Saw this trailer last night - a lot of product placement by American Airlines and Hilton Hotels in it, but it still looks good:
At the Clonmel Rowing Club [Flickr]
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Some say the US version, made at a plant in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, tastes sweeter than the stuff made in Bournville, Birmingham. Others detect a slightly more "grainy" texture. The US chocolate is a little darker and, say connoisseurs, a little bit more melt-resistant. For British expatriates or holidaymakers visiting the US, the difference is disconcertingly noticeable. Certain anglophile Americans, too, yearn for the British version, giving "real" Cadbury chocolate a cult following stateside.
"The British version just tastes a hell of a lot better," says John Jago-Ford, owner of the British Shoppe, a store in Orlando, Florida, that is among the few places to sell the original Cadbury chocolate imported from Britain. "American chocolate is so sweet that it tastes like doggie chocs."