A tub of Quality Street is a Christmas staple, but it can cause arguments if you’re trying to horde your personal favourite - they’re just too good to share.
Thankfully, our prayers have been answered - whether you’re a fan of the Green Triangle, the Toffee Penny or the Purple One, you can buy a tin that’s filled to the brim with your favourite flavour!
This special ‘pick and not mix’ service will be available at John Lewis, after the success of last year’s. The big difference here is that last year you had to choose at least three flavours, but now, you can indulge in that ONE you love most.
Gift food buyer Rachel Costello said: ‘This year we’ve gone even bigger with an exclusive sweet.
‘In addition, for the first time, customers can choose to ‘pick and don’t mix’ to ensure there are no chocolates left languishing at the bottom of a tin!’
Arguably the best bit about this is that you can personalise your tin by replacing the word ‘Quality’. You can put in a surname or even your street address, which makes for a unique gift.
But that’s not the only new thing about Quality Street. They’ve also launched a brand new flavour, meaning there’s now 13 delicious chocolates to choose from.
The new flavour is a milk chocolate crispy truffle with a praline and cereal centre called Crispy Truffle Bite. Yum!
If you want to treat yourself to one of these personalised tins, they’re available at £13 each at select John Lewis stores across the country.
There’s seventeen in total, including Cambridge, Cardiff, Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, London Oxford Street, Southampton, and Manchester’s Trafford Centre.
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Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.
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