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
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Member Name: purplekimmy
Advantages: Jam packed with chocolate
Disadvantages: There are none
You may notice that I do indeed love chocolate, and over the years (as my poor body will agree) I have tasted many, many items of confectionary. I feel I can offer a unbiased review of many products in the food range : )
These disappeared for a while but thankfully in the words of Dwaine 'The Rock' Johnson...'Finally The Cadburys Wispa has come back...' Ok maybe he never said it about a chocolate bar, but I am sure if he knew about Wispas he would have been as heartbroken as me that some bright spark thought it a good idea to stop making them.
Anyhoo, the old faithful Wispa, that awesome Cadburys purple wrapper, the red bubble writing, the weird spelling of whisper, that could be a bit chavvy, but instead instils a comforting feeling, the kind of feeling only Cadburys can achieve.
The Wispa has always been number one in the 'bubble' chocolate scale for me. I love a good Aero, but the bubbles I feel are too big, not only because I don't want to pay for a bar of air, I breathe it for free, why would I pay extra for a bit more? The larger air bubbles somehow interfere with the flavour and this is not something I like or something Wispa eaters have to live with.
I like to dip my Wispa in a hot cup of tea, just long enough for the outside cover of chocolate to melt, and then when you suck the chocolate off, the bubbles stick to your lip as you pull it out of your mouth. That makes this bar for me; obviously I don't always have a cup of tea handy when eating one, so I will on occasion eat it like a normal person. Although there are many tiny bubbles in it, it still feels jam packed with chocolate. I have no bad comments to make about this chocolate bar, two thumbs up from me.
Summary: Well worth it, love them