‘Twin Peaks’ bars bear a striking resemblance to the classic Swiss chocolate A UK company is capitalizing on the near-disastrous redesign of the classic Toblerone bar by making an homage to the old version, much to the chagrin of the company that popularized the ridged Swiss chocolate treat.
Over the summer, British discount grocery chain Poundland created Twin Peaks, a Toblerone copycat with a gold wrapper, red lettering, and bar that mimicked the old, chunkier design of the candy.
British fans of Toblerone chocolate have slammed a cost-cutting move to space out the distinctive jagged peaks on versions of the Swiss treat sold in the UK. ||| Zurich - British fans of Toblerone chocolate bars have bared their swe...
More valleys, fewer chocolate peaks: The maker of Toblerone Swiss chocolate says it's widened the spaces in its iconic, triangle-array bars for some discount shops in Britain to keep prices down. Mondelez International says the move...
The maker of the Swiss chocolate has shrunk and reconfigured two milk-chocolate versions, with narrower triangles and a wider gap between peaks.
It's not that I'm a Toblerone purist—I like new versions of classic candy bars and I will always give salted chocolate a try—but this bar definitely didn't live up the expectations I have for those beloved pyramids of chocolate.