Correct. Daily Milk Turkish didn't replace Fry's Turkish Delight, unlike Bubbly replacing Wispa, which was later reverted. Caramel was just a name change.
A change of outfit, you mean.
Although since then they have reverted back to larger Caramel branding.
Wispa was actually retired by Cadbury a long while before Cadbury Dairy Milk Bubbly was launched and was a completely separate brand.
A Wispa doesn't use the Dairy Milk recipe at all, it's the same recipe that is used for Flake, Double Decker etc.
Both Wispa and Cadbury Dairy Milk Bubbly are still available at retailers.
Cadbury Ireland however have recently upset Irish residents by rebranding the Cadbury Moro to Cadbury Boost. Although both the same bars, Moro was a bigger brand in Ireland as Cadbury Dairy Milk Tiffin, Mint Crisp and Caramello are.
Cadbury Ireland actually use milk in their recipe for bars made in Dublin, whereas Cadbury UK use milk powder in there's and they aren't shy of telling people. The glass-and-a-half of Milk in every bar slogan has long gone in the UK but is still widely used on adverts in Ireland.
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