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Texan Bar

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As a kid I pulled out two teeth (admittedly already loose at the time) by chewing on a Texan Bar! It was chocolate-covered nougat which was virtually impossible to bite through. Kids loved it, dentists/mums hated it!


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texan bar Last post by MommaMystique
12 October 2006

Do You Remember Texan Bar?

Do You Remember Texan Bar?

  • Anonymous user
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    Loved Texan bars, remember the animated ad and the comic ad s. Didn't,t. Lose a tooth to one though, that was Phantom chews.
  • petsounds
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    bring em back!!!
  • Anonymous user
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    I lost a tooth to a texan bar.
  • Anonymous user
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    Remember the Mexican firing squad advert. These bars must have had so many kids teeth out! I can feel an ache on my jaw muscles just thinking about these. And I can still see the speckles of chocolate on my Sta-Press where it flaked off whilst trying to bite a bit off.
  • Anonymous user
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    Those Texan Bars were great I wish they come back in production to! I found a story all about them here http://www.oldschoolsweets.com/the-tale-of-the-texan-bar-undisputed-champion-of-chocolate-chews/
  • Anonymous user
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    would love to try one again
  • Anonymous user
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    I don't understand why there aren't made anymore. The relaunched ones by Nestle in 2005 weren't quite the same as the originals, but were still good. I hope they bring them back again (for good) and get the recipe right next time.
  • Anonymous user
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    sore jaws.....yeh ...but they were ace......bring em back again...
  • Anonymous user
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    great they brought this retro sweet back..
  • Anonymous user
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    Gavsta, i know ist 5 years later but i remeber being given some dinosaur stickers when i bought a Texan bar a a kid out with my parents. Promotion maybe..? seems odd it would be dinosaur stickers and not wild west. definatley a Mighty Chew nonetheless