Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
Newest Review: ... seeks almost velvety soft and fluffy. You can immediately tell that this is Cadbury chocolate but the difference between this and a bar ... more
Member Name: elizabethcullen
Advantages: such nice chocolate!
Disadvantages: none really
I wasn't lucky enough to have these the first time round as I'm too young to remember them but when they came back people seemed to make such a fuss, and purple boxes of Wispas were simply everywhere so I thought that I better try one!
They are made by Cadbury's, and it is basically their equivalent of Nestle's Aero although I much prefer Wispa's to Aero's. It has a distinctive blue foil wrapping with the name wispa written across it in big bubble writing, which is unusual as Cadbury normally seem to have purple packaging, but maybe this is just showing that the wispa is something a bit different and retro! They did have the very nice wispa golds but unfortunately they recently discontinued them.
Basically it is aerated chocolate, think aero with a lot less bubbles, which is a good thing because that means that you get a lot more chocolate for your money rather than paying for bubbles! It is so nice and they just seem to get everything right in the bar of chocolate, it is not too rich yet really creamy and sweet and just one of the nicest things ever, I always try to make mine last ages and it never seems to work! You can now get them pretty much anywhere, for around 50p. All of this talk of wispa's is making me want one, hmm!
Summary: lovely chocolate