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Back in the 70s, Cadbury's broke with tradition and made a fruit-only bar called Amazin' Raisin. It was a rum and raisin bar that, as you may imagine, was pretty chewy and hard going on your teeth! But so worth it. What's more, it only cost 5p back in the day. http://www.doyouremember.co.uk/memory/amazin-raisin

Amazin' Raisin

Back in the Cadbury's broke with tradition and made a fruit-only bar called Amazin' Raisin. It was a rum and raisin bar that was pretty chewy and hard going on your teeth!

Old Jamaica Cadbury chocolate bar launched in 1970.

Old Jamaica chocolate bars launched in Dads favourite when I was a child, much better than the copies nowadays!

Cadbury’s wildlife bars 1980’s chocolate

Cadbury’s wildlife bars 1980’s chocolate

Maxkintosh's Mint Cracknel - remember these? Out about the same time as Swisskit. Thin chocolate bar with a bright green mint centre which was like fibre glass.

Maxkintosh's Mint Cracknel - remember these? Out about the same time as Swisskit. Thin chocolate bar with a bright green mint centre which was like fibre glass.

UK - Rowntree-Mackintosh - Texan chocolate candy bar wrapper - 1970s by JasonLiebig

Never quite reached the status of a proper chocolate bar - it was basically a lot of chewy milky caramel-coloured stuff coated in a thin layer of chocolate. Weird taste - a bit like chemicals!

Oh, I remember this!  Milk Tray chocolate bar.Why don't they bring it back again!

Milk Tray chocolates in a bar! - I used to love this and eat it regularly - particularly loved the lime barrel!

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