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New Zealand’s first Cadbury chocolate cafe opens

27 February 2014

New Zealand’s first Cadbury chocolate cafe opens

Cadbury opened its first chocolate café today as part of Dunedin’s Cadbury World. The idea behind the opening is to bring the magic back into the café experience and let patrons use Cadbury products to design their own creations.

Customising cupcakes by creating unique toppings, piping marshmallows onto hot drinks, injecting popping candy into profiteroles and deconstructing king size Cadbury blocks into ice cream. Hungry yet? The options are endless…. making Caramello hot chocolates, trying duck sliders with a Jaffa sauce and injecting warm Cadbury Dairy Milk into freshly baked brioches.

Cadbury New Zealand Managing Director, Alastair de Raadt is thrilled with the launch of Cadbury’s first chocolate café.

“Cadbury World invites over 115,000 visitors each year to ignite every one of their senses. The Cadbury World Café takes it a step further and encourages people to explore our products with great food, specialty hot chocolates and the special roast blend unique to Cadbury World’s Coffee. Not only can people enjoy the magic of the new café, where chocolate really does come to life, but it also provides another great tourism offering for Dunedin,” said Alastair.

The experience is not just for Cadbury World visitors, the café is open to everyone.

Feed your imagination at the Cadbury World Dunedin Cafe… with a little bit of fun and a good dollop of Cadbury chocolate thrown in for good measure!

ENDS

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