Chocolate lovers are in a frenzy over rumoured Cadbury Neapolitan blocks – so would you try it?

If the rumours are to be believed then chocolate lovers and ice cream fanatics alike are in for a seriously sweet treat when Cadbury releases their next family block.

Australians could soon see Neapolitan flavoured chocolate in the confectionery aisle, right alongside regular milk chocolate and Caramilk blocks. 

The rumour was started by the @foodfindsgeelong Instagram account, who also claimed in the same post that tropical Skittles and  Smith’s ‘Crispy Bacon’ chips were in the pipeline.

'I wonder what flavours they will have? Caramilk, milk chocolate and ruby chocolate?' one Cadbury fan guessed - pictured a Neapolitan block from New Zealand

‘I wonder what flavours they will have? Caramilk, milk chocolate and ruby chocolate?’ one Cadbury fan guessed – pictured a Neapolitan block from New Zealand

Chocolate lovers are torn as to how the chocolate block will look. Whether the three flavours will be layered on top of each other – similar to top deck or is there will be four rows of each flavour.

‘I wonder what flavours they will have? Caramilk, milk chocolate and ruby chocolate?’ one Cadbury fan guessed.

‘I hope it is regular milk chocolate and not chocolate ice cream flavour,’ another said. 

The Instagram account also revealed dark chocolate Maltesers were coming soon – and the product has already hit the shelves.

People have compared the chocolate to the single serve ‘Cadbury Triple Decker’ bars and the old Neapolitan chocolate blocks which used to be sold in New Zealand.

Chocolate lovers are torn as to how the chocolate block will look. Whether the three flavours will be layered on top of each other - similar to top deck or is there will be four rows of each flavour (stock image)

Chocolate lovers are torn as to how the chocolate block will look. Whether the three flavours will be layered on top of each other – similar to top deck or is there will be four rows of each flavour (stock image)

There are rumours Cadbury have a new chocolate in the pipeline, pictured is their Roast Almond bars

There are rumours Cadbury have a new chocolate in the pipeline, pictured is their Roast Almond bars

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Would you try a Neapolitan Cadbury block?

  • Yes 6 votes
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Some fans aren’t so easily convinced, with others even hoping the rumours aren’t true.

‘What a waste of good chocolate, they need to stop with these disaster mashup ideas,’ one person said.

‘That’s a good waster of two thirds of a block,’ another said. 

‘More flavoured junk to mask the fact cocoa yields are declining and it’s too expensive for Cadbury to make actual chocolate anymore. I don’t buy chocolate to taste like something entirely other to chocolate,’ said another.

Daily Mail Australia has approached Cadbury for comment.  

WHAT ARE THE CADBURY CHOCOLATE BLOCK FLAVOURS? 

Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate Old Jamaica Rum N Raisin 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Packed with Crunchie milk chocolate block 350g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk with Oreo milk chocolate block 162g

Cadbury Caramilk chocolate block 180g

Cadbury Dairy Milk Milk Chocolate 150g – 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Coconut Rough milk chocolate block 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramello milk chocolate block 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Marble chocolate block 173g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Snack milk chocolate block 180g  

Cadbury Dream white chocolate block 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Turkish Delight 180g 

 Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate Caramel 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut milk chocolate block 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramello 150g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Peppermint milk chocolate block 180g 

Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate Original 180g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk Roast Almond milk chocolate block 180g   

Cadbury Dairy Milk Top Deck milk chocolate block 180g

Cadbury Old Gold Dark Chocolate Peppermint 180g

Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut 150g 

Cadbury Dairy Milk S’mores milk chocolate block 170g   

Cadbury Dairy Milk Marvellous Creations Birthday Cake 190g   

 

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