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Posted: 15:53 Tue 30-09-2003. Location: Woolworths, Southampton. Nutritional unusualness: Doesn't taste like Dairy Milk.
"Choccieman" reports: I love a challenge, so I thought I'd post this just to be irritating. I promise I only have one more post and I'll leave that till the weekend. I won't even post Milky Bar With Cookies or KitKat Orange, and I'll resist the temptation to buy a box of Maltesers Teasers (even though they do come in a natty little star-shaped box). As for Flake Dipped, this is a pretty good bar. Do Cadbury's make Flake out of something different from Dairy Milk? Because surely this should taste the same, only it doesn't. As previously mentioned it's really just a more portable version of Flake as it doesn't disintegrate as easily (where are the flyers advertising this that Cadbury were supposed to be sending round?). I hope this won't mean the end of the original Flake though (isn't it about time they made another one of those dubious ads? - "Only the crumbliest, flakiest chocolate....")

...Yeah, thanks for that, "Choccieman", and comiserations to unillustrated spotters "hotforaxl" (who commented New Snow Flake packaging kept me on alert - spotted this new Flake 'Dipped' I guess direct competition to Ripple?), and "Tom Chiverton" (Less messy, same taste). Regarding lack of Dairy Milk flavour, I'd always believed Cadbury's story about Flake being an industrial by-product of the Dairy Milk manufacturing process (something to do with flat bits falling between the rollers on the assembly line) but can anyone else back up this extraordinary claim?


Posted: 16:38 Tue 30-09-2003 by "Diarmuid Mallon"
(apparently posting from proxy.logica.com) # permalink comment
Comment: Many years ago I read a piece on the English confectionary business by Roald Dahl (yep the author) and he too mentioned that Flakes were by product of the manufacturing process. And if I remember correctly, that the whisper was Cadbury's first chocolate-only-bar since the flake was introduced. (Since then there has been the twirl and that other one - but I can't think of any before.)
Posted: 17:15 Tue 30-09-2003 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Isn't KitKat Orange quite old now? I'm sure its been out a while, but its just changed packaging...
Posted: 17:52 Tue 30-09-2003 by "Tim" # permalink comment
Comment: How does this differ from a twirl, other than one big bar instead of being two little ones?
Posted: 19:50 Tue 30-09-2003 by "Choccieman"
(apparently posting from 81-86-154-129.dsl.pipex.com) # permalink comment
Comment: You're right Alex, KK orange has been around a bit, but only ever as a limited edition (and still is, clearly they never sell enough of the things). Sometimes 2 finger variety, sometimes 4 finger, but I figure it's worth mentioning as it's actually available at the mo' ;-)
Posted: 21:17 Tue 30-09-2003 by "Diarmuid Mallon"
(apparently posting from cache1-winn.server.ntli.net) # permalink comment
Comment: Oddly on Cadburys Australian site (http://www.cadbury.com.au/history/) it suggested that Flakes were/are manufactured and not a by product...
Posted: 22:15 Tue 30-09-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Cheers Diarmuid, that sounds like what I remember reading as well, though I vaguely recall it being a full-page newspaper ad about the scientific innovation that gave rise to the mighty Wispa.

And Choccieman (without wanting to sound ungrateful) - Maltesers Teasers are just the ovoid Malteser-flavoured truffles from the tubs of Mars Celebrations!

Posted: 10:33 Wed 01-10-2003 by "Choc-Connosewer" # permalink comment
Comment: Having had my first taste yesterday, I'm happy to report that the Dipped Flake is NOTHING like a Twirl or a Ripple - much, MUCH nicer. Lovely Texture. Lovely taste. Hideously addictive, I fear.....
Posted: 10:44 Wed 01-10-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Yeah, without wanting to go on about it, this advert/ article/ whatever explained that, although the chocolate was basically Dairy Milk, the different texture (and presumably air mixture) actually made Flake and Wispa taste different as well.

Similarly, I don't think it's a total urban myth that one out of ice-cream makers Ben and Jerry has almost no sense of taste at all, and it was consequently his idea to pack their products full of interestingly textured items so that he could enjoy eating them too.

