80’s advert for the TEXAN chocolate bar.
Texan Bar also known as Texan was a nougat/toffee bar covered with chocolate, manufactured during the 1970s and 1980s. It was withdrawn from sale in the 1980s but was briefly re-launched by Nestle in 2005 during a wave of sweet-related nostalgia.
The advertisements for the Texan which showed a cartoon cowboy, who was captured and tied to a stake. When asked if he had a Last request he was given a Texan Bar which took him a long time to eat, meanwhile the Bandits fell asleep ensuring his escape. The Cowboys catchphrase was “A Man’s gotta chew what a Man’s gotta chew”, also “Sure is a mighty chew!”.
80’s advert for Rolos. “Do you love someone enough to give them your last Rolo?”
Rolo (pronounced “Roll-Oh”) is a brand of cylinder-shaped chocolates with a caramel centre. They are made by Nestlé, except in the United States where the rights have been held by The Hershey Company since 1969. They were advertised for many years with the slogan “Do you love anyone enough to give them your last Rolo?”.
80’s advert for Minstrels ‘Melt in your moutn and not in your hand’!
Minstrels are milk chocolate buttons with a hard glazed shell sold in several countries including the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Cyprus, and Spain.
They originally had the slogan “They melt in your mouth, not in your hands”, the same one used by M&M’s in the United States (also used to market M&M’s in the UK in the 1980s and 1990s).
80’s commercial for Milky Bars.
Milkybar is a white chocolate confection that is produced by Nestlé and sold in Australia, New Zealand, India, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom. It sold under the name Galak in Europe (except Spain, the UK and Ireland) and Brazil. Nestlé have produced white chocolate since the 1930s, and started using the brand Galak in 1967. In many European countries a version with puffed rice is also available.