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Cadbury's Bar Six

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Often a favourite for swimming bath vending machines, Cadbury's Bar Six was a creamy chocolate bar with a wafer centre and hazelnut cream, they were very similar to a Chunky Kit-Kat. Bar Six had a orange wrapper and was wrapped in a soft foil .


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Cadbury's Bar Six Last post by remember
28 February 2008

Do You Remember Cadbury's Bar Six?

Do You Remember Cadbury's Bar Six?

  • Anonymous user
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    I do, it was my favourite, and if I remember rightlyz, popular. I wonder why it was discontinued. The new Cadbury Rounders bar tastes almost the same
  • Anonymous user
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    Gadfly- Actually I was going to ask you if it was Cadbury or Rowntree. I was just a kid at the time, but I believe it came in a yellow wrapper and I believe there were two in a packet. I assume it was not selling well, maybe only you and I bought them
  • Anonymous user
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    Does anyone remember a biscuit called 'T-bar' It was a tuck shop favourite of mine in the early 70s. A shortcake biscuit with a thin layer of coconut cream covered in milk chocolate. Nobody, but NOBODY seems to remember them and I've seen no reference to them anywhere. Were they a figment of my imagination?
    • Anonymous user
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      I did a double take when I read this about T Bar. About 5 years ago when I was having a nostalgia period, I searched the internet high and low for information on the greatest chocolate bar ever created - T Bar. I could not find anything and my wife suggested it may have been a figment of my imagination. Thank you - I am sane!
      • Anonymous user
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        At last, at last! Somebody else remembers them. Thank you, Berbeth. Do you know who made them? I've really no idea.
  • Torontosaurus
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    Wow, I haven't seen these in like 40 years now. We used to have Bar Six in Canada, too. I remember them being creamier, sweeter, and with a less overt hazelnut taste than Kit Kat bars. I sure wish they were still around. A good number of the British chocolate bars we had when I was a kid are still around, but a fair number have dropped off the radar and been replaced by third rate, waxy Yankee crap, mainly from Hershey. :P
  • Anonymous user
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    It was Bar Six over a Kit-Kat for me every time. A shame it was stopped (don't know when though). I will look at jennyanydots suggestion of Crispello. I note that Crispello was aimed at women ??!? Having seen some Crispello pics, I think I'm man enough for it :-)
  • Anonymous user
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    Bar Six has been reborn as Cadburys Crispello ... tastes just like it in a different shape!
  • Anonymous user
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    Does anyone remember or know the name of a chocolate bar then when fully unwrapped looked like a box of chocolates... I.e together like a jigsaw...?
    • Anonymous user
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      In Canada is was Neilsen's Jersey Milk Treasure Bar. Picture here: http://www.stockpholio.net/view/image/id/3459390563#.V3gOBOsrKBo
    • Anonymous user
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      Yes it was a milk tray bar of chocolate. I remember one segment was like a half barrell and contained line flavoured cordial I think. Long time ago.
    • Anonymous user
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      Yeah. In dark chocolate it was plain choice, in milk chocolate it was milk tray. Lovely!
  • Anonymous user
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    Ever other sunday afternoon or so, my mother`s cousins would come to our house in County Tyrone and give us kids a Bar Six. There was never a matter of one or the other. Just Bar Six. Needless to say we were always delighted.
  • Anonymous user
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    Was there a plain chocolate version, called bar noir, or is my memory addled by time
  • Anonymous user
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    For some obscure reason I dreamt about eating one of these last night!