Caramilk chocolate is coming back to our shelves next month after a limited edition run last year was extremely popular.
The chocolate - which is a caramalised white chocolate was discontinued in 1994.
One million blocks were sold in just three weeks when it made a comeback last year.
Cadbury New Zealand country manager James Kane said 1.5 million blocks would be up for grabs this time round, released in supermarkets on February 1.
"The overwhelming feedback that we had last time was that people were disappointed they had missed out on getting stock so we're expecting it will be equally popular this time," he said.
"We've made more stock in the hope that people can get it."
The company has donated 64 blocks to Paralympics New Zealand and Make A Wish Foundation to be auctioned off on Trade Me.