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“***QUALITY CHRISTMAS***”

published 17/12/2008

Something for everyone, snazzy packaging & value f...

You get the odd one you don't like & they can get ...

This is my special Christmas review I don't normally eat this many chocolates in a row (honest) but for ciao I will make an exception. THE START OF QUALITY STREET Quality Street have been around forever haven't they? Along with Roses I think they were invented with Adam and Eve, that wasn't...

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“Quality Street, yum!!”

published 15/08/2008

great variety, yummy taste

need some white chocolate!!

You and your family and the majority of the UK will probably buy a big tin of Quality Street or Roses at Christmas, For me its Quality Street all the way!! So I decided to review these gorgeous chocolates that seem to have been around forever! ~The History~ Established back in 1936! When they...

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“I ♥ Quality Street”

published 11/01/2008

Cheap, good selection of sweets to choose from

Orange and Strawberry ones taste horrible

Nestlé Quality Streets are delicious and are sold in a few different sized packages. Quality Streets are a firm favourite of mines because they taste great and there is a good assortment of chocolate in each box or tin. Nestlé Quality Streets were launched in 1936 and are still an extremely...

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“Time for urban renewal”

published 01/10/2004

Lots of chewy ones

go soft easily, chocolate can be bland

It used to be that every Christmas without fail my family would get at least one box or tin of Quality Street or Roses (the two being virtually inter-changeable to my young mind). Last Christmas they were, however, notably absent. They had been replaced by tins of posh (or seemingly posh)...

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“Quality's Treat”

published 11/03/2004

Excellent choice

Some people may find them a bit too sickly-sweet

Nestle Quality Street is something you can crack open whether it’s Christmas, you’re having a party or you’re just in the mood to spoil yourself. With so many wickedly tempting varieties, it’s a timeless selection that never loses its appeal to me. I am writing this with a newly opened box and...

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Excellent

“SUCK THEM LONG AND SLOW”

published 06/02/2002

Great flavours and textures, gorgeous chocolate

one of two 'duff' ones

It’s one of those timeless posers isn’t it – like ‘who is your favourite Spice Girl?’ and ‘Are you a Boxers or a Y-Fronts guy?’ – What am I talking about? Boxes of Chocs – Cadbury’s Roses or Quality Street? It sems we all have out favourite centres and these two variations on the wrapped sweets...

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Excellent

“treat yourself”

published 12/12/2002

very nice tasting chocolates

some are very sweet

O my god how much chocolate have I had, first it was mini heroes then celebrations now its nestle quality street, well it had to come sooner or later but don’t get me wrong I am not complaining, I love chocolate. After eating mini heroes and celebrations I had forget how nice these were, you can...

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“Lick,Suck and Swallow”

published 08/01/2003

A taste of heaven,something for everyone

1 just isn't enough!

Since it was Xmas my dad decided to buy a tin of quality streets and seem as though we were all supposed to be dieting it seemed like a very bad idea.After all as everyone who is on a diet knows once you've tasted something sweet and bad for you,you know you're gonna want it again and again.But...

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Excellent

“Christmas Chocolates!”

published 10/12/2011

good variety, good value

nothing

The only time that I ever remember having quality streets as a child was at Christmas where my parents would buy a tin of them for us to share over Christmas. So when my husband came home from work last night with a tin that his boss had brought for us I was eager to open them and see if they...

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Satisfactory

Not many!

Boring, the chocolate isn't great, too many wrappi...

The other night my friend popped to the shop to get a few essentials and came back with a huge tub of Quality Street for us to munch through whilst watching the soaps. Me.... I was a bit disappointed with them if I'm perfectly honest with you as I much prefers Heros or Celebrations or something...

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“Where's the Quality?”

published 07/11/2003

Quite a few varieties

Funny aftertaste

Aah, you can tell that it's getting near too Christmas, huge tins of sweets and chocolate are beginning to appear on the shelves. Pretty soon we are going to move away from the real meaning of Christmas, and no, not towards that mass commercialism that many claim but towards the worship of...

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“A NEAT TREAT ON ANY STREET”

published 01/06/2004

It`s Chocolate

They can be sickly

I have never really gone for boxes of chocolates in a big way, mainly because you have no choice as to the contents of the box and have to take the chocolates you find less appealing with those you like. Never the less, when I was given a box of Quality Street by a friend last week I set about...

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Super

Variety. Lots to chew for everyone

The ones no one likes!

Ahh...A new toy, some bits and pieces in my stocking and a Chocolate variety pack. Christmas morning and there is turkey in the air... But hold on, there is a large metallic box on the table. Its white with purple green and red writing on it. This is the start of a Christmas tradition that still...

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“Thankyou Auntie Jackie BURP”

published 14/01/2003

All the yummy ones

My wife eating all the yummy ones

I went to visit my Auntie Jackie on Boxing Day and sat waiting for the moment she would say, 'Here's your present, open it then.' So she passed it to me. I was excited, ooh what did she get us, what is it? "Mmmm, Quality Street." My wife said, well yes, thanks for spoiling the suprise. I...

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Good

i suppose if you need chocolate they do the job

just not as good as similar products (namely Roses...

Did you know that Nestle was founded in 1866? I was quite surprised when I found that one out, because you would have thought that after nearly 150 years, they would have finally worked out how to make nice chocolates. It wasn't until the 1980s that they suddenly went around buying up all the...

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