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Cadbury's Sweet Endings

Cadbury Dairy Milk knows all about sweet endings. This smooth and creamy bar of chocolatey goodness is something that you will savor up to the last bite and enjoy each bite- sweet ending indeed. The smooth and creamy taste is a perfect sweet ending to any meal, nightcap or gimik with friends. Enjoying a bar of Cadbury is la dolce vita.


Last August 15, 2014, Cadbury Dairy Milk gave diners at Mercato Centrale at The Fort a sweet, sweet surprise #CadburySweetEndings. Aside from the creamiest tasting chocolate, the diners were treated to a sweet seranade by Barbie Almalbis.


And not only that, there's another sweet surprise for everyone in Mercato Centrale that night. Music icon Ely Buendia took centerstage and and gave a rousing rock performance with his rock band, Pupil.


Of course, swaying to the sweet intoxicating music is definitely a #CadburySweetEndingds.




For details and other offerings, visit Cadbury Dairy Milk Philippines FB Page and Instagram- @caburyPHL. Enjoy eating smooth and creamy chocolate and sweet endings with Cadbury Dairy Milk!


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