Nestle’s Triple Decker Bar
The Triple Decker bar emerged as a stroke of confectionery brilliance, artfully uniting the trifecta of dark, white, and milk chocolate in each square. Yet, regrettably, this candy sensation seems to have faded into obscurity, its memory buried until a casual mention from my sister unearthed its delicious legacy. Driven by curiosity, I ventured into the depths of the web to rediscover this forgotten gem.
My quest led me to Jason Liebig's Flickr collection, a treasure trove for classic candy enthusiasts. There, I stumbled upon a remarkably preserved Triple Decker Bar Wrapper scan. This visual relic splendidly depicted the tantalizing trinity of chocolate layers, capturing the essence of the Triple Decker's allure.
However, my search yielded little else. A handful of candy journals whispered of its existence, but beyond these scarce wrapper scans, one might question whether such a remarkable creation was mere folklore.
The annals of memory remained void of commercials from that era, and my efforts to locate any online proved futile. Yet, a glimmer of recognition sparked upon discovering an Australian ad for their "Triple Bar." While the terminology varied, the visual seemed strikingly similar, hinting at a shared lineage.