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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Wafer Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Wafer
Posted: 12:31 Tue 31-Aug-2004. Price: 45p. Location: Newsagent, Borough High Street, London. Nutritional unusualness: Fat-reduced cocoa, maltodextrin, "may contain traces of peanut, nuts and egg".
"Commander Zorg" reports: It's thicker than a normal "Dairy Milk..." bar, with a more brick-like shape due to the twin wafer layers running continuously through the bar, Kit Kat-style, making individual chunks impossible. The thick top layer of Dairy Milk makes this every bit as chocolately and lovely as the genre-defining KK Chunky, but can it win the battle of the red-tops? In a blindfolded taste test I doubt you could tell the difference between the two (assuming the test pieces were of a similar size and all imprinted branding was removed to stop "tongue reading"), but it fails to innovate or grow the wafer sector by being a simple Kit Kat copy. Tasty, but I can't help but worry that its lack of originality may lead to it getting lost in the bewilderingly huge Dairy Milk line-up.

...I'm pretty much with "The Commander" on this one - you can taste the Dairy Milk chocolate, but the wafer is uninspired (and surely much of Kit Kat's appeal lies in its delicate lengthways "finger" format rather than the traditional Dairy Milk chunking observed here?). The Cadbury/ Nestle war rages on elsewhere, with Nestle threatening to launch Milkybar and Smarties filled mini creme eggs next year (in the same innovative packaging as this year's Double Cream Egg), while reader "Donna Cornelius" writes to ask: Has anyone spotted Cadbury Flake Moments? - apropos of, it appears, nothing in particular.


Posted: 13:52 Tue 31-Aug-2004 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: One of the reasons I can't see this doing well is because I imagine they would plonk it next to all the other Dairy Milk bars, hence it would just be another DM addition rather than a distinctive unique bar like Kit Kat. Milkybar mini eggs sound yummy though, but don't Nestle already make some sort of Milkybar mini eggs?
Posted: 14:24 Tue 31-Aug-2004 by Snackspot # permalink comment
Comment: sorry, yeah, I've kind of tried to correct this - they're more "Cadbury Creme Egg"/ hen's egg sort of size, rather than the official "garden bird egg" definition of "mini" now required by new EU regulations
Posted: 11:11 Sat 04-Sep-2004 by "Sandy" # permalink comment
Comment: Donna, yes I've seen Flake Moments in Woolworths in Romsey. There was no price tag though. Also saw in there the new Cadbury thin crisps (forgot name) in Pringles stylee.
Posted: 18:28 Sun 05-Sep-2004 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: Tried CDM Wafer over weekend, all I can say is that it is one of the weakest additions yet to the CDM brand. It is nowhere near as good as Kit Kat and I doubt that it will ever muscle in on Kit Kat territory. They should have added something more appetising to the CDM range, wafer is hardly original.
Posted: 16:41 Mon 06-Sep-2004 by "Loopy" # permalink comment
Comment: I'm wondering if the Cadbury wafer is like the Bar Six they had out years ago, that was choc, wafer and choc cream stuff, delicious. This looks very much like that. Anyone remember them?
Posted: 14:06 Fri 24-Sep-2004 by "Kittyfairie" # permalink comment
Comment: Cadburys are going TOO far. Too far by far....
Posted: 12:13 Sat 13-Nov-2004 by "jan"
(apparently posting from 82-42-18-46.cable.ubr01.knor.blueyonder.co.uk) # permalink comment
Comment: I too though CDM wafer would be like Bar six but it is nothing like it. What a disappointment. Anyone know where You can but Bar six?
Posted: 16:31 Sun 14-Nov-2004 by "lkp" # permalink comment
Posted: 20:43 Fri 26-Nov-2004 by "chrissy" # permalink comment
Comment: bar six used to be gorgeous, just can't get them any more unfortunately. CDM is the nearest thing to it but nowhere near as nice and too hard - used to like disecting bar sixes, chocolate off first, then the wafer bit then the creamy stuff - yummy!!!
Posted: 18:16 Thu 02-Dec-2004 by "Religious Maggie" # permalink comment
Comment: Ooh this sounds better than the communion wafers that we get at church. I must suggest it to my priest next time I see him, they once forked out a fortune for special 'blessed' holy water that was nothing more than tap water, so I dont suppose it would be a problem.
Posted: 03:42 Mon 26-Sep-2005 by "Mamas Angel" # permalink comment
Comment: I remember the Bar Six!! They were delicious! I still crave them to this day and I think the last time I had one must have been 30 years ago! Would love to get my hands on one! Are they still available somewhere?
Posted: 17:26 Mon 13-Mar-2006 by "Dizzy" # permalink comment
Comment: I love you people. I myself have been craving the Bar Six. There are not many out there who remember this bar. You would require 10,000 people to sign a petition for them to bring it back on the market.

I think it would be well worth it.:0)

Posted: 21:06 Sun 02-Apr-2006 by "AirHockeyCanada" # permalink comment
Comment: Bar Six! Oh my God! I love those things and I WANT ONE!!! Cadbury should really bring them back especially since retro-candy is so profitable and all the rage right now here in North America. Not sure about elsewhere in the world.

I would almost kill for a Bar Six. I know even if they were imported and cost CDN$2.50 a bar, I would still pay!

In addition, I am not sure if anyone here knows Jann Arden the Canadian singer/songwriter, but she LOVES the Bar Six and also wonders where it went.

