As of Wednesday there will be three new flavours of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate

Are you a Fruit and Nut fan or a caramel connoisseur when it comes to Dairy Milk chocolate?

There might just be a new contender on the block for your eating pleasure, as Cadbury have announced the three finalists for their Inventor 2020 competition.

Earlier in the year, chocolate lovers were asked to submit their ideas for new flavours of Dairy Milk, and three of the top ones have now been announced.

These three flavours will go on sale in Tesco as of Wednesday Wednesday 8 July before launching in participating supermarkets nationwide on 22 July.

Members of the public will then be able to vote for their favourite, which will become a permanent fixture on the shelves.

Let’s see the new Dairy Milk bars on offer, shall we?

Gillian’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Coconutty

Gillian is 36, and is a Liverpool FC fan from Northern Ireland.

Her bar is inspired by her children’s love of fresh coconut, and includes milk chocolate with coconut crumble, studded with smooth white crisp pearls. 

Gillian said ‘My children and I are big fans of white chocolate and coconut. After realising there aren’t that many white chocolate options in chocolate bars, the combination of coconut and white chocolate was formed to appeal to fresh coconut lovers who are dreaming of a tropical paradise this summer!’

Shannon’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Crunchy Honeycomb

Shannon, 19-year-old student from Nottingham, combined her favourite flavours for this crunchy bar.

Shannon’s bar combines milk chocolate, golden crunchy honeycomb pieces with tasty caramel flavoured fudge, and chopped hazelnuts to add an even more crunch.

Taylor’s Cadbury Dairy Milk Out of the Blueberry

Taylor, 24-year-old mother of two from Leeds, says she created Out of the Bluberry because of her son’s love and obsession for blueberries.

Taylor’s bar consists of milk chocolate with juicy blueberry flavoured nuggets and white crisp pearls. 

Taylor said ‘My eldest son is completely obsessed with blueberries and white chocolate – his love of the two inspired me to create the Out of the Blueberry bar. The blend of sweet white chocolate and mouth-watering blueberries complement the milk chocolate to make a yummy snack for all to enjoy.’

Try them out from next week, and cast your vote for your favourite on until 6 September.

Each will cost from £1 (at Tesco on promotion, £1.49 RRP) for a 105g bar.

The winner will be crowned the nation’s favourite and become the latest addition to the iconic Cadbury Dairy Milk range for good, so the stakes are high.

And if you don’t think any of these flavours are worth your votes you can put your own hat into the ring for 2021 here.

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