Cadbury's Dairy Milk Inventor Competition flavours are officially here
The limited edition chocolate bars are available until September
With the success of Cadbury's Dairy Milk Inventor Competition last year – hello Crunchy Honeycomb – it's back this year, and the flavours are looking seriously good.
If you're not familiar, the Inventor Competition is a contest to find a new Cadbury Dairy Milk flavour. Three finalists and their chocolate inventions go head to head, the nation decides which it likes best, and the winner becomes part of Cadbury's permanent range.
Now we've got official news of the three flavours in the line-up this year.
The first flavour is Josh's Banoffee Nut Crumble. This bar is made of milk chocolate with banoffee pie inspired fudge pieces, golden almond caramel pieces and crunchy biscuits. I'm just putting it out there, if this one wins, I would very much appreciate someone sending me one to try.
The second flavour is Roxy's Fizzing Cherry. This bar is made up of milk chocolate with fruity cherry pieces, tingling, cracking popping candy and biscuit pieces.
The final flavour is Sophie's No Frownie Brownie – brownie points to the inventor for a cute name. This is made up of a milk chocolate bar with gooey chocolate brownie chunks, golden salted caramel chips and crumbly biscuits.
The voting is already open, so get on it!
Check out the three new flavours and vote for your fave at cadburyinventor.com
Which flavour do you want to become permanent?