Cadbury is offering a spin on two of Australia’s most iconic chocolate bars with the launch of its Cherry Ripe and Picnic Layers. 

Building on the classic flavours, the Layers range sticks true to its name, containing three sweet rich layers which are encased in a chocolate shell. 

“We know how much Australians loves Cadbury chocolate and we’re excited to introduce Cadbury Cherry Ripe and Picnic Layers, a new range of decadent chocolate bars inspired by the classic flavours we all love, taken to another level of indulgence,” said Cadbury vice president and marketing ANZ Paul Chatfield. 

Picnic Layers contains the bar’s classic crunchy peanut pieces, topped with layers of gooey caramel and soft peanut flavoured crème which is cased with Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate. 

Maintaining its original juicy flavour and the Cherry Ripe flavoured jelly, the Layer’s version includes coconut flavoured crème and coconut pieces which are encased in an Old Gold dark chocolate shell. 

Cadbury Cherry Ripe Layers and Picnic Layers are available at supermarkets and independent retailers for RRP $2.00.

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