Cadbury's Dairy Milk Invention Competition Flavours Are Finally On Sale

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Cadbury’s Dairy Milk Inventor competition is back for 2021, and after the success of last year's competition, in which Crunchy Honeycomb was crowned the winner, we are all over this year's offerings!

As you may already know with the Cadbury contest to find a new Dairy Milk flavour, three finalists and their chocolate bar inventions go head to head to find the nation’s favourite, which will become part of Dairy Milk's permanent range.

We first heard whisperings of what this year's flavours would be earlier this year, but now Cadbury has confirmed them!

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First up is is Fizzing Cherry (invented by Roxy), which is made up of milk chocolate with soft chews of fruity cherry pieces, tingling cracking popping candy and biscuit pieces.

Sold.

The next bar going for the crown is Josh's invention of the Banoffee Nut Crumble. This bar is milk chocolate (obvs) with banoffee pie inspired fudge pieces, golden almond caramel pieces and crunchy biscuits.

Also sold.

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And finally, we have No Frownie Brownie (lol), which is milk chocolate with gooey chocolate brownie chunks, golden salted caramel chips and crumbly biscuits and has been invented by Sophie.

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Pippa Rodgers, Cadbury Tablets Brand Manager at Cadbury, added: “We know the Cadbury Inventor competition is a fan favourite because it allows for delicious new ingredients and flavours to be explored and tasted, and this year has really set the bar high. Together with Josh, Roxy and Sophie, we couldn’t be more excited to share the three delicious Cadbury Dairy Milk flavours with the nation - but sadly there can only be one winner. It is time for us to put it to our experts, the fans, to ‘Be The Judge’ and decide what bar is worthy of returning to supermarket shelves next year!”

You can pick up these tasty bars in stores now!

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