What the deal is: Cadbury is the undisputed reigning king of the British candy world, which is kinda awkward because they already have another monarch, but that doesn’t make their candy bars any less delicious. The standard-bearer of their brand is the Dairy Milk bar, which was originally launched in 1905, uses fresh milk “from the British Isles” (but which one?!), and is also available in aerated, white chocolate-filled, and several other varieties.
Elite Milk Chocolate Bar with Popping Candies
What the deal is: Elite’s chocolate bars are the result of a merging of Russian and German confection companies that have been around since the early 1900s, and their parent company owns Max Brenner (that chocolate place your Mom can’t stop visiting in every city you vacation in). However, their most interesting product has a slightly more modern pedigree: it’s a chocolate bar filled with what are essentially the Israeli version of Pop Rocks.