Cadbury launch new Caramilk Crispy bar - spotted in Tesco & chocolate fans have given their verdict

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Cadbury’s new Caramilk Crispy bar has hit the shelves of Tesco

Cadbury have released a brand new product which has been spotted in Tesco and chocolate fans have reacted.

The confectionery company, which is based in Bournville in Birmingham, has released the new Caramilk Crispy bar which sounds delicious - it’s a golden caramel chocolate with cripsped rise using 100% suitable sourced cocoa. It’s inclusive too and recommeneded as suitable for vegans. You get three portions per bar.

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Posting on social media, one Twitter user said the new product was ‘so good’ and only costs £1.35. Another Cadbury fan wrote on Twitter: “This week Tesco had a new Caramilk - caramilk crispy - the crispy breaks the sickly sweet up a little - am quite enjoying it.” Another said: “That Cadbury caramilk is actually banging.” Another said: “I have tried this and it is rather scrummy.” One Twitter user added: “We need to try this.”

The news comes as Cadbury annouce its Dairy Milk Christmas Chocolate Coins are making a comeback just in time for the festive season for the first time in nearly a decade.

In case you needed a reminder, the coins are perfectly round, milk chocolate discs individually wrapped in gold packaging. They were once considered one of the ultimate chocolate treats for Christmas, available in supermarkets up and down the UK by December.

But since 2014, the coins have been non-existent - until now. In a post on Instagram, said: “Get ready because Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Coins are coming back after a decade! Hope you’re as thrilled as we are.”

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The coins are available to buy online from Cadbury Gifts Directin single bags, in bundles and as part of the chocolate brand’s build-your-own festive kits. For £1.99, you can snap up a bag filled with 13 individually-foiled milk chocolate coins - or go all out and buy 54 bags for £107.46.

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