Cadbury Dairy Milk’s Marvellous Creations Chocolate + Giveaway

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Cadbury Dairy Milk is a household name. People around me know that I have a sweet tooth, and I love (in a head-over-heels-kind-of-way) chocolates. Cadbury chocolate is my best friend and I always make sure to stock up my fridge with my favourite original milk chocolate flavour and Cadbury Dairy Milk Hazelnut.

Being a big fan of Cadbury chocolate, imagine my happiness when they approached me to be an ambassador for Cadbury Dairy Milk’s new Marvellous Creations.

For a start, let me tell you more about the Marvellous Creations from Cadbury Dairy Milk. Unlike the usual Cadbury chocolates that come with nuts, the Marvellous Creations are filled with the wackiest possible ingredients: Jelly Crunchie Bits, Jelly Popping Candy Beanies, and Peanut Toffee Cookie. We are very lucky that Singapore is the second country in the world (after Australia) to have the Marvellous Creations. Trust me on this. You need to get them and try it for yourself.

Cadbury Blogger Party

[ Giveaway ] We will be giving away 5 hampers of Marvellous Creations – worth S$50 each. All you need to do is to answer a simple question (read more information below) and leave a comment.  Also, at the end of this post, I will also be sharing how you can charter the Joyrider – an awesome Cadbury bus – for an hour of partying with your friends.

Marvellous Party

Last weekend, we spent a fun-filled afternoon with other bloggers at The Most Marvellous Bloggers’ Party. We had chocolates, lots of fun, and more chocolates. It felt like we were in Joyville – a place populated by the happiest, most eccentric, and most fun people you have ever met; a world of vast lakes of molten Cadbury Dairy Milk; and network of purple pipelines full of chocolate. Everyone was buzzing with excitement and high on Cadbury Marvellous Creations chocolates.

Cadbury Marvellous

Joyville

I love the concept of Joyville. I love how Cadbury not only makes chocolate, but also brings joy into our everyday lives. Some of the campaigns – a Cadbury Joyville train, Joyville’s magnificent chocolate fountain in a shopping mall, and dropping chocolates in parachutes from the sky – that they have done are really brilliant, and I hope so much that this surprise will come to us in Singapore one day.

Chocolate tasting

Blind Tasting

There is a blind tasting booth where guests get to try out different Cadbury chocolates.

Party

Band

Awesome live band playing throughout the event.

Snacks

Joyville party

Magician

Magician performing tricks.

Cadbury Props

Photo Booth

Blogger

Jelly Crunchie Bits

Anyway, back to the Marvellous Creations. The flavour that I am representing is the Jelly Crunchie Bits (available in 300g block and 50g bar). Filled with real jelly bits and little crunchie pieces, and coated with creamy Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate, every mouthful is a symphony of flavour and texture. The contrast is simply marvellous. I hope you will like it as much as I do.

Jelly Popping Candy Beanies

Peanut Toffee Cookie

If you are also a fan of Cadbury Dairy Milk, like their facebook page, and follow them on instagram and twitter for more updates.

Joyrider

As mentioned earlier, you can charter the Joyrider for your party or girls’ nights out for an hour with a minimum spend of SGD20 of Cadbury chocolates. Visit www.joyrider.sg for more information.

Marvellous Creations

How to enter ladyironchef Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Giveaway


1. Giving away 5 Marvellous Creations Hamper – worth S$50 each.

2. Leave a comment and tell us your favourite Cadbury chocolate and why.

3. A random generator will be used, everyone has an equal chance of winning.

4. Giveaway ends on 22 April 2013 2359. Winners will be notified by email.

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