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Tupla (chocolate bar)

Tupla is a Finnish chocolate bar made by Leaf. It consists of milk chocolate with a nougat-flavoured filling, coated with bits of almond.

The name "Tupla", meaning "double", comes from the fact that there are always two Tupla bars in a single wrapper. Unlike Twix, however, the bars are placed end-to-end, not parallel.

The original Tupla dates back to the 1970s and is still one of the most popular chocolate bars in Finland. In the 1990s and 2000s two variants have been introduced: Tupla White, with a coating of white chocolate instead of milk chocolate, and Tupla Black, with bits of liquorice added into the filling.

There were even Tupla Easter eggs available in the 1990s. Despite the name, however, there weren't two chocolate eggs nested inside each other.


Tupla may refer to

  • Tupla (chocolate), Finnish chocolate bar
  • Tupla, Pakistan, village in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

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