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I'm very partial to a square or three of Rum & Raisen Ritter Sport - unlike what passes for Old Jamaica now it actually tastes of rum - however it's not a chocolate you could eat every day, it's more for special occasions like Toffifee or ferrera roche. So for a regular weekday chocolate bar a twirl is good (less messy than a flake but still with that "luxurious" texture and get this- 2 (two!) Fingers AND its Cadbury chocolate) but best?actual best??? No, I can't have that kind of responsibility,I've just finished jury service, I can't take the pressure any more.

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I've gone off them.

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13 minutes ago, Maverick said:

Kitkat Chunky Peanut Butters are pretty special.

That's actually a nomination worthy of consideration. Though it might just be a comparative trick of the mind considering you posted it next to Merzbow advocating Bournville of all things. The original and very much not the best.

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Boost is best. Chocolate, biscuit, caramel. A bit more substantial that your standard choccy bar but not as heavy as a Snickers. Beautiful. I noticed that there's a high protein version out now which is perfect if you want to pretend to be healthy whilst getting your chocolate fix. Winner!

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Special mention to 'airport chocolate specialists', Daim and Toblerone. Both are absolutely delicious but we forget they exist until we're trying to buy cheap booze and after shave (which isn't actually cheap) in Palma and spunk the leftover euros in bags of miniatures instead.

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There's just something about the double decker that ticks all the boxes. Although these have been a regular staple in my work diet since they recently resurfaced in Home Bargains

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The twix top. If you know, you know. They only sell them as singles, my cupboard is full of them. 

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Got a lot of time for this.

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Milka's caramel bar is splendid as well. Milka is always good chocolate.

I also love a bag of Montezuma's chocolate buttons, can do a bag of them in one sitting. And the new Maltesers buttons, for that matter.

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2 hours ago, Merzbow said:

It's Bournville, no fucking about with gimmicks, just a simple slab of dark chocolate.

I feel sorry for your wife.

@Gus Mears is of course correct, Double Deckers are the ultimate chocolate bar.  A Boost runs a close second, there's something luxurious about that soft biscuit base.

EDIT: something's gone wrong with Milka chocolate recently - I had a bar over the summer, and it was a bit like the newer Cadbury's chocolate - too oily.

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