Cadbury Dark Milk Chocolate with Crunchy Salted Caramel Pieces-85g




Cadbury Dark Milk Chocolate Bars

Made at the Chocolate Factory in Toronto, Canada

Cadbury has reached a new level of deliciousness! The Cadbury Dark Chocolate With Crunchy Salted Caramel Pieces is a decadent blend of dark and milk chocolate, with the very welcome addition of salted caramel. It's a Canadian chocolate bar like no other. You will be taken to the moon and back with this sublime Cadbury chocolate bar!
The perfect blend of rich cocoa notes & the smooth taste of Cadbury milk chocolate.
Cadbury Dark Milk Chocolate with Crunchy Salted Caramel Pieces are made at the Chocolate Factory on Gladstone Avenue in downtown Toronto.
Cadbury Chocolate Bars are famous for being one of the world's best chocolate bars. And yes, Canada does make the best Dairy Milk Chocolate Bars! These Canadian Chocolate Bars are in demand around the world.

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