20. Double Decker intelligentvending.co.uk Nauseatingly nougaty. 19. Topic candycarrollton.com The only time anyone will ever willingly eat a Topic is when trying to eke out the last of the tin of Christmas Celebrations. 18. Flyte Via cdn.approvedfood.co.uk It's chocolate. It's not meant to be fat free. Stop trying to ruin chocolate, Flyte. 17. Bournville wordpress.com Does anyone really like dark chocolate? Like, really? 16. Peppermint Cream aquarterof.co.uk Your dad's favourite chocolate bar. 15. Drifter ecx.images-amazon.com There's an awful lot going on with a Drifter. 14. Milkybar wordpress.com Incredibly sweet, but since the demise of the Dream, the current king of white chocolate. 13. Wispa sammyhksmith.com A resilient bar, and so much more than it would appear - the Wispa punches above its weight. 12. Dairy Milk chocablog.com Reliable and familiar. Like a labrador. 11. Mars thegrocer.co.uk You can never go wrong with a Mars. 10. Galaxy Caramel static.tumblr.com Though it is annoyingly marketed at women who seem to overly-enjoy baths, the gooeyness of the caramel means that all is forgiven. 9. Toffee Crisp theonlydennis.weebly.com Like a glamorous Rice Krispie treat. 8. Lion wordpress.com The blokey cousin of the Toffee Crisp. 7. Milky Way ads-vs-reality.com The saviour of children's party-bags nationwide. 6. Snickers upload.wikimedia.org Basically a meal in a bar. 5. Green and Blacks blogger.com Ooohhh a bit posh, are we? Who cares. Look at the flavours! 4. Crunchie upload.wikimedia.org One of the few treats that is just as satisfying in 'fun size' as it is in normal size. 3. Daim Via images4.mysupermarket.co.uk Eternally determined to get stuck in your teeth. But worth it. 2. Kit Kat asiantrader.biz While the joy of running your finger down the foil might be gone, the Kit Kat remains the perfect tea-time snack. 1. Twix chocablog.com A glorious hybrid of chocolate, caramel and biscuit. God bless the Twix.