Posted: 12:48 Wed 01-10-2003 by "tyhe" # permalink comment
Comment: hhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeeeellllllllllo hhhhhiiiiiiii hi hi hi hi hi h i hi hi hi hi h i h i h ih i hi , by, by
Posted: 16:29 Wed 01-10-2003 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm afraid that Choc-Connosewer appears to be horribly ill, because Flake Dipped tastes EXACTLY like a Twirl, only smaller.
Posted: 17:11 Wed 01-10-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: i have to agree with stuart
Posted: 18:18 Wed 01-10-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: I realise I'm falling into an obvious trap here, but - what's up with that site you linked to Bob? it looks like they're selling Pepsi Blue in the UK, but whenever I click on any of the links it's just a 404 Not Found...
Posted: 20:47 Wed 01-10-2003 by "DrJ" # permalink comment
Comment: Ummmm, Am I the only person who remembers when Twirls were sold as a single long finger beside the similarly lengthed Flakes? Which would make the old Twirls the same as the new Flake Dipped.
Posted: 06:37 Thu 02-10-2003 by "Me" # permalink comment
Comment: I too noticed that Flakes taste different to dairy milk in chunks. It's possible the formulation is slightly different so that it holds together in sheets better- or that there is a reaction on the surface of chocolate that alters the taste- and a Flake is all surface. I can believe that the Flake was invented by accident- someone noticing waste choc being squeezed out of the rollers, but not that it's still a by-product. As for the "why", I'd say the Flake Dipped and Twirl occupy slightly different niches. The latter is seemingly targeted at the chocoholic ("Intense chocolate hit") and the former at the classier end of the market.
Posted: 09:28 Thu 02-10-2003 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: Exactly! Perhaps Flake tastes different to me because I always like to consume it while strolling in a gauzy overshirt through a field of poppies, or relaxing in a luxuriously overfilled bath (even though I am a man!)
Posted: 16:53 Thu 02-10-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: i tried that website again to day and every things gone all its got on it now is 'opening soon'
Posted: 17:18 Thu 02-10-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: that stupid web site is... http://www.DandW.0catch.com
Posted: 16:02 Fri 03-10-2003 by "Daniel Thornton" # permalink comment
Comment: Surely Twirl was originally marketed with Flake branding on the packet - essentially suggesting it was a Flake dipped in chocolate. It probably still has a Flake logo there, but I'm not in a sweet shop right now, so I can't confirm.

Not that Cadbury are running out of ideas. Innovating all the way.

Posted: 17:32 Fri 03-10-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: snackspot: at the bottom of that d&w shop its got snackspots web address at the bottom, take a look http://www.DandW.0catch.com
Posted: 18:09 Fri 03-10-2003 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: wild speculation from daniel 'thornton' (nudge nudge) there - twirl is phylogenetically label-independent of the flake and always has been.
Posted: 04:12 Sat 04-10-2003 by "Daniel Thornton" # permalink comment
Comment: What was the other Cadbury thing that had the Flake logo on it but which wasn't a Flake sub-brand then? Or have I imagined this in a madness?
Posted: 11:55 Sat 04-10-2003 by "Me" # permalink comment
Comment: I too seem to recall the Twirl having "flake inside" in the beginning. But what you're most likely thinking of is the Time Out (layer of flake between two wafers, covered in chocolate).
Posted: 23:34 Sat 04-10-2003 by "Tim" # permalink comment
Comment: Thing is, Flake Dipped isn't really a new product. It used to exist about 20 years ago, but then it was called Dipped Flake.
Posted: 11:58 Mon 06-10-2003 by "mic6ey" # permalink comment
Comment: Cadbury's are clearly trying to reduce their brand-count dramatically, with all their new varieties of Dairy Milk bringing Caramel - and in due course Wispa, Turkish Delight, Fry's Chocolate Peppermint? - into the one brand, so it's not surprising that Twirl gets rolled into Flake.

What will they do with Crunchie, Double Decker, Fudge, Curly-Wurly?


