Cadbury is probably best known in the U.S. for its Cadbury Eggs that come out around Easter. At that time, Cadbury Eggs seem to appear everywhere. But some of their bars are regularly found in grocery stores, as well, such as the Roast Almond Milk Chocolate Bar. Other Cadbury bars that tend to appear at the grocery are the Fruit & Nut Milk Chocolate Bar (probably their most popular) and their Milk Chocolate Bar. All of these are part of their Dairy Milk Chocolate line. It’s interesting to note, also, that in the U.S., Hershey’s website mentions that Hershey’s is licensed to make Cadbury products.
Hershey’s & Cadbury With Almonds Comparison
And indeed, many people are familiar with the Hershey Milk Chocolate With Almonds bar, so that’s actually a good comparison point to the Cadbury Roast Almond Milk Chocolate Bar. First, as far as the chocolate itself, the Cadbury bar is much richer—not a richness like dark chocolate but a richness that makes one think there must be more milk in the bar (whether that’s true or not). The consistency of the chocolate is just creamier and smoother than a Hershey’s, as well.
In addition, the almonds are much smaller than in the Hershey bar. In the Hershey bar, there are basically whole almonds which are something very close to whole pieces; in the Cadbury bar, the almonds are very subtle, just enough to add a little crunchiness in certain areas. It’s definitely not a bar for someone who absolutely must have peanuts in their chocolate in an obvious manner.
Still, if you have never tried Cadbury and like smooth milk chocolate, any of the milk chocolate Cadbury bars such as this one are worth a try. Some people prefer these over Hershey bars, and Cadbury has a good following, as well, among chocolate-lovers.