It was first produced in 1937 but hasn't been seen on our shelves for 13 years.
But now the iconic Cadbury's Dairy Milk Tiffin bar is set to make a comeback after an internet campaign was launched in its favour.
The Tiffin chocolate bar, which contains pieces of biscuit and raisins, was originally launched in 1937 and proved popular until Cadbury stopped making it in 1972.
It was brought back in 1985 but withdrawn again in 2003.
Now it will return as a limited edition, with about three million bars going on sale from June 1.
Matthew Williams, marketing boss at Cadbury brand owner Mondelez, says fans have been appealing for its return on social media.
Chewy sweet Mojo, back after a five-year break, is the latest brand to be revived by Tangerine Confectionery, which also makes Sherbet Fountains, Dip Dabs and Refreshers.
A spokesman said: “The retro chew will bring back nostalgic memories for many.”
- The word Tiffin dates back to the British Raj when it was used to refer to a light midday meal that superseded the British practice of an afternoon tea.