The selection is currently available in a whole multitude of sizes ranging from 200.0g to the mammoth 800.0g. In order to reassess the selection we decided to purchase one of the 600.0g boxes from our local supermarket.
@ChocMission reviewers now chipping in opinions it was concluded Jim's initial ruling about the selection being limited was a little harsh, especially given the two new additions. Jim himself admitted that this was probably the case given the new white chocolate and praline options being added to the traditional Milk Tray turkish delight, caramel, fudge, honey and famous fruit cremes favourites. They may all be coated in the same Cadbury milk chocolate, though reflecting on this that isn't such a bad thing given it's appealing sweet, milk based taste. Although the team disagreed with Jim's ruling on the selection side of things, we did align on his thoughts that the caramel inclusive pieces were still the strongest.
Overall the Cadbury Milk Tray deserves a little boost in terms of it's initial ChocolateMission rating and is worthy of the improved 8.0 out of 10 score it now has. Although the product is now 98 years old, it is still steadily improving and now offers a larger variety of different flavoured chocolates. True enjoyment of the product as a whole will be 100% dependent on whether you like Cadbury milk chocolate or not; coming from a team that has many a Cadbury chocolate lover the Cadbury Milk Tray is unsurprisingly held in high regard and we can not wait to see how they intend to celebrate the 100 year anniversary. If you are at a loss for an affordable chocolate gifting option this Christmas you may well want to give the Cadbury Milk Tray a look at. It will certainly put smiles on faces and likely evoke some nice memories.
8.0 out of 10