Coffee Crisp Commercial Early 2000's
Coffee Crisp is a chocolate bar made in Canada. It consists of alternating layers of vanilla wafer and a foamed coffee-flavoured soft candy, covered with a milk chocolate outer layer. Originally launched by British company Rowntree's, it is currently owned and commercialized by Nestlé
The predecessor to the Coffee Crisp can be found in the United Kingdom in the 1930s, when Rowntree's launched the "Rowntree's Wafer Crisp". This bar was then introduced in Canada as "Biscrisp". In 1938, a coffee variation was added to the Biscrisp line, being named Coffee Crisp. In 1988, Nestle acquired Rowntree's Canadian operations, including the Toronto chocolate factory where the bar is produced. As of 2014, the product is marketed by Nestlé Canada.