True

Nestle Chocolate

Filters
Product Category
x
Quick Filter
x
Price Range (Reset)
0.25
1559.95
-
Apply Filter
Quick Filter
Milky Bar Cookie Bites 140g
4.95 4.95 4.95 AUD
Nestle Glacier 31% Couverture White Chocolate Buttons
14.95 14.95 14.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Docello Caramel Mousse Mix
12.95 12.95 12.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Docello Mixed Berry Mousse Mix
12.95 12.95 12.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Docello French Vanilla Mousse Mix
12.95 12.95 12.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Docello Chocolate Mousse Mix
12.95 12.95 12.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Baby Ruth 60g
2.50 2.50 2.5 AUD
Nestle Milky Bar 50g Bulk Box
47.95 47.95 47.95 AUD
Nestle Royal 46% Couverture Dark Chocolate Buttons
9.95 9.95 9.950000000000001 AUD
Nestle Assorted Miniatures 1.1kg
27.95 27.95 27.95 AUD
Nestle Kit Kat ( 17g bars x 50 pack )
20.95 20.95 20.95 AUD
Nestle Golden Rough 20g
0.85 0.85 0.85 AUD
Nestle Mint Pattie 20g
0.85 0.85 0.85 AUD
Nestle Smarties Bulk 1kg
15.50 15.50 15.5 AUD

Nestle is a giant in the food industry, a mega power responsible for some seriously awesome brands and scarily successful products. Milo, Nespresso, Lean Cuisine, San Pellegrino, just to name a few. But Candy Bar Sydney is much more interested in the quintessential lolly and chocolate classics that are still going strong years later, thanks to a superpower like Nestle taking the reigns. We're talking about the Golden Rough, the Mint Pattie, and of course, the Kit Kat. A bit of history about the Kit Kat, if you will. Originating in Great Britain, Rowntree's of York was responsible for creating the light wafer treat covered in milk chocolate. The thing that really made the Kit Kat (or the Rowntree's Chocolate Crisp, as it was originally branded) stand out were the fingers - easy for breaking off and sharing with friends, if you're so inclined. It was marketed as a portable snack that a discerning man could take with him to work in his backpack. This was back in first half of the 1900's. The name Kit Kat was inspired by the mutton pies known as Kit Kats, served as a snack in London's Kit Cat Club. Rowntree's trademarked the name, but didn't rename the wildly successful Chocolate Crisp until 1937. The rest, as they say, is history. The Kit Kat reached the land down under in the 1940's, and Australians went wild. Not to mention the rest of the world. Approximately one billion Kit Kats are consumed per year all around the world. At our Sydney candy store, we've got plenty of Pick n Mix Kit Kats in stock. May we now draw your attention to two quintessential Aussie chocolates, the Golden Rough and the Mint Patties. Who doesn't have delicious childhood memories of finding a Golden Rough in your lunchbox? Crunchy toasted coconut smothered in milk chocolate. The Mint Pattie is similarly tempting with its white and fresh chewy minty centre surrounded by dark chocolate. Get your fair share of Golden Roughs and Mint Patties from our Sydney candy factory and relive the golden days of old.

To install this Web App in your iPhone/iPad press and then Add to Home Screen.