One Curly Wurly Will Not Do
Cadbury Curly Wurly: Candy of the Day
National Candy Month would not be complete without this scrumptious British Chocolate bar, the Curly Wurly. This classic chocolate bar is nothing short of exquisite, with it's delicate strands of braided like, soft and chewy caramel that is then lovingly covered in a thin, rich layer of rich milk chocolate. The Curly Wurly Chocolate Bar really is delectable!
Make sure you try a Curly Wurly!
If you've never had one, I assure you that you're missing out, and if you've never heard of them it's probably because they used to go by a different name, The Curly Wurly was also known as the "Wig Wag" bar or the "Marathon" bar.
Curly Wurly was discovered by a Happy Accident
The Curly Wurly was discovered by David John Parfatt, who worked for the Bournville Factory, in Birmingham England. The Bournville Factory had ties with the Cadbury
family. While David was experimenting with some extra toffee from another candy product, his experimenting led him to what he thought was an accident. But clearly this was not a mistake, it was genius! He had created the Curly Wurly! You could say this was a very "happy accident".
Curly Wurly is known around the world!
The Curly Wurly has been around since 1970, a very popular chocolate bar in the UK, but also has many fans all over the entire world, such as Canada, Germany, Ireland, Malta, South Africa, Malaysia, Romania, Portugal, just to name a few!
Stock Up with a case of Curly Wurly
My only complaint with Curly Wurly would have to be the size. They are on the small side, but that just gives good reason to eat a few!
Candy District will be posting about an iconic candy a day during National Candy Month.
Please read them all and be a Sweetie and post a comment about your favourite candy!