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New Cadbury ‘Caramel Slice’ block to hit the shelves

New Cadbury ‘Caramel Slice’ block to hit the shelves

Finally, details of a new Cadbury block created by a famous Australian chef have emerged online, sparking excitement amongst those with a sweet tooth. 

Curtis Stone has collaborated with the iconic confectioner to give the humble Dairy Milk bar a fresh twist on its 100th anniversary. 

Launching a “caramel slice” flavour, excited fans are running to Coles to stock up. 

The block features the brand’s classic milk chocolate with a smooth flowing caramel, vanilla flavoured crème and crunchy biscuit pieces. Delicious! 

Official news of the Curtis Stone block has yet to be announced by Cadbury, but an eagle-eyed Coles shopper has already spotted the chocolate on shelves and shared it to social media.

TikTok user @deficitincalories shared a short clip of the $5 bar at his local Coles and was so inundated with requests for more information, he posted a review just an hour later.

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“If you like Caramello Koala, you’re are going to love this. Think Caramello Koala, vanilla cream and biscuit pieces all in one,” the Melbourne man said.

“It doesn’t taste exactly like a caramel slice, but it comes pretty damn close for a chocolate bar.

“Curtis Stone and Cadbury did their thing on this. Highly recommend it to anyone that loves caramel. I’m tossing up between 9.5 and a 10 out of 10.”

It didn’t take long for the video to blow up, earning more than 350,000 views in less than 24 hours.

Many declared they were “running” to the supermarket to buy one, as others revealed their local Coles was yet to stock the new block.

The chocolate block is exclusive to Coles, presumably because of Curtis Stone’s role as an ambassador for the supermarket.

The sweet treat officially launches on June the 15th, but some stores have already started displaying stock.

Images: Tiktok

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