Posted: 13:07 Mon 06-10-2003 by "Dan" # permalink comment
Comment: Dairy Milk With HoneyComb, Dairy Milk With Stuff, Dairy Milk With Fudge, Dairy Milk With Toffee in a strange shape
Posted: 14:36 Thu 09-10-2003 by "sush" # permalink comment
Comment: I reckon flakes are nicer than twirls.... its like the difference between a Macdonalds burgers.. the twirl is a 99p cheese burger and the dipped flake is a chicken royalé..
Posted: 17:40 Wed 15-10-2003 by "JT" # permalink comment
Comment: i just emailed d and w and asked them to get pepsi blue in (thecandyshop2003 (at!) yahoo.com) http://www.dandw.0catch.com
Posted: 18:15 Wed 15-10-2003 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: Actually, there is now Dairy Milk with real Crunchie pieces
Posted: 11:53 Thu 16-10-2003 by "Babaduck" # permalink comment
Comment: It's ok but not a patch on Galazy Ripple... now that's the way to do it!!
Posted: 12:57 Mon 19-04-2004 by "kate n haze" # permalink comment
Comment: wot iz goin on i mean wot is wit dis flake dipped all it iz is a flake with chocolate on top wot ever happened to the traditional flaky flake?
Posted: 12:59 Mon 19-04-2004 by "Matthew" # permalink comment
Comment: i dont knowz i thinkz dat teh flake non dippdz stillz aboot tho u shuld look more yo

*ahem* Ah, that's better.

Posted: 19:04 Fri 28-Jan-2005 by "Rick " # permalink comment
Comment: Hi , Do they still make cadbury's WHISPER because i have not seen them in any shops for a long time ?????
Posted: 23:03 Fri 28-Jan-2005 by "Saramond" # permalink comment
Comment: Kinda, they make cadburys bubbly instead which is similar to a whispa
Posted: 13:38 Thu 17-Feb-2005 by "Tammy" # permalink comment
Comment: I love Cadbury Whisper bars - can you buy them anywhere?
Posted: 13:57 Thu 17-Feb-2005 by "Whomper" # permalink comment
Comment: Russia, and Bath if you're lucky.
Posted: 22:53 Thu 28-Jul-2005 by "Chris" # permalink comment
Comment: Surely someone must now off a place to buy whispers, i havent seen them for ages. They were the puppies..... well you get my drift... talking of drift-ers, they are pretty good too..mmmmm chocolate
Posted: 22:59 Thu 28-Jul-2005 by "Chris" # permalink comment
Comment: Anyone remember cadburys "topdeck" ? the classic milk chocolate, with cadburys white chocolate on top, cant find that anymore either.
Posted: 15:43 Fri 29-Jul-2005 by "jb" # permalink comment
Comment: I seem to remember this chocolate bar and I suspect that it might still be available in the Republic of Ireland. Although you could probably recreate Top Deck if you placed a Cadbury Dream on top of a Cadbury Dairy Milk.
Posted: 19:39 Fri 02-Sep-2005 by "mel" # permalink comment
Comment: top deck chocolate is available australia wide it is now with dream white chocolate with dairy milk on the bottom. BUT all im trying to find is a web site that sells whisper bars i miss them they were the best !!!!
Posted: 20:23 Fri 02-Sep-2005 by "GTO" # permalink comment
Comment: The entire Wispa range has been discontinued, so any you do find will probably have been sitting around for a while. They weren't that good anyway, Aero rapes the hell of Wispa.
Posted: 12:13 Tue 06-Sep-2005 by "Sandy" # permalink comment
Comment: Cadburys (or should that be Cadbury) used to do loads of nice choc bars about 100g size I think - Tiffin, Top Deck, Old Jamaica, Turkish and they've all disappeared except Turkish. Does anyone also remember Ice Breaker? It was like a mint Bitz?
Posted: 16:14 Thu 26-Jan-2006 by "Idiot" # permalink comment
Comment: Yep, I had an Ice Breaker when I was about 5, and have been hankering after another one for the last 30 years... I could only remember that it had a metallic wrapping with a lightning flash on the cover. Then my employer re-themed our "tea point" around the 70s, with a montage of various 70s stuff - and There It Was!!! Maybe I'll try a mint bitz.
Posted: 19:33 Thu 26-Jan-2006 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: > Aero rapes the hell of Wispa.


Posted: 17:25 Mon 13-Mar-2006 by "spaniard" # permalink comment
Comment: Surely dipped flake is just a twirl!!!
Posted: 17:59 Mon 13-Mar-2006 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: You would think so, wouldn't you?

