The Best Cadbury Chocolate from Around the Globe

Aaron Roberts
The Best Cadbury Chocolate from Around the Globe - Candy Mail UK

When Cadbury started producing chocolate in 1824, its goal was to make the world a happier place. And it's safe to say that it has succeeded: the British brand is now the second-largest confectionery manufacturer in the world behind Mars. Today, generations of people around the world enjoy Cadbury chocolates every day. But did you know that Cadbury produces many different types of chocolate bars and candies? In fact, each country where it operates has its own specialties. From Australia to India, we've put together a list of some of our favourites.

Dairy Milk Lollypop (India)

The Dairy Milk Lollypop is a popular Cadbury chocolate lolly in India. It is made by the Indian branch of Cadbury, which was founded in 1948.

This Lolly has a hard caramel casing that surrounds the Dairy Milk chocolate centre. This combination makes for an enticing taste sensation when you bite into it!

5 Star (India)

Cadbury's 5Star, the chocolate bar that's made in India and has been a favourite of many since its introduction in 1969, is the five-star indulgence that everyone must try. It's made with a nougat and caramel centre and covered in smooth Dairy Milk chocolate.

Cadbury's India have also released a delicious Oreo version, with a smooth caramel and crunchy Oreo centre.

Dream (Australia)

If you're looking for white chocolate, Cadbury has got you covered. The Dream White Chocolate Bar is a favourite of many Australians and was introduced in 2001. Cadbury discontinued the original Dream bar in the UK, but we are able to get our hands on some, imported from Australia, for all the UK white chocolate lovers.

Caramilk (Australia)

Cadbury Caramilk is a chocolate bar made by Cadbury in Australia. It is made with a golden blend of caramelised white chocolate, giving it a velvety appeal and gentle caramel flavour. Cadbury Caramilk was first launched in Australia in 1968, but sadly was discontinued in 1994. Adoring Caramilk fans campaigned for its return and by popular demand it reappeared in 2018.

Cadbury UK have recently released their own Caramilk bar, but we think the Australian version is far superior, why not test it out for yourself.

Caramello Koala (Australia)

Cadbury Caramello Koala is a chocolate bar with a caramel centre. It's shaped like a koala, and the adorable little koala is named George. Cadbury Caramello was first produced in Australia in 1966, and it's still going strong today. In fact, according to Cadbury's website, 50 million of these cute little guys are sold every year!

Wunderbar (Canada)

Cadbury Wunderbar, a chocolate bar made by Cadbury in Canada. Our North American friends are experts on how to do peanut butter and caramel right. Ooozing with caramel and crunchy peanut butter and coated in sumptuous smooth milk chocolate this candy bar truly is Wunderbar!

Crispy Crunch (Canada)

Cadbury Crispy Crunch is another peanut butter based chocolate bar made by the fab guys at Cadbury's Canada.

The bar consists of a crispy peanut butter centre covered with smooth Cadbury milk chocolate. The texture is similar to that of a Butterfinger, except it has both the sweet and salty notes of peanut butter.

Caramilk Hokey Pokey (New Zealand)

When it comes to Caramilk, Cadbury's New Zealand arm has taken the original caramelised white chocolate bar and given it a distinctly Kiwi twist. The result is delicious: a caramilk chocolate bar infused with 'Hokey Pokey' honeycomb pieces.

Cadbury Nutties (India)

This popular Indian Cadbury's chocolate is so yummy. Cadbury Nutties are a childhood favourite of many, with whole cashews coated in delicious Cadbury's Milk Chocolate.

So, we've brought Nutties to the UK, with this 30g packet of Cadbury Nutties to let you enjoy the smooth, crunchy, nutty, and caramel chocolate balls. They really are outstandingly tasty!


Now that we’ve walked you through some of the most delicious Cadbury chocolate from across the globe, it’s time to get on a plane and start eating! Okay, that might not be possible right now. Fortunately, you can find all these great imported chocolates right here at Candymail and have them shipped to you. So treat yourself, or share some with friends who are missing out on this tasty chocolate.

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