The Cadbury Castle Built From 90,000 Dairy Milk Pebbles

castle-5776842Dieters look away – everybody else feast your eyes on Cadbury’s latest treat for the whole family; a ten foot-tall castle made from Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles.

The Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles Castle – on display at Cadbury World, in Bournville, between Friday 23 and Tuesday 27 August – has been built using over 90,000 individual Pebbles stuck together with around a quarter tonne of fondant icing and 20 kilos of icing sugar.

Weighing in at approximately half a tonne, or the equivalent of thirty one deckchairs, the castle stretches eight feet wide.

The castle took a painstaking 400 hours to build by hand and was situated at Brighton beach for one day before returning to Cadbury World.

Cadbury Dairy Milk Pebbles are the latest creation from Cadbury; colourful little pebble-shaped bites of Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate coated in a sugar shell.

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