John Lewis have given the iconic purple Quality Street tin a new look for 2020.
The best winter coats are already being snapped up, beauty advent calendars are being released left right and centre, and now our favourite festive sweet treats are back in stock. And there’s one seasonal addition to the shelves that we’re very excited about.
The John Lewis exclusive Nestlé Quality Street tin is back for 2020 – and it’s making us nostalgic for the good old days.
Nestlé Quality Street Tin (1.2kg) – £10, exclusive to John Lewis & Partners
While plastic tubs of Quality Street chocolates are available from most retailers year-round, John Lewis have given the iconic purple tin an exclusive update. The large, metal, 1.2kg Quality Street tin is bursting with our favourite individually wrapped chocolates – including the iconic Green Triangle and The Purple One. So whether you’re a milk or dark chocolate, toffee or fruit créme fan, this one is perfect for passing around while reminiscing about Christmases gone by. Costing just £10, the tin is already proving hugely popular with John Lewis customers – so grab this one while you can!
With just 86 days until Christmas (not that we’re counting or anything) the release of the John Lewis exclusive Quality Street tin is already getting us in the festive spirit.
This year’s bold colourful design is a nod to the bright, metallic wrapping that encases the iconic sweets. And while the tin’s packaging might have been given an update for 2020, all our old favourites are still to be found on the inside.
Everyone’s favourite, the Green Triangle, is of course making an appearance alongside The Purple One and The Chocolate Toffee Finger. (Our mouthes are practically watering just thinking about it.)
Costing just £10 for a nostalgic 1.2kg tin, the sweets are already selling fast on the John Lewis & Partners website. So we’d advise snapping this up early if you’re a Quality Street fan. (And let’s be honest, who isn’t?) Shop it here before it goes.
Whether you’re buying them for your own household, or as a gift for somebody else’s, it just wouldn’t be Christmas without an argument over who gets the last Green Triangle.
Grab it while you can!