What Makes Cadbury Flake Chocolate So Good?
Infact I love everything about it.
I love the cool distinctive brightly yellow packaging. I also love the look of it too. With its delicate strands of Cadbury Dairy Milk milk chocolate fused together with a rustic style elegance that is iconic in the world of confectionery.
Of course I love the taste as well. Its Cadbury’s Chocolate – who doesn’t right? And especially the way it crumbles in your mouth when you bite it – like a collapsing glacier in Antarctica. But most of all, above and beyond anything else, I think I like the story of how it came to be.
Its exact formulation is now a fiercely protected secret but legend has it that Cadbury’s Chocolate Flake. was first developed in 1920 when an employee of the company noted that as the excess chocolate liquid from the moulds was drained off, it did so in a stream flow that created a pattern of folded chocolate with brittle flaking properties. I can only imagine the ‘eureka’ moment he and the bosses would have had when the realisation dawned that all the previous wastage could now be turned back into profit.
Cadbury Flake Chocolate has long since maintained a special place in the heart of sweet toothed chocolate lovers around the world. Not least because eating one seems to provide more of an ‘experience’ than most of its contemporaries.
Indeed there is a seductive, absorbing and somewhat indulgent quality in consuming one that is almost unique to any other food product. Part of the main reason for this has to be the clever television campaigns that have been associated with the confection over the years.
Featuring in scores of their adverts over a 50 year period starting in 1959 The Cadbury Flake Girl has come to be a famous symbol of indulgence and secret pleasure. Though some have thought at times that it went a bit far.
Infact the product has gained notoriety for its highly sensual advertising. Which has repeatedly showed women enjoying a Flake in various situations that suggest more than a hint of sexual pleasure, that one particular advert was even taken off the air following viewer complaints about the suggestive manner in which the woman bit into the bar.
Although the Cadbury Flake Chocolate girl was officially killed off in 2004 she was resurrected in 2007 when it was found that she had a 19% recall in the population of the United Kingdom. The current incumbent is Australian model Alyssa Sutherland. Who is seen eating a Flake in a convertible during a shower of rain in the latest advertisement.
5 Facts About Cadbury Flake Chocolate
1. Cadbury Flake ingredients are Sugar, Milk Solids, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Flavours. May contain traces of Nuts. Milk Chocolate contains Cocoa Solids 28%, Milk Solids 28%.
2. Since 1922, ice cream vendors in the UK and Australia have served ‘99 Flakes’. A cone of vanilla soft serve ice cream with a half size Flake bar inserted in the top.
3. Over the years several varieties of Flake have been produced. These include Flake Praline, Flake Mint, Flake Dark (chocolate) and Flake Snow (white chocolate).
4. Cadbury Flake are one of the most popular toppings in the world for cupcakes, cakes or muffins – either as a whole piece or crumbled.
5. In 2008 UK singer Joss Stone was the first non-model to become the Flake girl in 2008.
Want To Buy Cadbury Flake Chocolate in Bulk?
You can buy the Cadbury brand of Flake Chocolate online at Moo-Lolly-Bar.
We also sell a huge range of other Cadbury Chocolate products too. This includes Time Out, Twirl, Boost and also Cadbury Dream.
Also if the total cost of your order is over $150 we will send it to you for free!
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