The 10 retro bars choc fans want back the most revealed – is your fave on the list? | The Sun

CHOCOHOLICS have chosen the retro chocolate bars that they want to see back on the shelves.

We’ve lost various much-loved chocolate bars over the years, including Cadbury Dream, Mars Delight and KitKat Senses. 

Now, fans have chosen which sweet treat they’d most like to make a comeback.

The most favoured sweet treat was Cadbury Dream which was discontinued in 2019.

Dream bars are a plain white chocolate bar.

Closely following was Cadbury Marble, which disappeared in the UK in 2012.

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Marble bars are a blend of milk chocolate and white chocolate with hazelnut praline centre.

Cadbury chocs rounded out the top spots with Aztecs and Time Outs in third and fourth place.

That's according to a survey commissioned by Jackpotjoy asked 2,000 participants which chocolates they'd most like to have in their 'dream selection box'.

An Aztec bar was made of nougat and caramel covered with milk chocolate while A Time Out wafer-based chocolate bar.

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The chocolate bar least favoured to come back is Fox's Echo, which was launched in the early noughties before being scrapped.

Here's the full list of top 10 chocolate bars voters want back:

  • Cadbury Dream – 8% 
  • Cadbury Marble – 7.9% 
  • Cadbury Aztec – 7.8% 
  • Cadbury Time Out – 6.9% 
  • Milky Way Crispy Rolls – 6.2% 
  • Kit Kat Caramac – 5.9% 
  • Mars Delight – 5.7% 
  • Cadbury Fuse – 5.6% 
  • Cadbury Astro – 5.3% 
  • Fox’s Echo – 3.6% 

The Dream chocolate bar launched initially in Australia and New Zealand in 2001 and came to the UK the following year.

Sadly for its fans it was discontinued not long after but made a brief comeback in 2019 as 'Cadbury White' – though this was short-lived.

It's not widely distributed by Cadbury in the UK but can often be found to buy at B&M stores which imports the bars from Australia.

Meanwhile Cadbury Marble bars are now only available in Australia after being discontinued in the UK in 2012.

Chocolate lovers are certainly opinionated when it comes to any changes made, especially in selection boxes.

Just recently, Celebrations fans were divided after Bounty bars were removed from some tubs ahead of the festive period.

While the move left some shoppers elated, others were furious, and said it would cause a mutiny.

One person Tweeted: “Whoever decided to take Bounty’s out of Celebrations boxes is a genius, what a game changer.” 

Another pleased shopper said: “A tub of Celebrations with no Bounty? Best news I’ve heard in a while.”

There were also a lot of people who were upset, even furious, with the news. 

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One person said: "Bounty removed from Celebrations? There'll be a mutiny over that!"

Another angry Tweeter said: “Good morning to everyone except the person who decided to remove Bounty’s from a tub of Celebrations.”

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