From fruit and nuts to Oreo, dairy milk bars have long been a popular choice of chocolate in Britain.
And now Cadbury is expanding the range by launching three new limited edition flavors from Dairy Milk bars.
Each new bar has been designed and named by a chocolate fan as part of the Cadbury Inventor 2020 contest – but only one will become a permanent device on the shelves.
The delicacies will be on sale in Tesco supermarkets from Wednesday 8 July before being launched in participating supermarkets nationwide on 22 July.
Audience members have until September 6 to vote for their new favorite chocolate bar, which will go on sale online on cadburyinventor.com.
During the design of their chocolate bars, the contest finalists received over 90,000 possible combinations of ingredients to choose from. They also had to find a name for the chocolate creations and explain what inspired them.
The three 105g bars will bring you back £ 1.49 per pop, but prices can vary from store to store.
So what are Cadbury Dairy Milk flavors?
Gillian’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Coconutty
A combination of milk chocolate and coconut crumble, studded with smooth and crisp white pearls.
Created by Gillian, 36, from Northern Ireland, whose bar is inspired by his children’s love of fresh coconut.
Shannon’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Crunchy Honeycomb
Mixture of milk chocolate with golden crisp honeycomb pieces, tasty caramel fudge and chopped hazelnuts for greater crunchiness.
Created by Shannon, a 19-year-old student from Nottingham who combined her two favorite flavors for this sweet surprise.
Taylor’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Out of the Blueberry
Taylor, a 24-year-old two-year-old mother from Leeds, claims to have created Out of the Bluberry because of her son’s love and obsession with blueberries.
His bar is made up of milk chocolate with juicy blueberry nuggets and crisp white pearls.