Spam has been a favourite of the British since the 1940's and is great for sandwiches, fritters and salads. Spam is sold in 41 countries and is very popular in a variety of cultures and is perfect served hot or cold.
First off, a quick explanation: Daim Bar was originally called Dajm bar when launched in its native Sweden in the 1950s, and was renamed Dime bar for the British market until 2005! It's now known universally as Daim. Phew.
The Nestle Rolo is undoubtedly a genuine British confectionary classic. As we all know, a tube of Rolos contains various milk chocolates that are cylindrical (and slightly tapered) in shape and filled with a soft caramel centre.
The Rolo is a somewhat traditional confectionary item, which holds its place in the hearts of all British sweet lovers. These chewy caramel chocolates blend the perfect combination of chocolate and caramel.
The Mars Topic is one of those somewhat elusive chocolate bars that never quite received the general acceptance of its bigger brothers - the likes of Mars and Snickers. Despite this, the Topic does have its loyal followers.
The Twix bar was first introduced in 1967, and from then on it evolved into the internationally accepted chocolate masterpiece that it is today. One of the great things about the Twix is that you always get two!