Which is your favourite Quality Street?

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Quality Street is a popular selection of individual tinned or boxed toffees, chocolates and sweets, produced by Nestlé.

They have been a popular family favourite for generations and usually are top of the Christmas confectionary list for many families!  The selection has been modified over the years, and in 2016 Nestle is replacing its Toffee Deluxe with a Honeycomb Crunch in it’s latest Quality Street tin as part of its 80th birthday celebrations.

Customers complained there were too many toffee based flavours in the collection and they wanted more variety. The honeycomb crunch came out on top as the preferred option for a new sweet.

It’s the first time a new sweet has been introduced to the assortment in almost a decade!

We all have our first choice of flavour when we delve into a new tin – what is yours?

Which is your favourite Quality Street

The Purple One
0%
Green Triangle
0%
Toffee Coin
0%
Chocolate Toffee Finger
0%
Caramel Swirl
0%
Strawberry Delight
0%
Orange Cream
0%
Coconut Eclair
0%
Toffee Delux
0%
Milk Chocolate Block
0%
Vanilla Fudge
0%
Orange Chocolate Crunch
0%
Based on 893 public votes.

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jobubblejack
25th Nov 2016
0
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Just love the soft centre then the lovely nut . Mouth is watering just thinking about it
LittleMinx
4th Nov 2016
0
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Caley's chocolate has been going for donkeys years, they supplied WW1 soldiers and continue to supply marching chocolate to the army today. With 70% cocoa , a really nice chocolate. Online or sometimes at Morrisons. British owned and manufactured.
Julie Hunter
26th Oct 2016
0
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I can't believe how small the tubs are now!..I can remember buying in a tin & was twice the size..what a swizz!..
kman35
15th Oct 2016
0
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Goodness, really surprised to see the purple one is most people's favourite.
Arewen
14th Oct 2016
0
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Where are they made now?
kman35
15th Oct 2016
0
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Irene88
30th Sep 2016
0
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Personally, you can't beat a bar of Cadbury Milk Chocolate, my first choice every time.
Pam1960
30th Sep 2016
0
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Can you remember the Quality Street advert from years back when the chocolates appeared to jump out the tin. We had bought a tin for Christmas. My young niece saw the tin was really excited and wanted to open them. Oh the disappointment. I don't want those they aren't the real Quality Sreet I want the ones that jump out the tin. I feel a bit like that now they just don't taste the same.
sitges
29th Sep 2016
0
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Love them all
Coomer it was so hard to decide
Jo Kingham
27th Sep 2016
0
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Far too many toffees in the tin for me. Much prefer celebrations or heroes these days
Wilf
25th Sep 2016
3
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I read in the papers on Saturday that everyone loves the toffees. I don't they pull the fillings out of my teeth! Its an age thing. I much prefer the soft chocs
ArchieUK
25th Sep 2016
2
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When I was a lad, some 50+ years ago I lived in Halifax, the home of Quality Street and where I lived was next door to the Queens Road factory where the bulk of Quality Street was made. One of our favorite tricks was to look through a window where the chocolate was blended and wait for somebody to come, a man would come put his finger in the tank where the chocolate was being blended lick the chocolate of his finger and make a decision, we would shout give us a lick and when appropiate he would put two fingers in the mix, come to the window and we would lick it off his finger.
The company were famous for their toffee, but that is how the company started.
bevie
24th Sep 2016
1
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I brought a tin last week for a treat for the brown paper toffees but found out when opened them no toffees they had been replaced. I would not have bought them otherwise. I wish they would take out strawberry creams and orange which always get left behind. Disappointing All the toffees are my favorite.
kman35
15th Oct 2016
0
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Yeah, don't like the strawberry or orange either, but I can't eat the toffee ones either or my teeth might fall out. So I guess that doesn't leave me much choice.
ginntonic
24th Sep 2016
1
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I seem to get the toffees that are left after everyone else has their favourites.
ginntonic
24th Sep 2016
3
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They just don't taste as nice as they used to. The same goes for Cadbury chocolate, and Fry's mint creams are not as good. Thinking about it, most are not as nice. What is happening to our chocolate?
Corey
24th Sep 2016
1
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Every Christmas somebody always gets a 'big' tub of Quality Street and I say that I'm not going to have any. Guess what? I always do and it's usually the green triangle
jentie51
24th Sep 2016
4
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If anyone thrusts a tin (plastic container) of Quality Street under my nose, I'll always choose a purple one. However, I won't be buying any this year because I don't approve of Nestle's business practices plus they've made the box smaller, as have Cadbury with their Roses.
ArchieUK
24th Sep 2016
6
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Fifty years ago or even more they were a treat, today we don't even buy them because they are such rubbish,tasteless pap for to days generation.
Lionel
27th Sep 2016
1
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Yep! Archie, like most things the Yanks have bought off us. Cheapened, adulterated and quite unlike the original.

I was a long time fan of Cabury's chocolate. Excellent stuff! But, a couple of years ago my wife bought me a Creme Egg, one of my favourites. I can't write what I said when the chocolate hit my palate! That greasy mass in my mouth reminded me of soggy chips fried in oil, of diesel oil when syphoning a car tank, (I owned the car!). Yuk!

Not again.
Tricia Hildyard
24th Sep 2016
2
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Don't mess with the toffees, I can't eat the chocolate!
shereepitt
23rd Sep 2016
2
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Love green triangle
Treehugger1
23rd Sep 2016
3
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Now you've done it, i'm going to have to go and open the tin I bought in preparation for Christmas NOW haha.

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