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Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs are becoming increasingly popular with the likes of Hotel Chocolat, Divine, Green & Blacks. But you’re getting more fancy dark chocolate eggs from the likes of Amazon¬†who sell the likes off the Ouef Orfevre which is a top quality dark chocolate Easter egg or even the Oeuf Boheme.
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The Top 5 Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs
We absolutely love the 2012 selection of Hotel Chocolat Easter eggs. They have extended the usual ‘sandwiches’ into the dark chocolate category and added a sprinkling of cacao nibs too. They call it the “Egg Sandwich Seriously Dark Wrap” which you can get for just ¬£8 each or 3 for ¬£21 which will give you ¬£1 off each.
If you are definitely buying for a dark chocolate lover then you should really try out there Serious Dark Fix Extra Thick Egg which does cost a hefty ¬£24 but it is one heck of an Easter egg! I can’t remember exactly how heavy this one is, but I’ve tried their other extra thick Easter eggs and know I couldn’t finish those of in one day
And for a serious dark chocolate lover that you just have to impress then try the Dark Chocolate Ostrich Egg which just enormous, giant, massive – whatever you want to call it. It’s stupidly large and weighs a staggering 1.4kg which should last even the most ardent fan feeling they can’t eat it all!
When it comes to luxury Easter eggs which are made from dark chocolate you should try the Purist Extra Thick Easter egg which is made from 65% cacao from their Rabot Estate in Saint Lucia and some 70% Chuao which comes from Venezuala – which is very highly regarded! You’ll also get 10 premium Purist pralines which have been made with Piedmont hazelnuts. If there is any Easter egg from Hotel Chocolat I crave just now – this is it!
For the kids they do these funky dark chocolate Eggs & Soldiers which are dark chocolate half-shells with praline and white chocolate – these are what I call fun. They also have the Tiddly Chicks which are very cute too and only cost ¬£5. These would be a great way of keeping your child’s sugar intact down over the Easter period.
But don’t forget about your local supermarket too as Tesco do some very good dark chocolate Easter eggs in their Finest range such as the Marble Easter egg.
Also have a think about if it’d be a good idea to get your loved-one or family an organic, Fairtrade or flavoured Easter eggs – you can often get them in the dark chocolate varieties too.