The word “iconic” is overused, but Cadbury’s Flake is absolutely worthy of the term. A firm favourite in the UK and Ireland for over 100 years, this legendary finger of folded chocolate is still just as unique today as it always was.
Perhaps the most famous use of the Cadbury’s Flake is in the “99”, a cone of soft serve ice cream with a half-sized Flake stuck into it. It’s a cornerstone of a British summer’s day, whether you’re at the seaside, in a park, or just relaxing in your own garden. The chimes of the ice-cream van call to young and old alike – who can resist ice cream in the sunshine? And it’s the Flake that makes the “99” special. Pull it out, lick off the ice cream, and crunch down on that delightfully chilly, crumbly chocolate. Magic.
In fact, magic seems to be a key part of the process of making the Cadbury’s Flake. No other manufacturer has ever made a chocolate bar with the same unique properties. Somehow, Cadbury’s have invented a chocolate bar which doesn’t melt! If you don’t believe us, set one on a radiator, or even microwave it – it will get warm, but stay solid. This means that the Flake always stays crunchy, no matter how hot the weather gets.
Even though the Flake openly defies the laws of physics, it has the same great Cadbury’s Dairy Milk taste as other bars like the Wispa. And even though a “99” is hard to beat, Cadbury’s Flake is a pleasure in its own right, with or without ice cream. Now you can enjoy one anywhere in Germany, courtesy of Dalriata!