Originally launched in 1929 by J. S. Fry & Sons (merged with Cadbury in 1919) the Cadbury Crunchie is a milk chocolate bar with a honeycombed centre.
Reminding of a honeycomb with very tiny holes, the centre feels hard and shattering when bit, featuring an attractive golden tone and its taste is of a subtle mix of honey and burnt sugar, with a slightly salty note.
Available in several sizes, being the most common the 40g single-serve bar, Cadbury Crunchie has known some limited editions.
The fact of resisting all these years is a good reason to give it a try.
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