Like many other time-tested brands, Cadbury has racked up a solid amount of fans over its years of operation. While these fans vocally rallied around their favorite products, Cadbury had other plans. Like so many other food brands, Cadbury has the tendency to rip our favorite foods right out of our lives just as we got attached to them. With a history that stretches back almost 200 years, it’s only natural that a good handful of discontinued products developed a cult following like no other.
According to The Sun, white chocolate fans had field days when Cadbury rolled out their now-discontinued Flake Snow, a chocolate bar filled with white chocolate. Meanwhile, the Wispa Mint earned its place in the pantheon of great Cadbury chocolates thanks to its aerated chocolate coated with a thin mint layer, despite vanishing years ago. On the other end of the Cadbury spectrum lies the discontinued white chocolate Dream bar, the first white chocolate treat that Cadbury introduced to the world (via Delish).
As the brand continues forward, we one day have to come to terms that our favorite chocolates might not survive the march of time. In the meantime, we need to celebrate the chocolate bars that have fallen and enjoy the fantastic quality of Cadbury that keeps fans loving candy that has disappeared from store shelves.