Unless you're lucky enough to shop at a grocery that carries international candy, you may only know Cadbury, the UK chocolatier conglomerate, just for their Easter eggs. Next time you're passing through an airport, be sure to check for these creamy chocolates!Although Cadbury is no secret (Kraft purchased the company in 2010 and the duo are officially the world's largest confectionary company), their chocolates still aren't widely available in the US. Across the pond they sell an impressive variety of chocolates, from caramel to mint, in different textures and styles. Start with Cadbury's Dairy Milk line, a selection of milk chocolate far creamier than Hershey's or Dove. Keep an eye out for special Cadbury varieties like Flake and Aero bars. They might not be the highest end chocolates available through duty-free, but just like most souvenirs, you'll appreciate them much more once you're home.
What's your favorite Cadbury chocolate?
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