Cadbury fans are going wild for 'Caramilk' flake flavour spotted on B&M shelves usually only available abroad | The Sun

CHOCOLATE fans are delighted after spotting a unique treat usually found abroad on shelves in the UK.

Cadbury's Caramilk Flake was spotted on shelves in B&M, thrilling fans who are eager to get their hands on the treat.

The caramelised white chocolate curls and swirls have proved a hit in Australia and were spotted in the UK as well.

One fan said: "… Caramilk Flake will be seeing my £1, or whatever it costs."

Cadbury confirmed to The Sun that the Caramilk Flakes are on shelves and priced at £1.

In 2019, retailers in Scotland went viral for selling a mint version of the chocolate flake.



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When The Sun put this to Cadbury it told us it "understands" the bars are being sold in Scotland but says it's not behind the launch, and sadly has no "immediate" plans to bring the chocs to the UK.

It's unclear where Scottish retailers have got hold of the minty versions from but we found at least two Australian websites, including Amazon, that were selling mint Flakes, although these are currently listed as sold out.

Last month, shoppers found two new flavours of Twirl Bites – strawberry and Caramilk.

Eagle-eyed foodies spotted the treats, titled "Aus Twirl" in B&M but weren't pleased with the price.

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Commenting on a post of the chocolate on Facebook's Food Finds, someone said: "Literally the same price as they are here in Aus.

"Strawberry ones taste too fake, weren't nice at all."

While another said: "Sounds nice but not for three quid."

And someone added: "£3? They would be getting put straight back."

B&M is selling them for £2.99 for a 110g bag.

Original Twirl Bites can cost around £1.50 at most supermarkets, sometimes £2.

So shoppers could be spending an extra £1.50 for the other two flavours.

But Aussie treats seem to be taking over, as a Cadbury Cherry Ripe bar was also spotted in a local B&M.

The Cadbury Cherry Ripe bar is not typically sold in UK stores but can be bought on Amazon and via some specialist food websites.

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It is described by online retailer International Food UK as "The oldest and most popular chocolate bar in Australia that gives you the big cherry taste."

The Aussie favourite is a mix of cherries and coconut covered in Cadbury's rich dark chocolate.

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