Emma Young, a 51-year-old mother of two from Plymouth, Devon, was left in shock when she stumbled upon a Cadbury Dairy Milk bar that was almost 100 years old. Emma had been restoring her 1930s property when she decided to pull down the original floorboards in the bathroom. What she uncovered was not what she had expected.
At first glance, Emma thought she had found some trash, but upon closer inspection, she realized that she had uncovered a “lovely” rectangular cardboard sleeve with Cadbury’s unmistakable purple wrapper. Intrigued by her discovery, Emma decided to wipe the dust off the package and take a closer look. However, she was surprised to find that the package contained a chocolate bar that was almost 100 years old.
Not knowing what to do with the bar, Emma decided to contact Cadbury to learn more about her rare find. To her amazement, Cadbury confirmed that the chocolate bar had been manufactured between 1930 and 1934, making it almost a century old. Emma was stunned by the news and couldn’t believe that she had found such a rare and valuable piece of history hidden beneath her floorboards.
The discovery of the Dairy Milk bar has left Emma with many questions. Who had hidden the bar under the floorboards, and why? Was it a forgotten treat or a hidden treasure? Emma may never know the answers to these questions, but she is thrilled to have uncovered such a fascinating piece of history.
Emma’s discovery serves as a reminder that history can be found in the most unexpected places. It’s a testament to the longevity and enduring popularity of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk chocolate bar. Who knows how many other hidden treasures are waiting to be discovered? Emma’s story is a testament to the thrill of discovery and the excitement that comes with uncovering something truly special.