But Flake Dipped tastes a million times nicer.

Posted: 18:52 Mon 13-Mar-2006 by "Marc" # permalink comment
Comment: First off. Flakes are Flakey Chocolate and Twirls are bubbly choclate. There both differen. I think that Flakes are made from a different Cadbury Chocolate Recipie and the dipped one gives it that Cadbury Chocolate tast I mean Flakes are sooooooo Messy. By the way do they still make Cadbury Spirals?
Posted: 15:04 Wed 05-Apr-2006 by "Raver" # permalink comment
Comment: I just had a huge urge for a cadburys whisper! dont ask me why I have not had one in years...anyway the shopkeeper informed me that they were withdrawn from sale when the macine mould used to make whispers broke! cadburys decided not to get this fixed due to the cost and fall in sales of whispers! FUCKING CRIMINAL
Posted: 19:00 Wed 05-Apr-2006 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: Utter bollocks, frankly.
Posted: 15:19 Wed 19-Apr-2006 by "the salivator"
(apparently posting from cache-los-aa03.proxy.aol.com) # permalink comment
Comment: does anyone remember the caramac, silly little thing that it was?
Posted: 16:11 Wed 19-Apr-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: like hell it was silly, it was and still is AWESOME and even better was the limited edition caramac kitkat last year, possibly the nicest chocolate bar ever and one of the best chocolate bar innovations ever
Posted: 21:27 Sun 23-Apr-2006 by "alan" # permalink comment
Comment: can any one help me, i need a cadburys whisper for a beloved freind. as it appers russia is my best bet, i need help as my russia is nothing short of terrible. help! frustrated and hungry, from southend.
Posted: 23:19 Sun 23-Apr-2006 by "clerk" # permalink comment
Comment: Indeed, the Caramac is still being made and is on sale everywhere. And they're lush.
Posted: 02:02 Mon 24-Apr-2006 by "Mein name ist schumi" # permalink comment
Comment: Caramac = Supreme Chocolate Bar
Posted: 10:56 Wed 24-May-2006 by "paulie" # permalink comment
Posted: 22:55 Wed 24-May-2006 by "bum ring" # permalink comment
Comment: i eat poo for breakfast!!!! p.s- u spell it like wispa not whispers
Posted: 12:25 Thu 25-May-2006 by "clerk's pedantic mutant twin" # permalink comment
Comment: Caramac is not a chocolate bar.
Posted: 01:34 Mon 05-Jun-2006 by "ironarmz" # permalink comment
Comment: dudes, i like chocolate, but come on... there's more to life...

by the way, what ever happened to peanut yorkies?

Posted: 18:24 Mon 05-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I despise these chavs that come here ridiculing the site and the people who use it, They are way below chavs actually they are the chav lower lower class
Posted: 08:31 Tue 06-Jun-2006 by "be" # permalink comment
Comment: cadburys are launching dark flake soon. Tried one, and they are pretty good. Id still rather milk chcolate though!
Posted: 12:25 Thu 08-Jun-2006 by "ironarmz" # permalink comment
Comment: Chav? Are you addressing me, Madam?

Seriously though - peanut yorkies?

Best chocky bar - Cads Dairy Milk.

Posted: 01:52 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I was addressing you yes,

Best Chocky bar - Not Cads Dairy Milk ;-)

Posted: 09:17 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "ironarmz" # permalink comment
Comment: At the thought of being considered a Chav, I am left with 2 options - kill myself or apologise.

So - sorry, chocolate dudes. No offence was meant - just a light hearted exclamation of "wow! you guys love chocolate.."

Anyway, how can you possibly deny the simple perfection of Cads DM? Are you mad? In fact, I've just arrived in work, aint had any brekki, and I think I'm gonna go get one now...

