Scrumdiddlyumptious is a fictional and real-life candy bar from Wonka.

The Scrumdiddlyumptious Bar used in the 1971 film


In the FilmEdit

The Scrumdiddlyumptious bar was first seen in the 1971 film, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. In the film, the shopkeeper was showing children this new kind of bar. Later in the film, Charlie found some money in the street and bought a Scrumdiddlyumptious before buying the Wonka bar with the Golden Ticket. The ingredients of this candy bar are unknown.

Real Edit

Scrumpdiddlyumptious became a real Wonka bar from the Nestle Wonka brand. It was released as one of the "Wonka Exceptionals," along with Chocolate Waterfall and Domed Dark Chocolate. It contains "scrumptious toffee, crispy cookie, and crunchy peanuts."

Scrumdiddlyumptious also comes in Scrumdiddlyumptious Chocolate Pieces, which are bite-sized Wonka Bars similar to the miniature Hershey's bars, such as Mr. Goodbar and Symphony.

The Secrets of The Bar Edit

Not many people know why it is so different than most other candy bars. It may be that each piece says the whole word, which would seem almost impossible, but it may also be that each piece has a part of the word. We will never know the secrets of the bar.

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