The chocolate creativity and ingenuity of a South Roscommon student has received the ultimate accolade as his Cadbury Dairy Milk CHOCA-LATTE bar was revealed as the prestigious winning entry in the ‘Cadbury Inventor’ competition.
Dysart resident, Callum Clogher created Cadbury Dairy Milk CHOCA-LATTE off the back of his love for coffee and chocolate and was able to bring to life this unique bar working alongside the Cadbury Research and Development team in Bournville as Cadbury opened its doors to its fans for the first time. The winning bar consists of a delicious mix of coffee cream and vanilla sandwiched in between the smooth taste of Cadbury Dairy Milk.
The leaving certificate student’s invention will become the latest addition to join the iconic Cadbury Dairy Milk range after winning a public vote that put him head to head against two other finalists who were based in the UK. The intense and delicious winning flavour will now sit alongside iconic bars such as Caramel, Fruit and Nut and Whole Nut on supermarket shelves across Ireland and the UK.
“I am delighted to be the winner of the first Cadbury Inventor competition with my bar Choca-Latte! The whole experience has been brilliant, from visiting Bournville, seeing my bar in shops and even seeing my face on posters all around Ireland, it has been a completely surreal experience,” a positively ovberwhelmed Callum enthused.
For his ingenuity, Callum received a year’s supply of his choc-latte bar from Cadburys and a voucher for the sum of €1,000.
“We are very excited to reveal Callum as the winner of our first ever Cadbury Inventor Competition. His creation was both innovative and delicious and just goes to show what can be created when our fans go madbury for Cadbury,” Maighréad Lynch, Brand Manager at Cadbury, commented.