I can find them? And will they ship to the US? Help!
Posted: 17:49 Wed 09-06-2004 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: unfortunately i think the twix oranges were limited edition. certainly not seen one in the uk for a very long time. speaking of which, i used to be able to get cookies-n-creme, chocolate fudge, and peanutbutter twixes in the states. do they still do any of those?
Posted: 18:17 Wed 09-06-2004 by "Phil C" # permalink comment
Comment: Yes, they do. Have a look on Cybercandy and they have peanut butter twix. Not sure about the other ones though.
Posted: 04:21 Fri 11-06-2004 by "iahawk89" # permalink comment
Comment: Tell you what charl, you find me orange Twix, and I'll send you some peanut butter. lol.
Posted: 18:08 Tue 31-Aug-2004 by "Grandpa Joe" # permalink comment
Comment: I am trying to find Wonka bars in the uk to purchase for my grandchildren. Does anyone know where I can find any.
Posted: 23:30 Mon 20-Sep-2004 by "DEKE" # permalink comment
Comment: Hi my name is deke and i ate in under 5 minutes and it was awesome!
Posted: 02:35 Sat 02-Oct-2004 by "Carol" # permalink comment
Comment: Riley's chocolate raspberry oranges are, I've been told, a holiday item and should be readily available by November 1 in many supermarkets. I think they are GREAT!
Posted: 09:25 Mon 17-Oct-2005 by "AM" # permalink comment
Comment: Cybercandy never seem to have these in stock, does anyone know somewhere reliable to get them from?
Posted: 15:21 Mon 23-Jan-2006 by "Nick" # permalink comment
Comment: I have been trying to find any of the raspberry Wonka bars or wonka w-eggs. Does anyone know of any suppliers?. UK, US anywhere??? NEED RASPBERRY WONKA NOW!!!! They are the best chocolate ever made..... 75706 5
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