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Cabana Bars

Cabana was a milk chocolate bar in a blue wrapper. Inside you found a delicious coconut filling and chunks of cherry. They were made by Rowntrees in York, and were discontinued in the early 90s. It was totally irresistable! I suppose the closest thing to it these days is a Bounty or the old Cadbury's Coconut Boost - but they're just not the same! 


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Do You Remember Cabana Bars?

Do You Remember Cabana Bars?

  • Anonymous user
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    The Cabana bar was my favourite chocolate bar, I wish they’d bring it back.
  • Anonymous user
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    The Cabana bar was my favourite chocolate bar ever, I wish they’d bring it back
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to love them, I remember being horrified when they came out as they were 10p, way more than a Mars or Marathon at the time.
  • Anonymous user
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    Mmmm, yum!! I loved Cabana too. And Aztec, Amazin' Raisin, Fry's Milk/Dark Sandwich. Anyone remember Gaiety by Jamesons (also made Raspberry Ruffles), they were cheaper than Quality Street!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember it had a pink part to it and there were two peices in the packet - ideal for sharing (yeah, right!).
  • Anonymous user
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    Cabana was a bar of coconut and cherry covered in milk chocolate. I remember the wrapper being in blue? with Cabanna in red writing. Not sure who made them but i wish they'd bring them back.
  • Anonymous user
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    It was 100 times better than a Bounty!
  • Anonymous user
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    These were lovely. Milk chocolate bar filled with coconut and cherries. Sound disgusting but I loved them when I was a child!
  • Anonymous user
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    Wasn't the telly ad a bird who cracked open a coconut and there was the bar in the middle and she said "Cabana" in a breathy voice? I remember that!
  • Anonymous user
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    Bring back Cabana! Forget Wispa (that's Cadburys bubbles isn't it?) There's nothing with cherries, even the Cadburys Fuse didn't have cherries. I wonder if it's because cherries are expensive (although their latest offering does have apricot). 3 decades and still waiting..