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Golden Cup

This was a chocolate bar made by Nestle Rowntrees, around in the 70s/80s. It consisted of milk chocolate segments filled with a rich liquid caramel. It was like a grown-up, luxury version of Cadburys Caramel - my Mum used to have one as a special treat (they were pricier than your average bar). The wrapper was, I think, white with an illustration of the yummy goods themselves.


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golden cup anyone? Last post by angie-baby72
11 January 2011

Do You Remember Golden Cup?

Do You Remember Golden Cup?

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    I remember Golden Cup. I use to buy a finger bar in a foil wrapper. If it was available today it wouldnt taste the same. None of them do.
  • Anonymous user
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    Golden Cup was made by Rowntree Macintosh ....Nestle had nothing to do with it
  • Anonymous user
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    Aaahh yes!! That's another bar i loved and forgot all about. They all keep disappearing, don't they??!! Why is it that everything i love, they don't make anymore. No taste, that's what i say!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    As a child and as a young adult, I loved Golden Cup. I still hanker for one now and again; the chocolate and caramel combination was a taste sensation!
  • Anonymous user
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    Golden Cup was actually made by a company called MacKintosh! I haven't been able to find one of these for a few years now...far superior to a Dairy Milk Caramel....
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    They tasted so good, they had a smaller version as mentioned above, pricey but so good, was reminiscing to my old man about them the other day
  • Anonymous user
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    Yes, I loved Golden Cup, I can taste it now, gorgeous ... and I used to buy them in the individual rounded end foil pack.
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    mmmm yes I remember these - think they made a small version which had rounded ends and no segments wrapped in foil
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    Yeah these were delicious and always a bit more expensive than other choccie bars but the creamy choc & caramel were such a lovely combo.Even Cadburys can,t compete with their Caramel bar.