NESTLE has brought out a new variety of the Quality Street chocolate bar and customers are all saying the same thing.
The new "favourites" bars, like the original chocolates but bigger in size, have been hitting supermarket shelves and are on sale online.
They come in the purple one and orange crunch flavours.
We spotted them on sale at Iceland, Co-Op, Asda, B&M and other major supermarkets.
The majority of retailers are selling both treats for £1 each, while we found them for £1.25 at Sainsbury's.
It could be worth giving them a go, as shoppers are saying they can't get enough of them.
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One said: "These are amazingly good."
Another said: "My favourite one!"
A third enthused shopper added: "Now THESE look yummy."
Of course, it's always worth shopping around when looking to buy products like this as you may find them cheaper elsewhere.
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Websites like Trolley.co.uk allow you to compare prices across a number of supermarkets.
We looked online to find out how much the two Quality Street favourites bars were selling for and there wasn't much difference between all the retailers.
Iceland, Co-Op, Morrisons, Tesco, B&M Asda are all selling the orange crunch flavour, weighing 84 grams, for £1.
Meanwhile, Iceland, Co-Op, Asda and B&M are all stocking the purple one, weighing 87g, for £1.
Both flavours cost £1.25 each at Sainsbury's.
Farm Foods, with 300 stores across Great Britain, is selling the bars for 79p though so cheaper than anywhere else.
To find your nearest Farm Foods store, you can use its store locator.
However, a 600g box of Quality Street is more cost-effective than buying the favourites bars.
For example, at Asda you're paying 67p per 100 grams of chocolate when buying the 600g tub, and £1.19 when buying either of the favourites bars.
Of course, each product is different in the tubs, but it may be a small price to pay for a cheaper deal.
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