Cadbury’s Easter ...
For ¬£17.50 you get 15 Easter eggs, plus a bag and a tube of mini eggs. This has to be the cheapest way to organise and Easter egg hunt.
Would you expect an extra thick Easter egg to be 2mm in places this one was. Around the edge it was just over 1mm. The chocolate was good though and the experience worth paying extra for.
Dermaquette Giant Easte...
If you're lucky enough to live in London then you've just got to try this one from Marc Demarquette as it's a giant milk chocolate egg and has some utterly wonderful sea salt and strawberry caramel seashells.
Montezuma’s Eco E...
This has to be one of the best dark chocolate Easter eggs I've reviewed this year, what's more it's eco-friendly, tasty, organic, gluten free and suitable for vegans! Also it's great value for money.
These are there only Easter eggs I've reviewed so far that have had lovely fillings within two layers of the chocolate shell. For the main I loved them, but the last was very sweet. If you wanted to find a novelty Easter gift made with quality ingredients then this has to be it.
I absolutely loved the strange flavours accompanying the dark chocolate. You've got espresso, Maya gold, sour cherry, mint, ginger and burnt toffee. For ¬£25 I'd say this Easter egg hamper from Green & Blacks is exceptional value - especially as you can save 10% with the voucher code!
If you wanted some chocolates to amaze a loved-one these just have to be them. They're incredibly well thought-through with flavours and textures in each egg that both contrast and compliment each other. You've got ganaches, feullantines, pralines and more.