Aero Chocolate Bar

Aero Chocolate Bar is still a favourite

The Aero chocolate bar is a classic treat that has been enjoyed by chocolate lovers for over a century. The brand was first introduced in the United Kingdom in 1935 by Rowntree’s, a British confectionery company that has since been acquired by Nestle. The name “Aero” was chosen to evoke feelings of lightness and airiness, which perfectly captures the unique texture of the bar.

The original Aero bar featured a creamy milk chocolate coating with bubbles of air trapped inside, giving it a unique texture that was light and aerated. This texture was created by a process called “froth whipping,” which involves introducing small bubbles of air into the chocolate mixture while it is being cooled. This process creates a mousse-like texture that is both creamy and light.

In the early days, Aero bars were only available in the UK, but soon became popular around the world. In the 1940s, Rowntree’s began exporting Aero bars to other countries, including Canada and Australia. The bar was also introduced in the United States in the 1960s, where it quickly gained popularity.

Over the years, Aero has undergone several changes and additions to its product line. In the 1970s, a dark chocolate version of the bar was introduced, followed by a white chocolate version in the 1980s. In recent years, Nestle has introduced a variety of flavors and limited-edition versions of the bar, such as mint and caramel.

In addition to its delicious taste, Aero has become known for its iconic packaging and advertising campaigns. The bar’s packaging features a distinctive white color scheme, and the brand’s advertising campaigns have often used the slogan “Bubbles that burst in your mouth,” to highlight the unique texture of the bar.

The Aero chocolate bar is a beloved confectionery that has been enjoyed by chocolate lovers for over a century. Its unique aerated texture and delicious taste make it a classic treat. From its early days in the UK to its global popularity, Aero has stood the test of time, and continues to be a favorite of chocolate lovers around the world. It can sometimes be found in our Chocolate Edition!