February 9th: Cadbury Salted Caramel Biscuit Fingers


Kcal 99 Fat 5.4g Fat 3.0g Carbs 11.2g (per 4 biscuits)

Last week we all helped you get over those Post-Christmas diets with a very helpful pointer in the direction of Cadbury's new Chocolate Fingers flavours. Unfortunately the Cadbury Salted Peanut Biscuit Fingers didn't quite match our expectations but we had better hopes for these Cadbury Salted Caramel Biscuit Fingers that we tried today.

We found these again on sale on Sainsbury's supermarket. Again on the same introductory offer of £1.00 and similarly in a pack weighing 93.0g. It's worth noting that out of the entire Cadbury Finger Biscuits range that these new flavours are in smaller packs than the other longer lasting original flavours like the milk and white chocolate variations (lets not get into more of a pickle about Cadbury making things smaller thanks!). Anyways like the Salted Peanut flavour we gave these the ChocolateMission taste tests during one of our many coffee breaks.


The team certainly weren't shy when it came to getting stuck in with these. The caramel scents emanated from them as soon as the plastic packet seal was broken so expectations only rose before tasting them. Thankfully I'm glad to say they held up their end up of the bargain! Fusing sweet Cadbury milk chocolate, buttery biscuit and a pleasant level of salty toffee notes the taste was progressive, compelling and not in any manner sickly or overbearing. Whether it was a good or bad thing they were extremely moreish. The plate was certainly emptied in a great shorter time than it tooks us to ride of the Cadbury Salted Peanut Biscuit Fingers thats for sure.

Overall this were by far the superior of the two new flavours of Cadbury Biscuit Fingers we have tried over the last two weeks. The Salted Peanut biscuits were fine, but these were really in a different league. The proposition was a good idea, Salted Caramel being very in the mainstream right now, and they managed to pull it off without creating a taste that was overly artificial. If you are a lover of Cadbury Fingers or just more generally a biscuit fan you should give this new flavour a try to see what you make of them. After all you only need to spend the small sum of £1.00 to do so.

8.2 out of 10