Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... I love it... #Packaging# Who could mistake that shiny purple wrapper for anything but a Cadbury's Dairy Milk? Its bold, eye-catching log... more
The Cadbury's King
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Member Name: kyara
Cadbury Dairy Milk
Advantages: Cheap, tasty
Cadbury's Dairy Milk
It's true, everyone loves a piece of chocolate. There's no shame in admitting it. In fact, its been proven that chocolate is good for us, so there's no excuse not to eat it - dark chocolate is one of the new "superfoods", and all chocolate releases endorphins into the bloodstream which make us feel good. Have I put you in the mood for a piece yet?
One of my favourite chocolate bars is the humble Dairy Milk. It proudly proclaims to contain a glass and a half of milk in each pound. Does it? Probably, but that's not why I love it...
Who could mistake that shiny purple wrapper for anything but a Cadbury's Dairy Milk? Its bold, eye-catching logo makes it stand out against the many other brands in today's sweetie-filled world. Purple is the colour of elegance and royalty, and the Dairy Milk is certainly the King of the low price chocolate bars.
The bar is split into 6 sections, each just right for popping into your mouth, and is quite chunky. It's a very satisfying feeling, biting into a nice chunk of chocolate! It has a lovely taste too; a strong, milky flavour that makes you want to eat it all in one go. And at only 205 calories per bar, you don't need to feel guilty if you do!
Okay, it's no Thornton's or Lindt, but at around £1 - £2 for a 5 pact, and about 50p for a single bar, it's well worth the money. Chocolate isn't the healthiest of snacks at the best of times, but at only 205 calories - that's 45 less than a Galaxy bar of the same size - you don't need to worry about the diet going to pot. (However, the new Fairtrade bar, which is slightly heavier than the ordinary one, is 255 calories, but this isn't a review of the Fairtrade type!) So go on, have a Dairy Milk!
Summary: An ideal snack