Quality Street is one of those confectionary icons that Christmas simply wouldn’t be the same without. Everyone has their favourite, whether it is the famous toffee penny, super- sweet Strawberry Delight or triangular Chocolate Noisette.
Quality Street was first launched in 1936 by Mackintosh, the name being taken from a J. M. Barrie play of the same name. Today’s version contains 12 flavours, all of which are either chocolate or toffee-based.
Most popular with customers in United States of America (USA), Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Canada, Greece, Sweden and Japan, but you can buy Quality Street for delivery worldwide.
One of our Nestle branded products.
Contains Hazelnuts, Contains Milk, May Contain Peanuts, May Contain Tree Nuts.
Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Vegetable Fats (Palm, Shea, Sunflower, Rapeseed, Illipe/Mango Kernel/Kokum Gurgi/Sal), Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter, Dried Whole Milk, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Lactose and Proteins from Whey (from Milk), Whey Powder (from Milk), Coconut , Hazelnuts, Butter (from Milk), Emulsifiers (Sunflower Lecithin, E471), Humectant (Glycerol), Fat-Reduced Cocoa Powder, Butterfat (from Milk), Flavourings, Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt, Lactic Acid, Corn Starch, Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate), Milk Chocolate contains Milk Solids 14% minimum, Milk and Dark Chocolates contain Vegetable Fats in addition to Cocoa Butter.
Lifestyle / Additives
- Free From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours, Free From Artificial Preservatives.
- Suitable for Vegetarians.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store cool and dry
- Pack Type: Box.
Just love Quality Street , they were always a staple in our home at Xmas growing up and are still fantastic. Fantastic selection of flavors , high quality chocolate especially if you live in America and just look good as well over the holidays when you put them out in a great bowl. Not that they last long.
Always a favourite for my work team. We don't see these often in the States, so if someone travels to London, and doesn't come back with treats, they are shamed! So happy to have found British Corner Shop so I can order for my team any time.
Quality Street Chocolate and Toffees is a combination of pieces that I love and others I don't think much of. I didn't have Quality Street as a Christmas tradition nor, indeed, did I even experience them until quite recently so I cannot compare them with the originals. I do, however think that the toffees, hard caramels, soft caramels and caramel fudge are delicious. I don't much like the soft centre strawberry and orange pieces.
Way back when I was a youngster growing up in Liverpool, it was a family tradition that we always had a big tin of Quality Street at Christmastime. One of my favorite memories is playfully arguing with my darling dad over the purple wrapped ones and the caramel coins! I haven't been back to the UK in about 6 years, and was feeling nostalgic last week, so I placed an order on this site, part of which was a box of Quality Street. I hate to say this, but the quality of the sweets is no longer there. The sweets arrived in great condition, were packed well and I have nothing bad to say about the British Corner Shop at all, but I was terribly disappointed in the taste and the size of the sweets. They are definitely not what I remembered at all which is a shame that Nestles chose to screw with the ingredients it is apparent upon tasting, the quality is not good. Most companies are going for cheap ingredients and fillers it seems. I will not be ordering this product again.
Christmas wasn't Christmas without a tin of Quality Street I was so disappointed in the changes. The product is OK but if you are looking forward to the original you are in for a disappointment. I don't buy this so called Quality Street - it would have been better if they had changed the name so customers weren't expecting the real deal. Fortunately there are lots of other super chocolate products - no replacement for Quality Street though.
These chocolates take me back to Christmas as a child and the sorting of all the colors and shapes was amazing. Over the years Quality Street boxes and tins have shrunk almost half the original size. I still have the original size tin, full of crayons, and also years gone by tins. I even have a Queen's Jubilee tin as well. I was delighted to receive some this week and note that the new quality street chocolate was in the package. I purchased a tin in Canada last week and they were all the old style. I am a big caramel fan and so love the less soft centers. I wish they would separate the orange candy as everything smells of orange. My sons did a science project at school once using the color wrappers of Quality Street!
Nothing quite says Christmas more than fighting over your favourite quality street with family and friends. For me it is the green ones, delicious praline centres covered in milk chocolate but my brother would argue it's the yellow toffee and my dad always dives straight in for the purple ones, Brazil nuts generously covered in milk chocolate. Whatever your favourite every box offers heaps of variety to enjoy not just at Christmas but year round.
I buy a large tin of Quality Street every Christmas, just as my mother did before me. We each have our favourites and they are gone by New Year. The selection is varied and in my opinion they are all equally nice. I did notice however that they no longer have a coffee cream and hope they bring it back.
Thank you for stocking this wonderful option, can't wait to see if you will have selection boxes for the Christmas season as I have not had one in 40 years.
This is a box, as the saying goes, that is "made for sharing"!
My favourites are the cream filled ones, orange and strawberry, alas, there are hardly any of these in the box. I think nowadays they are mainly caramel, chocolate flavoured caramel, gooey and hard caramel and even more caramel. Fabulous if you like caramel, but it does get a bit boring, after you've eaten all the others, of which there are not too many, Still, I buy them for the.... strawberry and orange creme filled ones!
Quality street chocolates are my absolute favourite in the world. They remind me of being young and arguing with my cousins at Christmas over who would get the purple ones! Most chocolates are delicious, I would say they would be better for caramel fans as they are very caramel oriented. My only complaint would be that there are never enough of the orange and the strawberry ones.
I really love Quality Street. There are plenty of choices in the box so there is something for everyone, but never enough of the ones you love the most! It always ends up filled with those you like less, even though they all are still delicious. It is perfect as a present, especially if there are children around.
Quality Street was once a quality product but sadly it has moved down to average. The selection of chocolates are all based on caramel and leave nothing to the imagination. Boring, with the same consistency, they are nothing like they were. Please turn back the clock and make them special again.
I don't really like Nestlé Quality Street chocolate candy mix.
Although there are a couple of flavours that are ok, there are way too many that don't taste that good and therefore it feels like money wasted to buy this.
I'm not sure if I know anyone who likes all the flavours included, but that's probably the idea with this mix. That there's something for everyone. But just for oneself to consume, this is not the best choice.
Having recently bought some Quality Street I felt I had to do a review. The packaging as ever is extremely decorative and the chocolates are fantastically and colourfully wrapped.
The variety of the chocolates contained within remains good and they have some real treats inside. I am particularly keen on the fudge one.
I used to love Quality Street when I lived in the UK, but though they are still a favourite, they are not as nice as they used to be. The reason? Well, to begin with some of the original flavoured chocolates have disappeared. What happened to the coffee flavoured one, the montelimar nougat, the toffee cup and the hazelnut cracknell? Nestle's... you've made a mistake. You should now re-name your chocolates 'Caramel Street' because that's practically all that's left. Liquid caramel, hard caramel, semi-hard caramel, caramel with nuts, caramel fudge... not like the original at all.
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