Tasted: Easter Eggs
By Martin Isark
Most people want an Easter Egg that looks good and tastes nice. Buy early if you want any of the below as they disappear off the shelf well before Easter Sunday.
When you are buying an Easter Egg make sure it’s right type of chocolate… for you are never going to convince a milk chocolate lover that dark is the best whatever the packaging. So make sure that you get the type of chocolate right then the packaging.
Easter Eggs are pricey, and gram for gram a chocolate bar or bag of truffles is always going to be cheaper option, but your children or your friends are not going to be impressed with anything less than a beautiful wrapped egg for their Easter gift. Check out the below.
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Prestat Sea Salt Truffle Easter Egg
A classy milk chocolate egg and truffles that delver moreish mouthful with a sophisticated sea salted lick. Tasted by Martin Isark.
Cadbury Creme Egg
Cadbury’s Creme Egg? No rivals. If the size and price fits – put it in the trolley. Tasted by Martin Isark. WIdely available
Stas Dark Chocolate Egg Flower Design
A well crafted and designed dark chocolate egg that will hit spot for lovers of plain chocolate. Tasted by Martin Isark. Available from Waitrose & Ocado
The ‘eco egg box’ style packaging won’t impress ‘it must look pretty’ before I eat it, but whatever – the dark chocolate with cocoa nibs is first rate. Tasted by Martin Isark. Available from Waitrose & Ocado
Butlers Milk Chocolate Egg & Truffle Eggs
This milk chocolate egg with chocolate truffles looks and tastes good. Will impress all milk chocolate lovers. Tasted by Martin Isark. Available from Waitrose
Booja-Booja Fine de Champagne Large Easter Egg
Adults only! A beautiful inedible egg case filled with a bag of serious champagne flavoured truffles. Tasted by Martin Isark. Available from Ocado
Aero Peppermint Egg with Mug & 2 Bars
This peppermint flavoured bubbly chocolate egg has that ‘I must have another and another bite’ quality. Tasted by Martin Isark.