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Milkies Milk Trays

$21.95


The Milk Tray Man today: schmoozing his way round the Caribbean?

Unsurprisingly, given the paucity of information about his whereabouts, conspiracy theories have flourished. There’s the one that has him being bumped off by a hit-woman from Weight Watchers, after decades of futile dieting, and constant temptation from the Milk Tray assortment, had left her totally frustrated. Another, slightly more believable theory, has him being thrown from a castle wall by a jealous Lord, returning early one night to find a black polo-neck sweater, and his wife’s lacy white blouse, strewn across the bedroom floor.

Perhaps Kraft, the new owners of Cadbury, will apply the Sherlock Holmes treatment and bring the Milk Tray Man back to life. No longer a James Bond manqué, he’ll emerge new and invigorated. He’ll be transformed into a or character, able to deliver chocolates to even more improbable and out-of-reach locations: a yacht in the middle of the Indian Ocean, a safe house in Switzerland so secret not even the CIA know of its existence. Or – and this really would be the updated version – after skillfully evading satellite surveillance, and high-tech security systems à la , we’d finally see him eating Milk Tray with his lady. Preferably, the two of them would be together in a huge bed, blissfully enjoying the sweet assortment – oh, just an intimation of course – post-coitally.

New Milk Tray man Patrick McBride (Joel Anderson)

Kimberly
Newfoundland, Canada
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Excellent products & service!
November 13, 2015
I ordered milkies milksaver and absolutely loved it. Later, I decided to order these milk trays. They accidentally shipped a milksaver to me but as soon as I contacted them they shipped out the milk trays and just told me to keep the milksaver so I didn't have to bother with getting it shipped back. Amazing products, amazing customer service and great pricing. Would definitely recommend (and have!) and would order again if I needed anything.
Pros:
Great prices! Amazing products! Awesome customer service! Good shipping time.

Still from the Milk Tray advert

Perhaps Kraft, the new owners of Cadbury, will apply the Sherlock Holmes treatment and bring the Milk Tray Man back to life. No longer a James Bond manqué, he’ll emerge new and invigorated. He’ll be transformed into a or character, able to deliver chocolates to even more improbable and out-of-reach locations: a yacht in the middle of the Indian Ocean, a safe house in Switzerland so secret not even the CIA know of its existence. Or – and this really would be the updated version – after skillfully evading satellite surveillance, and high-tech security systems à la , we’d finally see him eating Milk Tray with his lady. Preferably, the two of them would be together in a huge bed, blissfully enjoying the sweet assortment – oh, just an intimation of course – post-coitally.

Taking its name from the series of British TV ads from 1968 – 2000 in which a risked torrents, waterfalls, cliffs and sharks etc. to bring his lady a box of chocolates, the Milk Tray Approach is the romantic but not so innocent interpretation of chocolates: all rose petals, candlelight, , and more than a whiff of sex. (Click for full history of the ads.)