Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... it a good idea to stop making them. Anyhoo, the old faithful Wispa, that awesome Cadburys purple wrapper, the red bubble writing, the wei... more
<< THEY'RE BACK... oh yes! >>
Member Name: blue_ashleigh
Disadvantages: disadvantages... huh? what?
Wispa bars ARE BACK! Oh yes!
I went to the shop for my fix of chocolate and discovered that they are now selling Wispa bars again!
Wispa bars are bars of aerated chocolate… like an Aero (kinda) but so much more yummy! The outside is smooth milk chocolate, coating a slightly ‘bubbly’ inside. The bubbles are smaller than in an Aero, and just gives the chocolate a bit more texture than you would get in a normal plain chocolate bar.
The packaging is dark blue/ purple, with ‘Wispa’ written in red lettering with an outline of gold. There is also the Cadbury logo on the front and the words ‘ aerated milk chocolate bar’ in gold lettering across the top. Not very exciting packaging, but Wispas are now ‘retro’, so the packaging fits in with that.
Milk solids 14% min, cocoa solids 26% min, also contains vegetable fat and cocoa butter.
~ Nutritional Information~
210 kcal, 21.1g sugars, 12.9g fat (8.1g saturates), 0.09g salt.
~ Made by ~
Not the healthiest thing to eat really…
But none the less, Wispa bars are back and they’re yummy. There’s not really much more I can say about them except if you’re too young to remember Wispa bars: GO BUY ONE! If you are old enough to remember Wispa bars, then go eat one and remember just HOW delicious they are!
My bar cost me 35p today – bargain!
Summary: EAT ONE
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