One confectionery company may have just simultaneously become the most envied and most loved brand on the planet, having created a bar that goes beyond the realm of delicious.
U.K. candy maker Cadbury has invented a ridiculously flavorful chocolate bar called "Cadbury Dairy Milk Spectacular 7," a limited-edition product that contains seven rows that each have a different kind of Cadbury's chocolate.
With the help of food artist Prudence Staite, Cadbury's crazy chocolate construction will be made up of the flavors: caramel, fruit & nut, Turkish Delight, whole nut, Oreo, Daim bar and the beloved original Cadbury Dairy Milk.
Of course, with every delicious concoction, there almost always is a catch. Cadbury has only made 50 of these chocolate bars, so they won't be on the shelves available to the U.K. public, but through an online competition instead.
Guaranteed to "tickle taste buds," individuals will have to look out for a post about the Spectacular 7 on Cadbury U.K.'s Twitter page and then retweet as soon as they find it.
As it's only for U.K. residents, this is another blow to U.S. citizens, who were outraged this winter when Hershey's successfully banned Cadbury products made in the U.K. from being imported into the U.S.
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Cadbury says that the Spectacular 7 is the "ultimate sharing bar for chocolate lovers everywhere," however it's likely the lucky few won't want anyone else's mitts on the precious confection.
However, the company is sticking to its guns that this is for "sharing," with recent research showing that out of the 2,000 adults interviewed, Brits are more inclined to try new flavors, through recommendations by those near and dear to them, including 36 percent saying from their partners and 24 percent saying friends.
Matthew Williams, marketing director for Cadbury, said in a statement that it's the company's first chocolate product to contain seven flavors.
"We know our fans love the variety and taste in the range, so we've created the ultimate celebration of the magnificently delicious Cadbury Dairy Milk flavors," Williams said.
So if you aren't one of the lucky few, Cadbury still has other wacky concoctions available, having rolled out its "Marvellous Creations" product line back in 2012.
It's initial chocolate combinations included "jelly popping candy beans," and "peanut toffee cookie"; but has gone on to make "cola pretzel honeycomb" and even ice cream tubs with salted caramel with sour cherry.