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Here I’m going to think of each and every type of person that you’d probably want to buy Easter eggs for and try and recommend, from my many years of reviewing chocolate at this time of year, which may be best for them. I’ll create an in-depth review as more chocolate companies add the eggs to their sites.
Hotel Chocolat have a great selection of Easter eggs for girlfriends, but it depends how much you’d like to spend. At the very top end of the scale they have their Champagne Truffle Easter Egg which costs Â£47 but is as beautiful as they come. Slightly cheaper they have the Eggsellency eggs which come in dark or milk chocolate varieties for Â£27. If you wanted to spend even less then they have a range of very sophisticated mini eggs such as the dark gianduja egg which is top quality. And if you just wanted to buy a little Easter gift, perhaps they’re a new girlfriend, then why not try the Quackers the Duck which only costs Â£6.50. I’ve done a feature on these in my Easter eggs for adults page, see what you think of them.
If you wanted to push the boat out and get her something more sophisticated then why not try a Betty’s Cru Easter egg?
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Thorntons have a variety of interesting “Great British Pudding” Easter eggs that could be an option. As men/boys are often more into the size of things these are pretty decent at 430g and cost Â£14.99 each. I’ll create a new page and look at other options including some very stylish eggs and others which would suit their inner geek!
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Easter eggs are mainly made for kids so you shouldn’t really have many problems buying them. To be honest, your best bet to get them as cheap as possible is to pop to your local supermarket as they’ll often have deals on. Other than that you can get big hamper style collections of discounted Easter eggs from Cadbury Gifts Direct which should satisfy the most ferocious apatite of any child.
Amazon have a couple of choices with cheap delivery, or even free delivery if you’re with their Prime programme. Pets at Home normally also sell them, but I’m waiting for them to put their seasonal treats online. You’ll get free delivery when you spend over Â£29 too, otherwise it’ll be Â£4.95.
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I’ll also have a look at Easter eggs for new mums, dads, friends and why you shouldn’t give Easter eggs for babies.
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I’ve put together a list of chocolate shops in London that sell the most interesting Easter eggs. Some people might be leaving their Easter shopping late so here’s a quick guide for people that wish to go Easter egg shopping on the Saturday before Easter Sunday (Holy Saturday).