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Cadbury's Skippy

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Cadbury's Skippy was a long wafer biscuit covered with Cadbury's chocolate and contained a hard chewy strip of toffee within the centre of the wafer. The packaging for Cadbury's Skippy was blue with distinctive red and yellow writing. It was really chewy!


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Cadbury's Skippy Last post by Heather74
03 February 2011

Do You Remember Cadbury's Skippy?

Do You Remember Cadbury's Skippy?

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    As a school boy in the early sixties I spent my summer holiday mornings reading novels like 'She' and the Alan Quarterrmain series. Even then I had a jug of instant coffee and couple of Skippy bars. Even after aĺ this time I can still feel the chewy texture and flavour! Oh to be back......
  • Anonymous user
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    Oh boy do I miss them I was gutted when I couldn't get them any, I know it's daft but I look in old fashion shops even abroad
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved Skippy. There is nothing like them now - the nearest thing is Lion Bar, but it's not the same. You could really pull all your fillings out with a Skippy. Bring it back, I say!
  • Anonymous user
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    does any one know when they stopped producing skippy bars.
  • Anonymous user
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    Always the last thing to go out of the selection box at Christmas