The Most Popular Chocolates In Each Christmas Tin Have Been REVEALED
Justice for the Coconut Eclair
Everyone knows that the highly underrated but absolute best thing about Christmas is the multiple tins of chocolate that you have in the living room, which are somehow made of imaginary calories and don’t even count as real snacking. They're magical.
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It’s just not Crimbo unless there’s a tub of Quality Street, Roses, Celebrations and Miniature Heroes somewhere in the house at all times - usually full of half empty wrappers thanks to your annoying siblings.
But this year, YouGov have finally answered one of the biggest festive debates and stopped the arguments once and for all, by conducting a survey to discover exactly what are the best miniature chocolates inside each of the classic ranges?
The official UK faves have been REVEALED, and there’s some truly shocking results to be found.
When it comes to Quality Street, the people of the UK are here for The Purple One which came out firmly on top, while Green Triangle, Caramel Swirl and slightly controversial Strawberry Delight came just behind.
Justice for Coconut Eclair though, which was only named by 13% of participants as a fave. A travesty.
Stick your hand in a tub of Roses and the survey reckons that you’re most likely to reach for Hazel In Caramel apparently, while others opted for Golden Barrel or Hazel Whirl as the ultimate choice.
Brazilian Darkness and Caramel Bite officially suck though, which we all knew anyway.
It doesn’t take a genius to guess that the always-grabbed Maltesers Teaser is the champion of champs inside a Celebrations box, closely followed by both varieties of Galaxy and, SHOCK HORROR, the humble Bounty.
Meanwhile, Mars has officially been declared an absolute Scrooge of a chocolate choice.
And last but not least, if we’re talking Cadbury Heroes then it’s four for Twirl, Dairy Milk and Wispa, you go Twirl, Dairy Milk and Wispa - while it’s none for Creme Egg Twisted and Eclair bye.
Anyway, who are these people that actually register what type of chocolate they’re eating, rather than just shoving a constant supply of them into their gob without even looking?
Don’t you know anything about Christmas?
Words by Lucy Wood