Posted: 09:33 Fri 09-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Dairy Milk is okay i suppose, but needs to be refrigerated to make it better, I like whole nut and fruit and nut too, but galaxy chocolate is nicer than cadburys chocolate and lindt chocolate is nicer than galaxy, and thorntons chocolate is...
Posted: 17:12 Thu 29-Jun-2006 by "Tam" # permalink comment
Comment: Why did they ever get rid of Wispa's, they were undoubtedly my favourite of all Cadbury's Chocolate bars. In getting rid of them you've pushed business Aero's way or should I say Nestles. Please do something to bring em' back, it just aint been the same since
Posted: 17:15 Thu 29-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: I agree
Posted: 09:50 Fri 30-Jun-2006 by "charl" # permalink comment
Comment: but dairy milk bubbly is the same as wispa!
Posted: 11:23 Fri 30-Jun-2006 by "polarbear" # permalink comment
Comment: Best chocolate bar ever = Snickers, i've just realized this after eating one this morning
Posted: 12:23 Wed 05-Jul-2006 by "Craig" # permalink comment
Comment: I agree, bring back Wispa, Wispa Gold definitely the best, Aero just doesnt really compare!!
Posted: 13:42 Wed 05-Jul-2006 by "Grotbag" # permalink comment
Comment: I'd give a non-vital organ for a Wispa Bite right about now.
Posted: 21:36 Thu 06-Jul-2006 by "Firebert" # permalink comment
Comment: Found this site that seems to be offerening the Wispa but for a whopping £2.00 a pop. Not quite sure how that works!?! http://www.rememberthese.co.uk/product.asp?PRODID=Wispa

Good luck.

Posted: 15:13 Sun 23-Jul-2006 by "David Surman"
(apparently posting from client-82-2-120-26.brnt.adsl.virgin.net) # permalink comment
Comment: Mr. Cadbury and Mrs. Rowntree

Mr Cadbury and Ms Rowntree went off for the weekend. It was After Eight. She was from Quality Street He was a Fishermans Friend On the way they stopped at a Yorkie Bar. He had a Rum and Butter. She had a Wine Gum. He asked her name. She said Polo, I'm the one with the hole. (But I'm the one with the Nuts he thought) Then he touched her Milky Way. They checked in and went straight to the bedroom. Mr Cadbury turned out the light for a bit of Black Magic It wasn't long before he slipped his hand into her Snickers and felt the contrast of her Double Decker. Then he showed her his Curly Wurly. But Ms Rowntree wasn't keen as she already had a few Jelly Babies, So she let him take a trip down Bourneville Boulevard. He was pleased as he always fancied a bit of Fudge nudging. It was a Magic Moment as she let out of scream of Turkish Delight. When he came out his Fun Sized Mars Bar felt a bit Crunchie. She wanted more but he decided to take a Time Out. However, he noticed her Pink Wafers looked very appetising. So he did a Twirl and had a Picnic in her Sherbert. At the same time he gave her a Gob Stopper! Unfortunately Mr Cadbury had to go home to his wife Caramel. Sadly, he was soon to discover he had caught V.D. It turns out Ms Rowntree had a Box of Assorted Creams. She really had been with All Sorts.

Posted: 20:34 Sat 28-Oct-2006 by "Pauline Clancey and Warren" # permalink comment
Comment: we have been talking about wispas allday, and got so infuriated about the dramatic dissapearence of whispa, we e-mailed the following to cadbury: After months of searching our quest to find the treasured Whisper has come to an end. We were optimistically hoping that there would be a dramatic return of the Whisper bar in this year’s Christmas selection stocking box like the ones we enjoyed when we were kids. However, yet again we were disappointed... We have spoken to many people regarding this issue and the general consensus is that the kids of the Whisper generation want this confectionery treat back! Is there any possibility that the Whisper bar could appear on our corner shop shelves once more, even if only for a limited time? Perhaps limited edition versions of your classic bars such as the Spira and Top Deck bar would tie in well with your 100-year anniversary campaign you are running at the moment in your adverts. PLEASE BRING THE WHISPER BAR BACK! Any information regarding this request would be greatly received. Yours sincerely Pauline Clancey and Warren Beresford.


Posted: 05:47 Mon 30-Oct-2006 by "John Hoare" # permalink comment
Comment: Your campaign might come across better if you learnt how to spell the name of the chocolate bar you want brought back.

I do actually agree with you - I much preferred Wispa to Dairy Milk Bubbly. But they won't bring them back in a hurry. In 20 years, yes - they might do it for a nostalgia thing. But they only got rid of Wispa three years ago, and they only got rid of Spira this year - there is no way they'll bring them back at the moment. 4759 7 76

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