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British confectioners, such as Cadbury, are virtually renowned for their distinguished chocolates that thousands are inclined to consume every day. However, the French company, Nestle, imbue their chocolates with a British charm that others can perceive by devouring these saccharine delights. The product encompasses a chocolate which thousands love (presumably the 'purple' one, which has since spawned a limited edition chocolate bar incorporating six sweets in one), and a sweet that plenty may leave just residing in the tin or box (such as the orange cremes for example).
The taste immediately makes you feel content as it presents a wonderfully rich and saccharine taste as you bite down into it. This is retained until you ultimately swallow the oozing chocolate.
At a fair price of £ £6.83, Quality Streets differentiate substantially from the extortionate prices of other 'eminent' chocolates. As opposed to frivolously splurging money on 'high-quality' chocolates, why not just purchase a rather beguiling box of Quality Street in your local supermarket for an incredibly modest £ £6.83?
Quality Streets have been prominent amongst the British for decades and the longevity of the product's popularity has culminated in thousands succumbing to the array of delectable treats all wonderfully presented in iridescent wrappers that preserve the freshness of the chocolate, thus enhancing the enrapturing taste that emerges as you devour one of the chocolates. For those overseas, I'd highly recommend these chocolates if you intend to visit Blighty and bring something home that may differ substantially from a model of Big Ben or a rather garish I Love London T-Shirt. Relinquish yourself to a rather gaudy array of chocolates conceived with an intrinsic British charm. You will not be discontent.
I like the background detail, but what about the actual taste of them?
Nar2 28.12.2011 11:14
But of the actual chocolate in question? What varieties and flavours do you get? What other ranges are they? For buyers you'll need to add a lot more detail here. This will in turn boost your review to buyers, rather than a eloquent opinion of what they represent. Also, Nestle were Swiss for most of their life, not French.