One of the most well known Cadbury chocolate bars is the Flake. The flake is commonly used (among other uses) in ice creams where it stuck in the top .

However, as a "general" chocolate bar that you would buy on its own simply to consume, the flake has a major drawback. As the name suggests, it flakes. Its hard to eat a flake without it crumbling to pieces in your hand.

From this comes the Twirl. The inside of the Twirl is much like a Flake, but it is encased in a protective outer shell of chocolate. With Twirl, you get all the benefits of a chocolate bar that is half air, without the disadvantages of a chocolate bar that falls to bits in your hands. It comes in a purple wrapper, usually containing two sticks of chocolate.

Nutritional Information:
Per Finger:
Energy: 480kJ/115kcal
Protein: 1.8g
Carbohydrate: 12.3g
Fat: 6.6g

Per 100g:
Energy: 2195kJ/525kcal
Protein: 8.1g
Carbohydrate: 559g
Fat: 30.1g

Twirl (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Twirled (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Twirling.] [Cf. AS. þwiril a churn staff, a stirrer, flail, þweran, aþweran, to agitate, twirl, G. zwirlen, quirlen, to twirl, to turn round or about, quirl a twirling stick, OHG. dweran to twirl, stir. Cf. Trowel.]

To move or turn round rapidly; to whirl round; to move and turn rapidly with the fingers.

See ruddy maids, Some taught with dexterous hand to twirl the wheel. Dodsley.

No more beneath soft eve's consenting star Fandango twirls his jocund castanet. Byron.

 

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Twirl, v. i.

To revolve with velocity; to be whirled round rapidly.

 

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Twirl, n.

1.

The act of twirling; a rapid circular motion; a whirl or whirling; quick rotation.

2.

A twist; a convolution.

Woodward.

 

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