Cadbury to launch Dairy Milk orange chocolate fingers and giant buttons - here's where to buy them

Chocolate fans can look forward to trying Cadbury Diary Milk orange chocolate fingers and giant buttons.

Published 20th Aug 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

After the news that the orange Twirl was back, Cadbury are set to launch Dairy Milk orange chocolate fingers and giant buttons soon.

The zesty flavour proved to be a hit among chocolate lovers when an orange Twirl was launched as a limited edition product last September, leaving many unable to track one down.

Boxes of the bars were even being sold for hundreds of pounds on eBay, as shoppers struggled to get their hands on the treat in stores.

But those who were left disappointed last year will have a better chance of finding the orange flavour this time around, as Cadbury is launching an official pre-sale before the treats even reach the shops.

The popularity of this flavour combination has lead to to more Cadbury favourites being released as chocolate orange - giant buttons and chocolate fingers.

Where to buy the orange giant buttons and chocolate fingers

Chocolate fans can pick up the new flavours from mid August in One Stop stores but for those keen to try them now, head to your nearest Londis and Budgens shops.

The orange chocolate fingers and giant buttons will also be available in Tesco stores from September.

Speaking of the additions, a spokesperson for Cadbury said: "“It’s true! For the first time ever, our fans can now enjoy Cadbury Dairy Milk orange giant buttons and Cadbury Dairy Milk orange fingers.

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The new range is currently available in Londis and Budgens stores. The range will be available in One Stop stores from mid-August and in Tesco from September. Watch this space for more information as we get closer to the launch.”

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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