Nestle’s Christmas range 2023 includes ‘amazing’ Quality Street treats – and fans are delighted

NESTLE has unveiled its chocolate range for Christmas and shoppers are delighted.

There are still just over 40 days to go until the big day but retailers are already stocking festive favourites.

Nestle has revealed its Christmas range and shoppers are loving it


Nestle has revealed its Christmas range and shoppers are loving it

Nestle has unveiled its full list of Christmas 2023 products and fans are delighted.

The selection includes fan favourites, some with an added twist, while some are totally brand new.

One of the new items combines two iconic Quality Street flavours and fans of The Purple One and the Green Triangle will be pleased to know they can now enjoy a taste of both in one bite.

The Quality Street Collisions bar combines gooey caramel, creamy hazelnut and crunchy hazelnut pieces in three delicious layers.

And news of this new choccy treat is already proving to be a crowd-pleaser with Quality Street fans on social media.

One person said: “These sound amazing.”

And another added: “My two favourite ones in the same bar.”

While another commented: “Oh my gosh life goals in one bar.”

The bars are available at Asda, Morrisons, Iceland, Sainsbury’s and Ocado now for £2.50.

Also on the list are new varieties of After Eight, including the After Eight Winter Fondant bags.

The bags contain little chocolate and peppermint treats in the shape of different London landmarks, including the London Eye.

They’re also available at supermarket across the UK for £1.25.

Returning once more is After Eight Gin and Tonic and Mint, featuring a gin and tonic-flavoured mint fondant enrobed in rich dark chocolate. 

Nestle is also launching new, giant Smarties Candy Cane tubes and Aero Candy Cane Bubbles.

The Smarties tube contains a special mix of red and white milk chocolate Smarties and are priced at £1.32 at Sainsbury’s.

While the £1.25 Aero Candy Cane Bubbles have a delicious, aerated vanilla flavour centre and half red and half white shell. 

Rowntree’s Randoms Festives are also new for this year and are £1.25 at Asda.

Wrapped in winter wonderland-themed packaging, the new sugar pouch contains festive and random jelly shapes in delicious fruity flavours.  
White chocolate fans will be keen to try the new Milkybar Speculoos, available in Tesco, Booker and OneStop.

Fans will be able to enjoy the creamy-tasting smooth white chocolate they know and know and love, dotted with crunchy caramelised biscuit pieces. 

It comes after Nestle announced it will be discontinuing the Animal bar which has been a fan favourite since 1963. 

This comes after the confectionary giant confirmed it would also be discontinuing the Caramc bar after 60 years

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