I am very upset and sadly because i can't find my fav Cadbury's Spira...
Posted on January 24, 2006
i believe it was dropped due to "dipped" being added to the Cadburys Flake range ;-)
keep and eye out for these as they are basically the same bar (albeit single finger rather)
Hope this helps
Posted by: Aaron on August 20, 2006
Ditto. I used to love Spira and sometimes I'd suck tea up through the little tiny hole in the middle you sometimes got in the sticks. Ahh... memories.
Posted by: Nisha Patel on August 20, 2006
The post office in my village still has Spira.
Posted by: Cath, Aberystwyth on September 3, 2006
just wondering where this post office is.Im currently living in liverpool but am willing to travel for the SPIRA'S.please help me, nothing else compares!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by: dominic jones on October 22, 2006
Spira's do seem to pop up in remote village Post Offices, probably old stock! I can't really see the resemblence to Flake dipped, they're a different texture-not so crumbly and creamy, but still nice! Reference to using the sticks to suck up tea, I used to like to dip a Wispa into tea, it would suck it up like a sponge! Where have they gone?
Talking of delicious Cadbury's choc, does anyone know whatever happened to Top Deck? A 100g bar of Dairy Milk with a layer of white choc on top?!
Posted by: Caron on October 30, 2006
Spira's had a 'cross section' resembling a six-spoke wheel, if I recall?
Posted by: Dan on November 9, 2006
Caron you mentioned Wispa, I remember thm and I wish they would bring them back. Havn't seen them for years......Does anyone know of anywhere they are still sold? Please help, my 15 year old son thinks I'm mad talking about old sweets.
Posted by: Tracy on January 28, 2007
Petition to bring back Spira (and wispa)
Posted by: Frazer on June 8, 2007