Kcal 116 Fat 6.7g Fat (Sat 4.1g) Carbs 12g (per 2 triangles)
Wow, well that’s a mouthful of a name, isn’t it? Cadbury’s definitely know how to give their new products an entrance, don’t they? Dairy Milk Big Taste Triple Choc Sensation is yet another snazzy bar for consumers to sick their teeth into, and by its hefty 300g size, it isn’t just a chip off the old block, but a block off the whole house.
As you can see from the picture, the bar is made up of three layers of milk, white, and dark chocolate. The triangles on top give it a unique and attractive appearance. Individually, each layer is moderately thick, meaning that in its entirety, this is one chunky bar, and just like the name, quite a mouthful.
But before I get ahead of myself, let me describe the aroma. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the Triple Choc Sensation has a triple scent as well. Not only does it provide that classic Dairy Milk smell, but I also detected vanilla from the white chocolate and red fruits from the dark chocolate.
The white chocolate is by far the dominant taste in the Triple Choc Sensation. Given Cadbury’s now discontinued Dream bar has such a poor reputation, you might consider this a bad start, but in fact the white chocolate is rich in vanilla flavours, creamy and is not actually as sweet the dark chocolate. Cadbury’s Bournville has also not faired well @ChocolateMission, but the dark chocolate here, although a bit too sweet for my liking, had a lovely flavour. Not the fruity taste I was expecting, but rather a nutty one.
Cadbury has successfully managed to make superior white and dark chocolate compared to their previous attempts, and I think this is in part due to combining the two with their famous Dairy Milk. The taste of Dairy Milk does take a bit of a back seat here, but it helps gel everything together for a satisfying chocolate bar.