“ Brand: Cadburys / Type: Bar „
I am a huge fan of Cadburys confectionary products. I love anything that has that fantastic dairy milk taste in it. In my opinion the original products they made are the best, although there are lots to chose from as they have been going over 100 years now.
Wispa bit is one of the more recnt products in terms of the whole of Cadburys time going, but not so recent that they have already stopped production. When Wispa was made it became so popular that they branched out and made wispa gold, which was Wispa chocolate and caramel, and wispa bite which is the chocolate caramel and biscuit bits. After sometime Cadburys stopped production of all three, I am guessing due to poor sales. After recent demand Wispa is now being re made and Wispa gold has just started being re made, so who knows if this is next!
Wispa bite comes in similar packaging to wispa gold. It is golden orangey, with bubbles on the front and Wispa written in big chunky writting. The bars themselves come in foil wrapping which is easy to peel off without mashing up the chocolate bar. Im not sure if any of the packaging is recyclable.
The bar itself is long and rectangular, and coated in gorgeous cadburys chocolate. Inside the bar is thin bubbly chocolate similar to a wispa bar, if you have ever tried this you will know it is truely melt in the mouth. The difference is that inside of chocolate all the way through, this bar is filled with caramel and crunchy biscuit bites. It really is jam packed. This bar makes a nice change to the usual chocolate bar and the contents complimented each other really well. It truely is a shame that they do not sell these anymore.
I remember this chocolate bar with fond memories, why Cadbury stopped making them is anyones guess? though they have redeemed themselves slightly by bringing the original Wispa back, any chance of this one coming back too?
Every Saturday I used to stock up at the local paper shop with chocolately treats to get me through the week and Wispa Bite would always be near the top of the list.
Whats (what was?) the best way to eat them? with a good book and a cup of tea (read the book, dont eat it!) it makes the book more enjoyable and the tea taste better, trust me it worked and was perfect on a wet Sunday afternoon once homework or housework was out of the way. Of course you could say this about any chocolate bar or sweets but the perfect combination of chocolate, caramel and biscuit was somehow better than all others.
God I miss them....