Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory - Charlie Finds A Golden Ticket (1971)

Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory - Charlie Finds A Golden Ticket (1971)


Wonka Bar, seen in the film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. This is also the first real-life Wonka Bar wrapper design

The Wonka Bar is both a fictional and real bar of chocolate from Nestlé' Wonka Candy Company. In the Wonka franchise consisting of the novels and the films, the Wonka Bar is the creamiest and sweetest candy bar in the world. In the real world, Nestlé's Wonka Bar has met with mostly positive reception.

Not much is known about how the Wonka Bars are made in the novels, except that the chocolate is mixed by waterfall in the Chocolate Waterfall in The Chocolate Room. The chocolate, as with all chocolate, comes from the cacao bean and has milk and sugar added.

List of FlavorsEdit

In the book, there are said to be more than 200 kinds of Wonka Bars each creamier and more delicious than any other.

Originating from the BookEdit

Original Real-Life Wonka Bars which is seen in the 1971 Film Edit

Seen in the 2005 Film Edit

  • Whipple-Scrumptious Fudge-Mallow Delight
  • Nutty Crunch Surprise
  • Triple Dazzle Caramel
  • Chilly Chocolate Creme

Nestlé's Wonka Candy CompanyEdit

  • Milk Chocolate with Graham Cracker (defunct)
  • Wonkalate (defunct)
  • Xploders (defunct)

Wonka Exceptionals (defunct)Edit

  • Chocolate Waterfall
  • Domed Dark Chocolate
  • Scrumdiddlyumptious
  • Fantabulous Fudge
  • Triple Dazzle Caramel

UK ExclusiveEdit

Wonka Chocolate BlocksEdit

The Wonka Chocolate Blocks are an Australia exclusive selection.


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