Chocolate Castle Brighton: Castle Built by Cadbury with 90,000 Dairy Milk Pebbles

August 26, 2013 Updated: July 18, 2015

A chocolate castle built with 90,000 Dairy Milk pebbles was constructed on Brighton Beach in the United Kingdom by chocolate manufacturer Cadbury.

The castle was built by five people working for 100 hours together. 

The pebbles used in the design were yellow, purple, and black.

“We just wanted to do something special for the bank holiday for families and to add a touch of extra fun for Cadbury World,’ a spokeswoman told Metro.

The castle is now in Birmingham at the Cadbury World in Bournville, where it is on display until August 27. 

The 90,000 pebbles were struck together with a quarter of a ton of fondant icing and 20 kilos of icing sugar, reported the Birmingham Mail

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