Cadbury launches three new chocolate bars and you’ll want to try them all

Love a bit of chocolate but fancy something a bit different? This year we’ve been spoilt when it comes to new sweet treats, from green tea KitKats to the special white chocolate Twix and the soon-to-arrive M&M chocolate bars.

But if you want something unique and delicious, you’re in luck. Cadbury is releasing not one but three new chocolate bars to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Last year the Cadbury Inventor Competition gave people the chance to produce their own chocolate bars with up to three ingredients, and the three finalists have now been chosen – and their creations sound like a proper treat.

The new flavours put a twist on the original Dairy Milk bar, and they sound really tasty. There’s a Dairy Milk Choco-Latte bar, which is a milk chocolate number with coffee flavoured creme and digestive biscuit pieces.

Then there’s the Dairy Milk Simply The Zest, orange flavoured chocolate with almond caramel pieces and digestive biscuit.

And lastly, there’s a Dairy Milk Raspberry Shortcake flavour, milk chocolate studded with raspberry pieces, white crisp pearls and shortcake.

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Yum.

However, there can only be one winner. Brits have the very tough job of trying all three and reporting back to Cadbury to let them know which one is their favourite.

Cadbury has also partnered with celebs to help the nation get behind the Cadbury Inventor finalists. X Factor judge Louis Walsh is backing the Choca-Latte bar, while Keith Lemon is supporting Simply The Zest and Take That’s Howard Donald is behind the Raspberry Shortcake.

You can vote for the one that tickles your tastebuds here and voting officially closes on 29th July.

The official website reads: ‘We scoured the nation for the finest inventors to create a new Cadbury Dairy Milk flavour… and now it’s time for you to cast your vote for which of our three shortlisted bars will go down in history as a permanent part of our Cadbury Dairy Milk range.’

The bar with the most votes will become a permanent fixture in the Cadbury’s Dairy Milk range.

So get testing.

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