Product Type: Cadbury Chocolate
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Wispa chocolate bar
Member Name: Elaineee
Advantages: Delicious light bubbly chocolate
Cadburys Wispa- Textured Aerated chocolate bar
Usually not a great fan of Cadbury chocolate I surprise myself that Wispa is my absolute favourite bar.
Our relationship began in the early eighties, I couldn't get enough of them (of course I was very young then) They disappeared much to my dismay after about 10 years, only to be relaunched as Dairy Milk Bubbly in a different guise- not as a one piece bar anymore it just wasn't the same!! Anyway after an internet campaign they came back a few years ago.
The foil wrapper hasn't changed much- dark blue with Wispa written in large letters across the front in red, all the information you need is written on the back, in tiny letters but readable. It tells us it's ingredients, that it's vegetarian, what the dietary needs are and how to store etc. It's really easy to open by tearing the jagged top.
By far the most delicious 'bubbly' choc bar on the market, it's velvety smooth and melts in your mouth. When you first open it it has the appearance of a solid choc bar until you bite into it .About 6 inches long, an inch in height and an inch wide it's easy to hold. I find it much easier to eat as it's not tooth breakingly hard like their solid Dairy Milk bar, a bonus with sensitive teeth.
A standard bar is 39g containing 210 calories which is about average for a bar of chocolate. Costing around 40p-60p depending on where you buy for one, they can be found on offer- 4 for a £1 bargain!
(usually in discount stores so it's worth shopping around).
They now do several different products, the Asda website lists ice-cream bars, bitsa and twin pots. I often by duo (two treat size bars with only 140 cals each) when I'm out to share between the kids.
Summary: I love these bars they're not at all sickly!!