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Cadbury's Dairy Milk Miniatures Dispenser

Nearly every child must have owned one of these as a child, it is a timeless classic & is still in production to this day.

It was a chocolate dispenser that doubled up as a money box. By putting in a coin you got a mini block of Dairy Milk in return & when you ran out of chocolate you could buy a whole new packet to replace them but most parents never bothered.


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Cadbury's Dairy Milk Miniatures Dispenser Machine Last post by Jacqueline
09 September 2010

Do You Remember Cadbury's Dairy Milk Miniatures Dispenser?

Do You Remember Cadbury's Dairy Milk Miniatures Dispenser?

  • Anonymous user
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    Weren't the chocolates called neopolitans
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes ! I had one of these. I remember other small bars (Bourneville and maybe an orange and a mint one ?) that used to fit as well. Think the small bars may have been in tins of Roses at one point ?
  • Anonymous user
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    For the first time in 55 years, I have NOT received a box of Flat Twenties for my birthday, cos my daughter couldn't track any down. Cadbury, you should be ashamed of yourselves.
  • Anonymous user
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    Think you placed 2p in to get the chocolate - think mine got filled up once and that was it.
  • Anonymous user
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    I had one of these! Soon got fed up putting money in - I just used to take off the back and grab a bar of chocolate. Incidentally we used to call those miniature bars 'flat twenties'. I think they used to come in packs of twenty, although I can't remember seeing them that way.