Quality Street Purely Purple Ones Chocolates - Christmas Chocolates Gift In Xmas Cracker Box -The Purple One 327g - With Gift Tag (1)
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Coffee cremes are by no means the only Quality Street chocs to have been discontinued over the years, as disappointed chocolate lovers have had to face the heartbreak of losing many other firm favourites. The full list of axed sweets include:
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Quality Street lovers will also be able to create their own personalised boxes at John Lewis this year during the festive season. Meanwhile, Pizza Hut recently announced the return of two discontinued menu items after nearly a decade.Quality Street fans may notice something different in their chocolate box this Christmas season. But there's no need to panic - all of the chocolates will taste exactly the same. You can get Quality Street chocs for cheaper elsewhere - but you won't be able to choose your flavours, and tins might be smaller.
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Another said: "Need to go get coconut", and one fan said: "Please can you sell the green triangles separately all year round". Now those who have missed out on what was a staple of Quality Street tins in the 1990s will be able to have it once more in the build-up to the festive period.Live: Boots No7 and John Lewis launch coveted Beauty Advent Calenders for 2023 with advice from Martin Lewis' MSE Most Read
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There's a number of shops and supermarkets which sell Quality Street tins - and you'll want to know where to buy them for cheap. In a bid to become more environmentally-friendly, the treats are now being wrapped in a duller form of waxed paper, which is recyclable. Quality Street brand manager, Samantha Hirst said: ‘We’ve been keeping the exciting news of the return of the Coffee Creme tightly under wraps so it’s a huge relief to finally share it with Quality Street fans across the UK.It comes after Nestlé launched a brand new Quality Street Collisions bar earlier this month that left fans divided. The unique treat blends together two of the most popular chocolates from the Quality Street tins - The Purple One and the Green Triangle. It combines caramel, creamy hazelnut, and crunchy hazelnut pieces in three chocolatey layers and first appeared in Asda , although it is set to come to further supermarkets later this month. A sparkling mix of colours, shapes and delicious flavours. Discover our Quality Street® range & get together with your favourites.