Nestlé reveals Toffee Deluxe is returning to Quality Street tubs this Christmas

Nestlé have announced they are bringing back the Toffee Deluxe to Quality Street tubs for Christmas.

Many Quality Street lovers have been holding a grudge against the brand for getting rid of what they considered to be the best sweet in the classic tubs – but if you include yourself in the bunch, then we have some great news that will probably make your Christmas.

Nestlé have announced they are bringing the Toffee Deluxe to the wider variety tins and tubs, after removing it from the boxes last year to replace it with Honeycomb Crunch for its 80th birthday.

While the Toffee Deluxe didn’t completely disappear and fans could still get their fix from the Toffees and Fudge range, festive chocolate was never quite the same again and the decision sparked a huge reaction online.

Now Nestlé have redeemed themselves as they revealed that they’re not only bringing Toffee Deluxe back, they’re also keeping Honeycomb Crunch – so you get 13 different sweets instead of the usual 12.

‘Quality Street is a brand that is all about bringing families and friends together through the love of each person’s individual favourite sweet’, Jonathan Smith from the sweet brand said.

Fans were outraged when Toffee Deluxe was removed from tubs last year

‘We are delighted to be keeping both sweets in the assortment and giving consumers even more choice, moving from 12 to 13 different sweets overall.’

Of course Quality Street lovers took to social media to reveal how happy they were about the sweet news, with some even asking the brand before the big announcement if they would be ‘ruining’ a second Christmas for them.

‘Dear @QualityStreetUK, please tell me you won’t ruin a second Christmas for me? Please tell me you’re bringing back the #toffeedeluxe?’, one woman wrote, to what the brand replied ‘Your Christmas wishes may come true Elizabeth 😉💜’

A second user wrote: ‘YESSSSSSSSSSSS!!! Toffees should never be axed, get rid of the orange and strawberry muck and replace with more toffee or fudge please!’, while a third said ‘This has just made my day 😍😍😍’.

However, not everyone was over the moon about the news. A fourth user commented on the brand’s announcement: ‘Nope. Sorry but I leave all the toffee ones….. too much expensive dental work to risk it.’

Well, our Christmas wishes have come true – thanks Santa!

Are you happy Toffee Deluxe is back for Christmas? Let us know in the comments!