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Click pic to view comments - Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel Bunnies Confirmed sighting: Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel Bunnies
Posted: 14:41 Sun 10-Jan-2010. Price: 59p. Location: Sainsbury's, Wimbledon. Nutritional unusualness: 100 calories "Per Bunny".
"robertster" reports: A friend of mine saw Creme Eggs in a shop during the festive void between Christmas and New Year. What is the world coming to? Anyway, with the release of the Malteaster chocolate rabbit last year, it's no surprise to see Cadbury coming up with their own edible bunny. The caramel-filled chocolates are exactly as you'd expect them to be, but the surprising boon of getting two in a packet makes them a good deal better value than Mars' effort. However, while they're nicely moulded chocs (featuring the caramel bunny herself), the experience is not hugely different from that offered by eating a piece of normal Cadbury's Caramel, so they lack the pleasing novelty of the Caramel Egg. Having said that, if they remain at this price I'd certainly buy again.

..."robertster" returns with the latest lapine competitor to the Easter Kit Kat - featuring the Caramel Bunny (is Caramel her actual name?) looking a bit less furry than last year's poster ads. In slightly less confusing confectionery: Werther's are rolling out a bagged chocolates range (in milk, dark or soft caramel-centred, RSP 1.99 for 125g) presumably based on their test line of about 2 years ago; and Kellogg's aims to "smash" the "brown, boring and dull" image of high-fibre foods with a Fibre Plus cereal bar (in milk or dark chocolate and almond, RSP 1.79) - anything to stave off the 9.99 Rigid Heart that Thorntons are thoughtfully promoting for Valentine's Day.


Posted: 22:59 Sun 10-Jan-2010 by "Netizen" # permalink comment
Comment: So it's a rabbit shaped Freddo? Or is it different enough to warrant a purchase?
Posted: 16:53 Mon 11-Jan-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: Ha! Nobody is fooling you or me, are they? ;)
Posted: 23:23 Tue 12-Jan-2010 by "robertster" # permalink comment
Comment: The chocolate is a bit thicker than a Freddo and a different shape but it's essentially the same.
Posted: 19:15 Fri 15-Jan-2010 by Zeddy # permalink comment
Comment: It's longer, thicker and filled with goo...... I'll get me coat.
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