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Are Cadbury Easter eggs different to normal chocolate?

Are Cadbury Easter eggs different to normal chocolate?

“A chocolate egg has a different eat quality to a bar. The egg is spun so that the chocolate is thinner and so melts easily in the mouth releasing all of the cocoa notes.”

Why does Cadbury milk chocolate taste different?

According to Jennifer Earle, a UK-based chocolate consultant, Cadbury first combines the milk with sugar and then dehydrates it. This caramelised milk is then mixed with cocoa. Meanwhile, Hershey’s mixes the cocoa with sugar and then adds dehydrated milk. The resulting taste is “very different”, Earle says.

Is Cadbury Easter chocolate different?

News.com.au takes a look inside Cadbury’s chocolate factory in Melbourne, where 300 million easter eggs are made each year. The colour of the packet is the same, the brand on the packet is the same, but chocoholics have always had the lingering suspicion that’s what’s inside isn’t – actually – quite the same.

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Why are Cadbury eggs banned in the US?

Banned! Back in 2015, Cadbury products, including the iconic Creme Egg, were banned from being imported into the United States. It all started when Hershey Chocolate Corporation filed a lawsuit alleging that Cadbury copied an already existing Hershey chocolate egg recipe of theirs.

Why do some Cadbury Easter eggs taste different?

If the bar says “Cadbury Dairy Milk” and the Cadbury egg is made in the UK, it is the same chocolate. A thinner piece of chocolate is going to give a different physical sensation as it melts and this can lead to a different perceived taste.

Why does Cadbury taste different in Australia?

The main ingredients are from different sources, particularly milk and cocoa. The UK cocoa roasting, milling, pressing and cocoa butter process is different from that operated in Australia. Cadbury chocolate is based on crumb… where milk, sugar and cocoa liquor are combined, heated and dried.

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What does Cadbury dairy milk taste like?

The difference in taste between Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate on either side of the Atlantic has become one of the most contentious debates of our time. For chocolate enthusiasts from the UK, the American version tastes like chalk and cheese. For others (with muted taste buds, perhaps), there’s no real difference.

Why does Easter egg chocolate taste worse?

Why does Cadbury taste different in America?

The difference, Beckman explains, is that milk in chocolate in the US is measured in evaporated form, while milk in British chocolate is measured in its heavier liquid form. There is the same amount of milk in the US-made and British-made Cadbury bars.