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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Flake Dark Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Flake Dark
Posted: 14:03 Sun 08-Oct-2006. Price: 45-49p. Location: Greenock, Scotland; Woolworths, Norwich.
"A" reports: I've been trying to get ahold of a Dark Flake for a while now. They have been available in Canada or Australia named Flake Noir - here they're just plain old Flake Dark. Same crumbly texture - at first it just seems like a regular Flake then you get the dark chocolate taste. Nice but not as good as I was expecting.

..."A" submitted our first UK sighting of this international favourite, but "Tom F" provided the picture, professing: Just found this in a promotional bin in Woolworths. It's pretty tasty, nothing you wouldn't expect, it's a Flake that tastes like Bournville. The chocolate might be a bit softer than the normal variant... I can't think of any other bar that directly competes with this so I suppose they've got a niche. I'd certainly buy it again if it were a bit cheaper - while "charl" coinicidentally spotted the regular return of Tunnock's Dark Chocolate Tea Cakes (74p/ box of 6; Waitrose, Sheffield), agreeing: Once inside the classier brassier wrapper, with such a fine layer of chocolate outside so much mallowy goodness, it's hard to tell the difference between this and the milk chocolate version. It's delicious, certainly, but does it have the air of continental elegance that plain chocolate so often lends a snack? I think not, and I love it for that.

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Posted: 22:40 Mon 09-Oct-2006 by "Phillerena " # permalink comment
Comment: Wasn't too keen on the dark Flake. Could have been 'darker'.
Posted: 09:17 Mon 23-Oct-2006 by "Rachael Merrall" # permalink comment
Comment: Absolutly gorgeous!!! For all dark chocolate lovers this is one of the best chocolate bars ive had for a while. Not as flaky as the original but definatly tasty.
Posted: 15:24 Mon 23-Oct-2006 by "be" # permalink comment
Comment: This isnt great. Its a bit cheap tasting and doesnt do "flake" justice. Think it was a wrong move by cadbury, likewise with the white chocolate one. On the other hand the new "fine dark kitkat" is really good.
Posted: 16:23 Mon 23-Oct-2006 by "Phillerena" # permalink comment
Comment: I preferred the dark Kitkat too.
Posted: 01:57 Tue 24-Oct-2006 by "disappointed" # permalink comment
Comment: I haven't tried the original flake and find this one very crumbly and sweet. There's no smoothness/ cocoa taste to me. So it's pretty disappointing really.
Posted: 14:30 Sun 29-Oct-2006 by "Bob Anders" # permalink comment
Comment: I love these, I live in Perth so getting hold of them is quite difficult. I usually pick them up fromhttp://www.britsabroadltd.co.uk they can usually get hold of most chocolates and deliver quite quickly (top tip if you are desperate for your favourite chocs like me). 94140
Posted: 13:15 Wed 22-Nov-2006 by "Fintan Stack" # permalink comment
Comment: Wow! these are pretty VILE! Also, I Have submitted a very Incredible Sighting Should be here in a couple of days...
Posted: 13:17 Wed 22-Nov-2006 by "Grace" # permalink comment
Comment: I didn'y think much of flake dark, the chocolate isn't very dark I suppose they have made it friendly to milk chocolate lovers, not very impressed! Flake praline is stll the best of the flake range.
Posted: 13:22 Wed 22-Nov-2006 by "Marquez" # permalink comment
Comment: "Flake praline is stll the best of the flake range"

Definately is! 2 80


Posted: 12:16 Mon 05-Feb-2007 by "hkgf" # permalink comment
Comment: no words to describe the sensational mouth watering experience.
Posted: 13:04 Wed 02-May-2007 by "Electric Apple" # permalink comment
Comment: Flake Dark is horrible. By the way, has anyone seen Flake Snow anywhere? I last saw them in Woolworths in February 2007 and their best before was also February 2007! Never a good sign...
Posted: 14:46 Thu 03-May-2007 by "rod strang" # permalink comment
Comment: i like a bit of darkie every now n then
Posted: 14:49 Thu 03-May-2007 by "Electric Apple" # permalink comment
Comment: That's original coming from my mortal enemy.
Posted: 17:35 Thu 03-May-2007 by "zeddy" # permalink comment
Comment: Once you've tried dark, you won't go back. To paraphrase.
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