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Cadbury Challenge

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Cadbury Challenge

I've read on this Forum and heard from a British friend of mine that Cadbury chocolate purchased in the UK is better than Cadbury purchased in the US.

I've tried several times to bring some chocolate home from London and conducting a tasting, but we end up (ok ok ok, I end up) eating all british stuff before buying any here and arranging a tasting with my friends.

So has anyone conducted a blind taste test pitting the Colonial Cadbury against the Queens Cadbury?

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51. Re: Cadbury Challenge

KitKats out of the freezer

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Has anyone noticed that dairy cow breeds in the U.S. all seem to be named after Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey, Swiss Brown, etc ?

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53. Re: Cadbury Challenge

Jersey and Guernsey are breeds of cow, Jersey cows are some of the most beautiful cows in the world and their milk is the most or one of the most richest creamiest tastiest milk you will find in the world, Swiss brown isn't a channel island. (not english channel anyway!!)

Here are some Channel islands you might have heard of: Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark, Herm.