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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Orange Chips Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Orange Chips
Posted: 13:21 Tue 28-Sep-2004. Price: 1.04. Location: Woolworths, Woking and Selby. Nutritional unusualness: Orange granules 14%, "Enjoying chocolate as part of a balanced lifestyle can play a part in making people feel calmer, more relaxed and generally happier".
"lex1977" reports: Very similar to the Mint Crisp, but with orange. Rather addictive. Not a patch on Terry's Chocolate Orange, but very easy to eat! Sorry about the tear to the packaging, my daughter bit through the packet before we paid for the chocolate in Woolworths.

...That's OK, "lex", I managed to edit around it - and well done for getting your sighting in just before that of "Phillerena", who was similarly muted in his praise, observing: Yes, it's me again. Cadbury are further stepping up their campaign to thrash Nestle, with more Dairy Milk variants. This one only seems to be available in the 200g bars, though no doubt smaller ones shall follow. The chocolate has orange chips in it, similar to those chocolates you used to get in Quality Street, only the chocolate is much richer of course. I'm not a huge fan of "chips" being used for flavour in chocolate bars, so this fails to impress. The orange chips have a weak orange taste and don't add much more than a bit of crunch to the Dairy Milk. I would have preferred the orange flavoured Dairy Milk that Cadbury did a few years ago (anyone remember that?) to have been brought back instead of this one. Still, some people will like it, especially those that liked the Terry's Chocolate Orange Crunchball.


Posted: 15:01 Mon 04-Oct-2004 by "Zoe" # permalink comment
Comment: Tried this and it really is nice. Tastier than Terry's Chocolate Orange.
Posted: 18:52 Thu 03-Feb-2005 by "Magnetic Ham Sandwich" # permalink comment
Comment: The orange chips Dairy Milk bar is available in the smaller 49g size now - joining all it's friends in the Cadbury 100 years of happiness promotion. They have loads of them in Woolworths at 42p each or 4 for £1.
Posted: 23:05 Fri 09-Sep-2005 by "Stevie Nicks" # permalink comment
Comment: Dear me, poor effort from Cadburys. This stuff is seriously underwhelming, it just tastes like somebody spiked your chocolate with bits of boiled sweet. This rush to bring out as many different flavours regardless of how bad they are is starting to really tick me off.

Distinctly crap. Stick to Terry's chocolate orange bars.

Posted: 00:40 Wed 08-Feb-2006 by "Audrey" # permalink comment
Comment: ...so, when I was a bit younger, I went to Poland with my parents. We found Cadbury's Orange Chocolate bars, and I have looked for them in vain ever since. I wish they had kept them!

-audrey g. 66719 6 53

Posted: 19:49 Mon 02-Apr-2007 by "Chloe" # permalink comment
Comment: I CANT FIND THEM ANYWHERE IN THE WHOLE OF LEEDS! why are they so rare whereas yuky turkish delight is evrywhere!!
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