If you want to treat your special someone to something a little extra nice this Easter, take a look at these six marvellous ideas.
The range of Easter eggs provided by Prestat, the Queen’s chocolatiers, is usually pretty special, but the ‘Marc de Champagne Truffle’ egg has got to be their masterpiece. Filled with exquisite truffles, it is made from velvety, simply divine milk chocolate. It is available in two sizes and will cost you £15 or £23.50, which is not at all bad for such a heavenly treat.
A similarly priced gem, costing £24.99, is available from Thornton’s. Weighing in at an unbelievable 1 kg, the ‘Marvellously Magnificent’ egg is big enough to keep any chocolate lover for a while.
Priced at £40, Pierre Hermé’s delicious milk and dark chocolate egg is delightfully decorated with almonds, candied ginger and hazelnuts; orange and pistachios. Inside, it holds a lovely crowd of miniature eggs. `Oeuf Mendiant` is a yummy treat by anyone’s standards.
La Maison du Chocolat Frisoton has moved away from simple eggs and instead offer adorable lambs with curly, sumptuous chocolate fleeces. Clenching a daisy in their teeth, these delightful lambs hide a secret praline egg stash. The ultimate in indulgence, these treats will set you back £65 a piece.
Say it with Roses
Decorated with a white, hand-crafted sugar paste rose, the ‘Yorkshire White Rose’ egg by Yorkshire chocolatiers Bettys is a real treat made from dark Swiss Grand Cru chocolate. Beautiful to look at and extremely tasty, this egg will cost you £25.95.
If your loved one has a bit of a dark side, try an egg inspired by Mexico’s traditions for the ‘Day of the Dead’. Tasting simply divine, the Rococo Day of the Dead Easter eggs from Harvey Nicholls are decorated with a skull and cost £
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