I want to meet her and show up with one just to freak her out.

Posted: 05:57 Thu 27-Apr-2006 by "renascent" # permalink comment
Comment: I grew up with Bar Six (I'm 40, sigh) and like many of you STILL long for one. I think it was way better than Kit Kat. I don't know why since they were similar, Bar Six pieces were I think, wider and shorter. Just sooo damn good! Jann Arden comes from my country and once my home of Alberta, never knew she liked the Bar Six. Let's all write Cadbury!!!!! LOL
Posted: 12:12 Tue 24-Oct-2006 by "tubs" # permalink comment
Comment: bar six was by far the nicest chocolate bar in the world! i'm from the uk, and u could last buy them maybe 12 or 15 years ago! they must be available somewhere in the world...?
Posted: 17:23 Wed 25-Oct-2006 by "be" # permalink comment
Comment: Ive seen bar six in cybercandy in covent gardens
Posted: 02:50 Sat 04-Nov-2006 by "Lou" # permalink comment
Comment: Geez Louise. Bar Six! Love that chocolate bar. I Googled this delicious snack and came across this delectible discussion. By far my favourite chocolate bar. I think the cream was coffee cream. Last sighted by me in Canada somewhere in the early 80's.
Posted: 01:55 Wed 15-Nov-2006 by "screamingpencil" # permalink comment
Comment: Mmmmm....Bar Six. That was my favorite bar when I was little. (Which , according to my daughter, was 2 centuries ago) I'm craving for one right now... Where's that petition? 40517 7
Posted: 19:37 Mon 08-Jan-2007 by "Kally" # permalink comment
Comment: I loved bar six!! I would love it if it was brought back! Maybe I should stage a protest outside the factory, its not too far from where I live!!! Does anyone remember the dark chocolate version, Bar Noir?? They were gorgeous too!!
Posted: 22:17 Mon 14-May-2007 by "Grace" # permalink comment
Comment: I haven't seen these about for a good long while, maybe cadbury has discontinued them, shame.
Posted: 10:15 Tue 15-May-2007 by "Electric Apple" # permalink comment
Comment: They haven't. They're still available in my workstation at the mo' Tesco by the way. Best Before July 2007, though. Is this worrying?
Posted: 01:31 Sat 06-Oct-2007 by "lynn" # permalink comment
Comment: I loved Bar Six too and they left us long ago in Canada. I was told they were in the UK but by the time I tracked them down they had stopped them too, the same goes for Singapore. I emailed Cadbury and they said they no longer made them and that they had no plans to bring it back. But back then finding "bar six" on the internet wasn't as popular as it seems to be now. Maybe they will think twice. Kit Kat or any other bar, there's no comparison.
Posted: 14:06 Mon 08-Oct-2007 by "If you read this, a cat will bite off your face" # permalink comment
Comment: Still available at Tesco, Best Before July 2007... hmmmmmm :/
Posted: 02:19 Tue 06-Nov-2007 by ""Canada"" # permalink comment
Comment: Bring back-bring back...oh bring back the bar six to all of us. LOVED IT
Posted: 05:35 Fri 30-Nov-2007 by "Alberta Bound"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: I last found a Bar Six at Woolworths in Basingstoke in 1996. It tasted wonderful then and I would love to see them brought back. If anyone from Cadbury reads this, you could make a small fortune from the baby-boomers alone on this one item. Retro is reviving and the majority vote with their wallets. PLEASE bring it back
Posted: 23:47 Wed 09-Jul-2008 by "Barless"
(apparently posting from ) # permalink comment
Comment: I love Bar Six bars, and have looked on line for years for any where that might make them. I agree with Alberta Bound, Cadbury could make a fortune if they brought this bar back....Please bring it back..it is sadly missed.
Posted: 12:13 Fri 25-Jul-2008 by "Shrapnel" # permalink comment
Comment: I live in Bournville, have a father who worked for Cadbury's for a number of years and had countless chocolate bars brought home - some that never went into production! By far and away the nicest bar was Bar Six - just perfect the way you could split the layers. Kit-Kats just don't come close.
Posted: 22:52 Mon 11-Aug-2008 by "Barnone" # permalink comment
Comment: I loved the bar six, would love to see them brought back again. Maybe we should start an online petition and get signatures to send to Cadbury.
Posted: 20:11 Tue 12-Aug-2008 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: You just know they would change the flavour/ingredients.
Posted: 01:31 Thu 14-Aug-2008 by "John Palermo" # permalink comment
Comment: I've been looking for "Bar Six" for years.I remember as a kid my father would bring one home after work, as soon as i saw that orange wrapper /?#$%!&^%$^#* (at!) .
Posted: 06:21 Sun 28-Sep-2008 by "Daniel Chavarin" # permalink comment
Comment: I agree with everyone's comments about the best chocolate bar in the world. I would trade an expensive box of designer chocolates wherever they are from, and however much they cost, for a single Bar Six! Please get serious about a petition and send it to Cadbury in hope they return this bar to us all. At least we have Coffee Crisp and Kit Kat-the old stand-by.
Posted: 15:27 Thu 04-Dec-2008 by "MAtt" # permalink comment
Comment: Hip, Skip, I love Bar Six, oh yes from the Swimming Baths vending Machine, yip, yip, yip..........eh.
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