Aero: a bar of 'Bubbly', sold to the health conscious as a treat which doesn't over indulge. To others, well... It's less chocolate, for the same money? Similar to fine wine and air, mixed by slooshing over the tongue, Aero aficionados cite the oxygen-containing bubbles, as facilitator to the resulting chocolate rush. Best chocolate ever especially the mint it's very refreshing
British Sweets Christmas Gift Box. Packed with all types of your favourite British sweets, Cadbury Crunchie, Nestle Aero, Nestle Kit Kat, Fry's Turkish Delight, Jacob's Orange Club, Walker's Toffee, Flake, Fry's Chocolate Cream, Kinder Bueno, Maltesers, Rowntrees Fruit Pastilles, Barratt Refreshers, and a Fry's Peppermint cream bar. Each sweets box makes a fantastic gift for friends, family, or clients. Some items may be substituted due to seasonal availability.
British Sweeties-Revels: a cinema confection, these come in bags for sharing. A 'traditional'' range of flavours, rather than sophisticated. Orange cream, milky coffee, granite-hard toffee, raisin, a flat disk of chocolate (denuded Minstrel?) This was high-rolling in the Seventies. Perhaps the ambient cinema lighting contributed, but orange creams (insert your least favourite), like buses, often came in threes, right at the end of the bag.