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Your favourite Christmas chocolates?

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Opheliasgoldenwine Thu 07-Dec-17 01:24:55

Mine are Quality Street but DP said Celebrations shock
What is your favourite?

ProseccoMamam Thu 07-Dec-17 01:26:43

Heroes, they are the only tub that doesn't have one particular chocolate left till the end when then 'best ones' have been eaten so they win hands down.

LockedOutOfMN Thu 07-Dec-17 01:32:54

Roses. Live abroad so haven't had Roses in what feels like years but is presumably since last Christmas, which we spent in the U.K. The hazelnut whirl is the best.

poooooooop Thu 07-Dec-17 05:52:34

Lindt balls, the red ones! There's an outlet shop near me and you can go round with a bag like a pick m mix!

lostlalaloopsy Thu 07-Dec-17 06:27:38

pooooop where is this shop you mention? It sounds like a place of dreams!!! Lindt balls are also my favourite!!

poooooooop Thu 07-Dec-17 06:36:07

It's at the Cheshire oaks outlet grin

cliffdiver Thu 07-Dec-17 06:45:25

Red Lindt balls, kept in the fridge.

Mugshotzforlunch Thu 07-Dec-17 06:49:22

Heroes for the same reason another pp has said.

PasDeDeux Thu 07-Dec-17 11:30:21

Guylian seashells yumyumyum

Commuterface Thu 07-Dec-17 11:33:30

Ferrero Rocher - I like the mixed box with the originals, dark ones and white ones.

Goldenhandshake Thu 07-Dec-17 11:52:31

Celebrations, Quality street and lindt balls!

woofmiaowwoof Thu 07-Dec-17 11:58:08

ferrero rocher - everytime I eat them I think of the old adverts and reminds me of childhood. Similiarly cheesy footballs, and twiglets in the tubes.

Maverick66 Thu 07-Dec-17 11:59:38


Commuterface Thu 07-Dec-17 12:02:43

YES to cheese footballs!

FoofFighter Thu 07-Dec-17 12:04:07

Used to be Roses but they taste like vomit now, and are teeeny tiny.

Have recently discovered Lindt balls though <3

I am also weird and like the marzipan fruits, fruit jellies and turkish delight, even though I know not chocolates.

NotAPuffin Thu 07-Dec-17 12:09:11

White chocolate peppermint Lindor. I've had to ban them from the house, they're so very, very good. Guylian shells too. I also love Moser Roth assortments from Aldi.

n0ne Thu 07-Dec-17 12:12:37

Sorry to be that person, but Bendicks mint collection is unbeatable

yasmin05 Thu 07-Dec-17 12:12:43

Just plain milkyway and cheese footballs too! smile

TheBadgersMadeMeDoIt Thu 07-Dec-17 12:14:48

The best ever were the Cadbury's assorted chocolate covered nuts. My Mum used to buy a massive box of them every year and they cost an arm and a leg. I remember getting such an earful when I scoffed too many in one go.

They don't make them any more 😠

Erica891 Thu 07-Dec-17 12:15:31

Roses here too. It's my all time favorite! smile

CoffeeAndEnnui Thu 07-Dec-17 12:20:17

I used to love Neopolitans. They were tiny individuals 'bars' of chocolate (like the wee ones that used to go in the toy Cadbury dispenser) in flavours like coffee and orange, with dark and milk options.

The wrappers looked a bit like Pantone colour strips and they were the best thing in the world. I am gutted they no longer exist. I almost cracked and bought the Green & Blacks mini bar box when they were on offer at Tesco to try to recreate the experience. But they are not weeny enough and I know it wouldn't be the same. Sigh.

isittheholidaysyet Thu 07-Dec-17 12:20:19

I don't like heroes and celebrations. They are not special. They are normal everyday chocs in smaller portions!

I like
Black magic
All gold
Lindt lindor
Chocolate Brazil nuts.

(I love cheese football's. No one else in this house does. So they are all mine!)

Opheliasgoldenwine Thu 07-Dec-17 12:27:06

Pas they're amazing but do they count as Christmas chocolates? If so, I'd like to change my answer grin

pollywollydoodle Thu 07-Dec-17 12:30:42

Dark Lindor balls for me and assorted for rest of the family mixed in a tin
Green and Blacks tasting boxes

pollywollydoodle Thu 07-Dec-17 12:32:33

Guylian Seashells have changed their recipe... not good now sad

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