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It is the Double Decker, which must surely rank somewhere near the wheel in terms of brilliant inventions. I've just picked up the attached four pack and am about to head down to Decker town. It has it all; chocolate, marshmallow and that crunchy stuff. A masterpiece.

I would still like to hear alternative opinions and then explain why they are wrong.

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I've gone off them.

The best thing to freeze is water in little trays. It turns into ice cubes and you can put it in your cold drink. If you are freezing any sort of sweets or chocolate that doesn't normally belong in a

You would get perfect overlap between Dairy Milk voters and people who have only ever done it missionary.  I love Reese's, but anyone putting American chocolate anything in a best of chocolate co

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I'm still fuming after Richard Osman did that poll on Twitter and this country voted for Dairy Milk. A far more devastating result than Brexit, let's face it.

Also, it's Munchies.

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You would get perfect overlap between Dairy Milk voters and people who have only ever done it missionary. 

I love Reese's, but anyone putting American chocolate anything in a best of chocolate conversation needs help.

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Just now, Gus Mears said:

 

I love Reese's, but anyone putting American chocolate anything in a best of chocolate conversation needs help.

Understandable. But the sheer amazing-ness of the Peanut butter seems to sweeten up the Yank chocolate no end. It's unrecognisable. 

If not, I'll take a Drifter. 

 

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If we're allowing American imports, then it's Butterfinger. I love Reese's stuff, but that love developed from adoration for Butterfinger. Cadbury did their own version for a short while about 20 years ago, so I was chuffed when I realised during a trip to Florida in 2001 that these were the same. It's a shame that cost about £50 per bar in the American section of supermarkets.

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If we're going domestic, then it's Boost. Just a lovely combination of chocolate, biscuit, fondant filling and caramel. No nougat bollocks like Gus' Double Decker.

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On the Premium end of the spectrum, a large bar of Lindt Lindor wins.

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