Chocolate Bar World Cup Preview – and first playoff
Thanks to sterling world-wide scouting by @captain_doodle we have 29 potential entrants for the forthcoming Chocbar World Cup. In this mixed up, muddled up, shook up world there are millions of chocolate products, so we have had to establish the following qualifying criteria (otherwise we’d have entrants like this Lemon Meringue chocolate bar) – the bar must be a bar, and it must be fairly well-known
Use these as a talking point – which have we missed? And which shouldn’t be here?
1) Aero, 2) Wispa, 3) KitKat, 4) Milk Chocolate (e.g. Dairy Milk, Yorkie), 5) Ripple, 6) Plain Chocolate (e.g. Bournville), 7) Crunchie, 8) Snickers which should be Marathon, 9) Twirl, 10) Twix, 11) Mars, 12) Caramel, 13) Toblerone, 14) Flake, 15) Double Decker, 16) Time Out, 17) Milky Bar, 18) Lion Bar, 19) Boost, 20) Toffee Crisp, 21) Picnic, 22) Bounty, 23) Milky Way, 24) Terry’s Chocolate Orange bar, 25) Drifter, 26) Creme egg bar, 27) Topic, 28) Curly Wurly, 29) Hersheys
Being perceptive, you will immediately see that the list is three short of the required number of 32 entrants. I hope you’ll be able to fill those places, and we shall also have playoffs for at least one of them. For example, I’ll allow one oddly flavoured chocolate bar into the finals. Here, right now, is the poll to decide which flavour that will be. VOTE WISELY!
Disqualified for not being a bar: Maltesers, Rolo , Smarties, M&Ms, Minstrels, Munchies, Buttons, Aero Bubbles, Magic Stars, After Eights, Crispello.
Disqualified for being a horrible orange material that looks like it should be terrorising people in Dr. Who: Caramac.
Disqualified for being mostly a biscuit even though it’s gorgeous: them Disco bars from Aldi.