Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Cadbury's Wispa Gold
Member Name: katyj10
Cadbury's Wispa Gold
Disadvantages: Bad for you (very)
This is a review of Cadbury Wispa Gold. We've had a few bars in the house recently due to a great price on packs of four at Home Bargains. There's four months left on the sell by date so I'm not sure why they are so cheap but we have enjoyed eating them!
Each bar is around 16cm in length and made of the lovely bubbly chocolate we associate with Cadbury's Wispa. The extra special bit about Wispa Gold is the caramel that sits inside the bar.
The bar is wrapped in gold foil which is lovely and inside it is silver. There is currently a promotion on to keep Team GB pumped in reference to the Olympics later this year. On the front of the bar there is a small 'Be Treatwise' logo advising that one bar will add 265 calories to your daily intake. Not an everyday snack then!
I mentioned earlier they were a bargain but I held back the price... four bars for 99p so just under 25p a bar is a brilliant price these days. I bought our four pack(s) from Home Bargains as a treat. I would not pay 60p for an individual bar as I'd rather go without.
This bar reminds me of the caramel chocolates you get inside tins of Roses. They are really sweet and I do feel a bit sickly after eating one of these bars, I just don't have the resistance of a child to sweet food these days!
Despite the sickly after effects, I find a cup of tea and a bar of Wispa Gold is an extravagant and delightful addition to a hard day. It doesn't take long to eat one due to the bubbly melty chocolate and the runny caramel just slides straight down your throat! I would recommend Wispa Gold as a yummy treat but don't go overboard just because they are cheap.
Summary: Last a bit longer than a plain Wispa bar