Cadbury discontinues four flavours in its Roses chocolate boxes – but introduces new exotic treat


CADBURY is axing four flavours in its Roses chocolate boxes – but introducing a new exotic treat.

The big change comes after chocolate lovers had their say on their favourites – and not-so favourites.

There are some big changes happening with Roses


There are some big changes happening with RosesCredit: Alamy

Now, Cadbury in Australia has made the call to get rid of some of its hard-centred chocolates – and put treats with goey insides back in their place.

Hazelnut creme crisp, peppermint creme crunch, white raspberry and dark mocha nougat have all been cut.

And three favourites – orange, strawberry and peppermint creme – have been brought back.

Plus, new soft-centred chocolate will start popping up in boxes – the passionfruit delight.

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It is filled with the sweet yellow fruit and covered in rich dark chocolate.

The likes of the Turkish delight was also kept, as well as other favourites like classic milk, hazelnut swirl, vanilla nougat, classic caramel and caramel deluxe.

Kathy De Lullo, Senior Marketing Manager – Gifting and Seasonal at Cadbury said: “We’re so excited to be able to launch this new Cadbury Roses box – we know that the timelessness of the classic Cadbury Roses is something that is revered by all, and that everyone has a nostalgic story to tell when it comes to gifting these treats to family and friends.

“Through this new mix, it is so special to be able to honour the iconic soft centres and flavours like Strawberry Crème and Peppermint Crème loved by so many Roses fans, as well as to create and deliver a new flavour experience through soft-centred Passionfruit Delight.”

It comes just says after Cadbury sent chocolate fans wild after launching a brand new Twirl bar.

The Twirl Honeycomb Sundae flavour has now hit the shelves in Australia, but doesn’t seem be available in the UK, or elsewhere, yet.

TikTok user @AngeEats found the new Cadbury chocolate at a Woolworths store.

“You’ve got the honeycomb on the inside, and it smells like a Crunchie bar,” he said before biting into the chocolate.

“Guys, this is insane. They’ve literally hit the nail on the head with this one.”

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