It’s the news we’ve all been waiting for – after the success of the counters in John Lewis stores in previous years, you can now finally buy Quality Street pick and mix online this year.
In light of the overwhelming changes we’ve all faced in 2020, the brand has decided to make all of our chocolate-based dreams come true and turn the Quality Street pick and mix experience into a digital one, allowing you to get a full personalised tin delivered directly to your door.
On the new Quality Street website, you have the option to select up to six varieties of your favourite chocolates, personalise the name on your tin and even add a gift message before placing the order to be sent to yourself or a loved one.
Ellie Dent, Senior Brand Manager for Quality Street said: ‘We’ve had an overwhelming response to our pop-up stations over the last few years, so we know how much people love to choose the perfect mix of their favourite sweets and personalise their Quality Street tins.
‘Until now, you needed to do this by visiting a specific store but, with the launch of the Quality Street website, shoppers in the UK and Ireland can tailor their tins in a matter of clicks, all from the comfort of their own home.’
Which chocolates can you get in Quality Street pick and mix 2020?
You’ll find all of your usual favourites on offer, including the latest introduction, the delicious Caramel Brownie.
- The Purple One
- Strawberry Delight
- Orange Creme
- Orange Crunch
- Toffee Penny
- Toffee Finger
- Caramel Swirl
- The Green Triangle
- Milk Chocolate Block
- Coconut Eclair
- Caramel Brownie
How much does the Quality Street pick and mix cost?
The tins are priced at £15.99 for a 1kg tin, and there is a £2.99 delivery charge.
While this is more expensive than the equivalent-sized tins at the supermarkets, which retail for around £7.50, for a thoughtful personalised present (to self or otherwise) and the option to choose only the chocs you love the most inside, it could be well worth the investment.