Cadbury marvellous creations chocolate block clinkers raspberry chips & marshmallow.
I bought a couple of bars of this chocolate recently. I got a large king-size bar and a smaller snack sized bar. One of my main issues with the Marvellous Creations chocolate is the way they squares are linked together. They are all non-standard shapes and sizes which makes breaking equal pieces off for sharing quite difficult. In the snack sized bar, this was at least easier because its a strip of chocolate. But in the king-sized bar, only the first line came away cleanly. Then after that the bar broke into a triangle kind of shape.
The flavour of this bar is raspberry chips, clinkers and marshmallow. The raspberry chips are chips of hot boiled raspberry lolly. It reminded me of sparkles lollies. The clinkers flavour was nice and it had that familiar scrunch of the clinker insides. In the snack sized bar, I didn't get any marshmallow at all.
For the king-sized bar, I did get some marshmallows. However, there weren't many in the bar. The chocolate is that same Cadbury milk chocolate that I know and enjoy. Overall I liked the new flavour because it reminded me of my childhood. The price of the king-sized bar is quite pricey, but its bigger than other bars available.
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