What is in a Cadbury Wispa?

What is in a Cadbury Wispa?

Milk, sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, vegetable fats (palm, shea), emulsifier (E442), flavourings. May contain nuts.

What does a Wispa bar taste like?

Wispa may just be Dairy Milk with holes in it, but those holes completely change the texture and taste of the chocolate. It’s still just a fairly average looking and tasting bar of chocolate, but it’s certainly one deserves its place on the supermarket shelves.

Why did they stop making Wispa?

Cadbury Wispa Mint The confectionery makers first launched the aerated chocolate bars in 1981 to challenge Rowntree’s (now owned by Nestle) Aero. But it was a game changer when introduced a version with a layer of mint in 1995. But it was pulled from shelves in 2003 because it was no longer popular enough.


Is the Cadbury Wispa chocolate bar any good?

Wispas are great. Basically, it’s either a mistake or fraud. Either way, it’s frustrating, because I’m looking for the real deal. Being a Brit the one thing I find myself missing (aside from some family members) whilst visiting the states is GOOD chocolate. Even though US now owns Cadbury they still just don’t have it down.

When did the Cadbury Wispa Gold duo come out?

Cadbury Wispa Gold: an aerated milk chocolate bar with a caramel layer. Launched in 1995, discontinued in 2003, relaunched in 2009 temporarily but relaunched again in 2011. Cadbury Wispa Gold Duo: an aerated Cadbury milk chocolate bar with a layer of Caramel, in two halves.

When was the first Wispa chocolate bar made?

A Wispa split in half. Wispa is a brand of chocolate bar manufactured by British chocolate company Cadbury. Using aerated chocolate, the bar was launched in 1981 as a trial version in North East England, and with its success it was introduced nationally in 1983.

When did the Cadbury Wispa Easter egg come out?

Launched 2009 but discontinued 2013. Cadbury Wispa Gold Easter Egg: a hollow milk chocolate egg with 4 Wispa Gold bars. Launched 1999, discontinued in 2003 but relaunched temporarily in 2009. During October or November 2016 Wispa chocolate bars released into IGA stores for around $2.