All posts tagged: Cadbury’s

RECIPE: Creme Egg cake by Georgia’s Cakes

I tried, believe me, I tried. There was just no way it was going to work out. To be fair, if I wanted to show off any delicate presentation skills I posses, I definitely chose the wrong cake to make. Enter, the best Easter recipe you’ll ever find – the most incredibly delectable, decadent, gooey and sweet concoction that is the Cadbury Creme Egg cheese cake. If you don’t have a set of sweet teeth on you, I suggest you look away now… I have to be honest, as a kid I stayed as far away from Creme Egg as I could. Do you ever look back at your child self and wish you could have nicely knocked some sense into them? I do. Not only because I never used to eat, well, much at all, but mainly because I wasted years avoiding these egg shaped chocolate goods like the plague. Fast forward (a lot of) years and now I can’t get enough of them. Every year I wait with anticipation until I see them …

Cadbury Dairy Milk Enhance Chocolate Experience

What Mindlab released a report finding that sound dimensions – amplitude, frequency, volume and pitch – can significantly enhance the perception of taste. Inspired by these results, Cadbury Dairy Milk teamed up with London Contemporary Orchestra to develop its first ever music album “The Sound of Flavourites”. The tracks have been specifically designed to enhance the eating experience of the nine Cadbury Dairy Milk flavours. Where On the tube, at your desk, on your sofa…..wherever tickles your fancy. Experience Being a natural sceptic, I was a little hesitant about the validity of the report. Can sound really improve the taste? Then I realised I was tasked to eat a variety of Cadbury’s chocolate while listening to music. Who am I to question neuroscience? I took part in my own little experiment with some friends in the office. Funnily enough, they were all eager to get started. The line-up: Cadbury Dairy Milk Oreo, Rocky Mallow Road and Daim. Next, we went to the Spotify list to sample the sounds. Track 2 ‘Daimond City’ accompanied Daim. This …