Nestle launches new chocolate combining iconic Quality Street flavours – fans may be divided | The Sun

NESTLE has launched a new chocolate bar combining two iconic Quality Street flavours.

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 confectionery giant has brought these two fan favourites together to produce the Quality Street Collisions sharing bar.

This new choc on the block 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."

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

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

The Quality Street Collisions sharing bar is now available exclusively in Asda and will roll out to other supermarkets and stores across the UK later this month.

Samantha Hirst, brand manager for Quality Street at Nestle UK and Ireland, said: "We're sure that Quality Street fans will love the fact that two favourites have been brought together to make a triple-layered treat that's perfect for gifting or sharing with family and friends."

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The 235g bar is the first flavour collision and the third addition to the Quality Street sharing bar range.

The sharing bars were first introduced in 2022, with the Purple One and the Orange Crunch being the first to break out of the purple tin.

And fans loved them, one person described the new bars at the time as "amazingly good".

The Purple One and Orange Crunch are currently priced at £1.25 for an 84g bar in Asda.

We have not yet had confirmation of the new Collisions bar but we will update here when we do.

It has to be said that Nestle has not always hit the sweet spot with fans.

Just last year it left loyal choccy fans fuming after making a change to its Quality Street tubs.

And the changes to some of the wappers of Christmas favourites left people baffled.

Meanwhile, a Quality Street employee shared how the company decides which sweets to axe from the tubs.

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