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Coffee creams

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Appuskidu Mon 27-Nov-17 18:48:46

My mum loves these but they seem to have taken them out of a fair few standard boxes of chocolates!

Can you buy JUST boxes of coffee creams on their own?

NewtsSuitcase Mon 27-Nov-17 18:50:15

Ive already eaten all of the coffee roses meant for christmas blush so will be watching this thread.

MorrisZapp Mon 27-Nov-17 18:50:52

Yes you can. Tk maxx sells chocolate creams by Beechs, they do lovely flavours including rose and coffee.
The Poundshop occasionally has them too.

I adore coffee creams and often hunt them out! Marks and Spencers do a coffee selection but it's only in about half their shops, half the time.

esiotrot2015 Mon 27-Nov-17 18:51:00

Have you tried amazon groceries ? They usually have stuff like this

Jaffalong Mon 27-Nov-17 21:24:32

Hotel chocolate do packs of coffee creams and lots of other flavours.

coffee creams

reallyorange Mon 27-Nov-17 21:26:22

I LOVE those tiramisu Hotel Chocolat ones but they aren't like normal coffee creams. Slightly cheesecakey!

Jaffalong Mon 27-Nov-17 21:28:53

I can't find straight coffee creams, I found a coffee and walnut cake flavour. It's all a bit fancy for Christmas

coffee and walnut cake flavour coffee creams

PeaceLoveAndDixie Mon 27-Nov-17 22:42:48

M&S have a nice coffee selection for under £3

DownTheChimney Mon 27-Nov-17 22:47:58

Thornton's do coffee creams on their own.

MrsJayy Mon 27-Nov-17 22:51:26

Whitaker and Beeches do coffee creams i get beeches every year we have a n olde fashioned sweet shop in our town they sell them.

MorrisZapp Tue 28-Nov-17 10:57:21

Poundshop often has the Whittaker ones but usually in mint. Coffee is gold dust!

TheVanguardSix Tue 28-Nov-17 11:02:27

Poundland! Saviour of all that is perceived to be outdated and unwanted by the general public.
I'd be lost without Poundland.

Toffeefees would have died a death if it weren't for Poundland. But look at Toffeefee now! King's new clothes, mark 2.

SchadenfreudePersonified Tue 28-Nov-17 11:07:18

Thorntons! Thorntons do coffe creams (and now I was some . . .)

KingLooieCatz Tue 28-Nov-17 11:22:04

Coming on to suggest garden centres, strange but usually true, but you have plenty of suggestions already.

MuseumGardens Tue 28-Nov-17 11:26:36

I've noticed that too. I wish they'd take the orange ones out instead. No one in our house likes them.

just5morepeas Tue 28-Nov-17 11:37:01

Thorntons! I love coffee creams and I used to buy those.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Tue 28-Nov-17 11:44:28

Very useful thanks everyone and thanks for asking OP.

OwlKiss Tue 28-Nov-17 14:36:16

I agree Whitaker and Beech's are both good, we have a local shop that sells them both.
I am obsessed with the Whitaker black cherry creams, DH likes the lime ones, so coffee ones don't usually get a look-in.

TimeForMy10thCuppa Tue 28-Nov-17 18:00:32

Thanks for asking this OP. Coffee chocolates are mt fave. Ye old sweetshope in the town centre, b&m and poundland used to do them but havnt seen any in a while. I could eat a bag of coffee creams right now.

Justonedayatatime11 Tue 28-Nov-17 18:11:32

Beeches dark chocolate coffee creams are by far the best. I stupidly ordered 4 boxes of MILK chocolate ones which just aren't the same!

missyB1 Tue 28-Nov-17 18:13:38

Oh I love coffee creams and orange ones! Off to Thornton’s tomorrow!

Taffeta Tue 28-Nov-17 18:16:16

I’ve got my DC a box of Toffifees each as they lurve the cheesy advert grin

Slightly off piste but I’m a huge coffee fan and have recently discovered Waitrose 1 coffee shortbread. They are to die for

MorrisZapp Wed 29-Nov-17 21:17:20

Tk maxx had boxes of Beechs coffee creams in Edinburgh today.

Unicorn81 Wed 29-Nov-17 23:21:32

Whittakers from b and m, one or two pounds and taste great

DownTheChimney Thu 30-Nov-17 13:35:42

Whittakers from b and m, one or two pounds and taste great

Oooh going B & M tomorrow, they're on my list now fgrin

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