Quality Street Chocolates Ranked From ‘God Tier’ To ‘January Leftovers’
Jewellery experts at Steven Stone have ranked all the chocolates found in a box of Quality Street from ‘God tier’ to ‘January leftovers’.
Of course, tastes vary from household to household, but I for one was surprised to find which chocs are still rattling around in the nation’s tins come January.
The Green Triangle – which is admittedly not my first choice – took the top spot with 13.51% of the votes, joined in the God tier by the ever delectable Strawberry Delight (12.23%).
Next up, in the still very worthy top tier is – my personal fave – the Orange Creme (8.96%), followed by the classic Purple One (8.12%) and the Milk Choc Block (6.88%).
At this point we get to the mid-tier – which in my opinion is packed with some truly superior temptations – with the Fudge (6.73%), Caramel Swirl (6.73%), Coconut Eclair (5.84%) and Toffee Penny (5.59%) all landing firmly in the middle.
In the bottom tier – although no doubt still beloved by some – is the Chocolate Toffee Finger (5.50%, and complete sacrilege in my book) followed by the Orange Crunch (5.30%), the Honeycomb Crunch (4.90%) and the Toffee Deluxe (4.11%)
Maxwell Stone, the leading jewellery designer behind the concept, said:
With Christmas on the way, we wanted to create a gift that would connect with chocolate lovers using a dazzling array of diamonds and gemstones in a selection of luxurious colours.
It’s common for family and friends to fight over their favourite flavoured chocolate, and now we’ve designed a menu of treats that will last a lifetime.
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