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Cadbury's Dream bars are making a comeback

Cadbury's Dream bars are making a comeback

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In times of trouble, it can be really soothing to cling to the past, and I don't know about you, but there's nothing more reassuring  than chocolate.

Back in the day, there was no chocolate more soothing and indulgent than Dream from Cadbury, which was like a Dairy Milk without all that pesky cacao nonsense. But one day, suddenly, tragically, Cadbury discontinued them, and we were left to dejectedly chomp on Milkybar. Which - let's be honest - is a far cry from what we had hoped for.

Since then, we've been going through white chocolate after white chocolate, desperately hoping for this nightmare to turn back into a Dream once again, but it was to no avail. Until now.

Sanza (a South African company, not the Queen of the North), are now selling the white chocolate bars once again, and shipping them all out over the world. How did they get their hands on so many Dreams? How much do they have? Do they have a supply? Who knows, and honestly, as long as I can shove delicious Dreams into my mouth, who cares?

But there's a catch, folks, they're a little bit more expensive than you might remember. For a 200g bar (ie. just enough to make things interesting), you're going to be paying around five pounds. And we used to complain about the price of Freddos. There's another option which is bit more affordable, but a lot more bitesize too; we're talking around £1.80 for a 50g bar, which is better, but... still quite a fair bit.

In any case, it's fair to say that Sanza will be making a pretty penny from the return of Dream. So, what are you waiting for? Go to Sanza now, and get yourself a Dream.

What, are you going to have a Milkybar instead? Not likely.

This article originally appeared on vt.co