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Bubble Chocolate

Bubble Chocolate has been officially launched at the All Candy Expo this week. What is Bubble Chocolate? Bubble Chocolate is “Bubbles Wrapped in Chocolate”. It offers “Just the right amount of chocolate” in three flavors – milk, dark, and coffee. Other countries have products like the Aero Bar, the Wispa, and Mirage, but this is the first aerated chocolate to be marketed in the USA.

  • Bubbly 60% Dark goes with the trend in high percentage cacao solids, offering rich bites of snappy deep dark chocolate, with smooth after-flavor resonance.
  • Bubbly Milk Chocolate is made with cocoa butter, milk powder, cocoa mass and lecithin to give just the right Bubbly combination and soft milk flavor appealing to youngsters, adults alike.
  • Bubbly Coffee Milk Chocolate, filled with coffee and coffee flavor, perks with a sophisticated taste and aerated texture.

The bars are 2.82-ounces (80 grams) per bar, each serving (3 per bar) contains “Just the right amount of chocolate.” Bubble Chocolate will be available nationwide at all major retailers in the USA and Canada Summer 2006, at a suggested retail price of $1.99 – $2.49. Their website doesn’t yet list at what stores the Bubble Chocolate will be available, so be on the lookout soon (or check their website later).

Our buddy, Cybele, got to try Bubble Chocolate at the show and had this to say:

The cocoa content on the dark chocolate is satisfyingly high and of course the aeration gives it a light texture that allows the flavors to come through. There’s even a coffee version that I think might be my favorite.
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Sounds good to me!

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4 Responses to “Bubble Chocolate”

  1. 1
    Idiot World says:

    Bubble Chocolate

  2. 2
    Rylan says:

    uhh… Wasn’t Aero in the US long before that? Or is Aero just Canada and England?

    RESPONSE: From what I have figured out, Aero is mainly non-US, English-speaking countries (Canada, England, Australia, etc.), but you can find Aero in the US, but the Aero is not marketed (you don’t see commericals for it or ads for it anywhere) in the US. I could be wrong though – feel free to correct me :)

  3. 3
    Moko says:

    On a trip to South African I tried a Nestle Peppermint Crisp, which was very similar to an Aero bar, but with a bizarre minty green center. They had no Aero bars, though. Apparently each Anglophone market is only big enough for one air-filled chocolate bar. : )

    Btw, if you go on the Cadbury Schweppes site you can actually search which candy bars are available in each country.

    (P.S. To Brian–thanks for your Mars tip the other day!)

  4. 4
    Nicole says:

    Is Bubble Chocolate like Choc – O – Lite?

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