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.
Pralines normally don't do it for me, but these from Marc Demaqette are just damn fine. They have the balance of sweet and salty mixed with a smooth texture with just the odd piece of caramelised hazelnut nib.
At 5mm it's certainly thicker than most Easter eggs and the quality of the milk chocolate is definitely much better than most of the milk chocolate you'll find in the supermarkets. At £6.50 each or £13 for three then it's not bad value either.
If you just have to have an Easter egg that no other chocolate shop would have created then this is the one for your. Personally I found the flavours a touch too strange for my liking as it had a strange bitterness, but I'm sure some people will love it
These Dippy Eggs from Thorntons aren't the company's finest ever moment. For me they're far too sweet and sugary and have a strange texture. If you just wanted to get something cheap then they're fine, but they're not something to be savoured.
Nestlé do make the worst chocolate that I get to review on this site and this Quality Street Easter Egg is no better than anything else they make, but I know the company and brand have their fans, but I just can't stand their chocolate.