You can now buy your Caramilk in bulk - never fear running low again!

Get a box of the golden bars delivered to your door.

Caramilk has taken its fans on an emotional rollercoaster.

The popular chocolate bar was originally a permanent part of the Cadbury Australia range , but production suddenly ceased in 1994.

Then, in 2018, after a storming success in New Zealand, Caramilk returned to Aussie shelves.

It was so popular that people struggled to get their hands on some, and bars were even listed on eBay. But, unfortunately, again, nothing gold can stay. It was a limited edition offering.

Towards the end of last year, Caramilk returned once again.

This time, there were many complaints from those who love the rich caramelised squares, claiming that the flavour was different from previous years' stock.

Unfortunately, not long after it appeared it was gone from supermarkets.


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But worry not - if you've been left repeatedly heartbroken by the unreliability of Caramilk stocks, Cadburys is providing you with a safety net.

To mark the return of Caramilk to shelves this week, the chocolate giant is offering bulk packs of the caramelised squares, so never need to worry about running out.

You'll have Caramilk 'til Christmas with these limited-edition Caramilk Lovers boxes of  50 bars. To make it even easier for you, your industrial amount of golden blocks are delivered right to your front door.

“To celebrate the return of the beloved block, we’ve made a Caramilk Lover’s Pack available exclusively online," said Cadburys.

"For those serious about their love for Caramilk, now you can get 50 blocks of Cadbury Caramilk, delivered straight to your door!”


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So, where can you get your hands on this dream package? You can headover to the official Cadbury online store and quickly order one of these limited-edition beauties.

A pack of 50 will set you back $250.

It might be a large sum to spend on chocolate, but it's a small amount for peace of mind, right?

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