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Ahh, we’re back into Divineland. And again I’m faced with a lovely Divine Easter Egg. This one is significantly larger than the last and weighs in at a hefty 240g. And itâ€™s just as full to the brim with flavour and emotional goodness.
Again, this Divine Easter egg has a minimal amount of superfluous packaging. Itâ€™s kept to a minimum which may let the egg float around the box but there are so much more important things than an Easter egg imperfectly placed within its packaging. But, what this Easter egg lacks in orientation it makes up with by being adorned by a cute mauve ribbon – which gives it that extra feeling of quality.
When you place the egg next to the golden box of truffles then you can see that this Easter egg is placed at slightly at the higher end of the market, perhaps at wives and girlfriends?
And when you disrobe it you’ll see a good quality milk chocolate that has a minimum of 27% cocoa solids and a wonderful shine.
The chocolate is fairly thick – thick enough to resist a good amount of force. But more importantly, the flavours are milky, sweet and velvety. I couldn’t eat too much of it as it was very sweet, but those who wish to have a tasty sugar rush then dive in – you won’t regret it.
The six Marc de Champagne truffles were unusual. They had a light and fluffy consistency similar to that of Milky Way. There was no crunch there, which I like, but we can have too much of a good thing at times. The important thing to note is that other truffles may be full of artificial flavourings and preservatives; these aren’t so that’ll affect the taste and texture. For those that like their chocolates to be delicate and without a great deal of punch then you’re onto a winner here.