This was almost an adult chocolate to me, for a start it was plain chocolate and it just looked so up market too, I suppose it has a little to do with being around since 1866, and the world that our great grand parents would have lived in.
The sweet fondant inside was good enough for me, and I also liked the variations that came out on the fillings like Strawberry, Orange and peppermint.
“Scene: A railway platform. A man is saying ’bye to his lady friend through the train window.
Man: Daphne – here’s something for the journey.
Daphne: Fry’s Chocolate Cream! You remembered!
Man: It will always remind me of you … slim, dark, sophisticated … yet, underneath it all … a soft heart … and a sweetness that will hold me all my life.
Daphne: If only you’d told me before!
[The train doors slam and Daphne is shown seated … reading a magazine. The carriage door opens…Man: Can we start all over again?
Voice-over: Fry’s Chocolate Cream … the bitter-sweet experience!”