You really should try and find an old fashioned sweet shop.
I'm doing a food tour in Delhi late on in my trip to India and was thinking about taking a few 'UK' sweets over for my guide to try.
Agree with finding an old fashioned sweet shop.
You can order 'retro' sweets online - a google search brings up a few sweetie websites.
I am asked to bring a BIG bar Of Cadburys Chocolate
There is something delicious about squares from those big bars that smaller bars, even if it is the same stuff, cannot match.
Thank you for mouthwatering childhood memory. I think, back then, it would have been half-pound bars.
BUT this year I am asked to bring a BIG bar Of Cadburys Chocolate, thats only for No 1 landlords , bro is diabetic, as are half of S India , but they stiii consume the choccies
Cadburys has a special place in the heart of many Indians.
Originally posted by: GolgharThey came in three sizes and cost 6 annas, 12 annas and 1 rupee 8 annas respectively. The last used to be called the "one-eight cad" and was the biggest treat a child in the 1950s could think of. There was plain milk chocolate, fruit and nuts and something in a red wrapper called "Bournville". I see it still exists: