Which is best – Cadbury Dairy Milk or Galaxy?
Chocoholics rejoice – for one of the greatest chocolate guzzling times of the year is nearly upon us. For verily, we shall gorge upon the delicious brown confection till we are fit to burst.
But the age old question still stands: what is best, Cadbury or Galaxy chocolate?
I have been plagued by this conundrum for many a long year, until finally deciding to put this to a scientific test. So I engaged the help of colleagues in a quantifiable research scenario that would answer the problem definitively.
Now in this particular test, to reduce the amount of variables, I dictated that the subjects were to compare only Cadbury Dairy Milk and Galaxy chocolate bars. None of this Fruit & Nut/Caramel/Cookies and Cream/Ripple deviousness – this was to be a pure Choc Off between the staple brands.
Though to be fair, those variations are damn fine (except for Fruit & Nut, which is an evil mutation).
So I ask again:
Which do you prefer: Cadbury Dairy Milk or Galaxy chocolate?
Here are the results from my stringently selected test group:
Galaxy was chosen by: Karen, Kirsty, Claire, Hannah, Bridget, Liam, Laura and myself.
Cadbury was chosen by: Joey, Steve, Simon, Pete, Dan, James, Dave, Wayne, Paul, Chris, Helen and Anne-Marie.
So the evidence proves that Cadbury chocolate is the more popular choice over Galaxy., with 12 votes to 8.
Some interesting data is revealed in this test. For example, those favouring Galaxy were mostly (but not exclusively) female, with the reverse true for Cadbury. Of course, this could just mean that the more amateur choc fans are largely male, choosing the Cadbury option…
Either way, my investigation revealed that Cadbury was the victor. I’ll have to conduct further tests.
Disclaimer: although I voted Galaxy, I’d like to point out that I am a fan of Cadbury chocolate too. It’s a very tough decision to make. It’s not like I’d turn down Dairy Milk! Or any chocolate for that matter. That ain’t gonna happen.
Thanks to my ever reliable colleagues for their opinions in this research. Next time: what’s the correct pronunciation of “scone”?