I’ve never eaten so many candy bars within a six week time span. In fact, I’m not sure I’ve ever eaten this many candy bars in my entire life.
But, for some odd reason, I chose candy bars as my topic for a “Top Ten” project required for the London program in which I’m involved. More than two handfuls of candy bars later, this is what I’ve put together.
(And for the record, yes I shared these candy bars with my friends. But yes, I did consume far too many candy bars these past few weeks. Oh well. Still alive and kickin’.)
Top Ten Candy Bars to Eat in the UK
Few can resist chocolate. Once you’ve had a taste of British chocolate, resistance becomes even harder. Don’t think America’s versions of British candy bars will suffice either. The ingredient list differs and the taste degrades. With convenience stores on nearly every block in London and so many chocolate choices to choose, here are the top ten British milk chocolate candy bar picks.
3. Double Decker
5. Yorkie with Raisins
6. Kinder Bueno
7. Cadbury Fudge
8. Cadbury Dairy Milk
9. Nestle Toffee Crisp
10. Terry’s Caramel Bite
Have you tried any of these UK candy bars? What’s your favorite? Did I miss one that should make the list? (Consuming any of these bars purchased in America doesn’t count because they truly are different. Check out this NY Times article, which explores the differences further, if you don’t believe me.)