To cap off the list, we’ll be finishing with the Yorkie! Aptly named after the city of its origin, where seemingly many chocolates and sweets in general seem to originate from, the Yorkie is actually a relatively young sweet. It was produced in 1976 in the city of York, UK, by Rowntree. Interestingly, the chocolate bar used to be marketed only towards men, with slogans such as, “It’s not for girls,” and, “King size not queen size.” Certainly not an advertising scheme any company would get away with nowadays! Regardless, we can firmly recommend the Yorkie for BOTH genders, as it is an extremely delicious chocolate bar and no doubt among the best Britain has to offer among its varied line of confectionery.