Easter is right round the corner which means some of our favourite chocolatiers are coming out with some tasty themed treats. Here’s our list of the best chocolates for chocolate lovers this Easter.
Hotel Chocolat has a multitude of Easter themed chocolates to choose from from mini eggs to extra thick eggs. If you want to start with something small, the Nibble & Peck is perfect with 15 milk chocolate bunnies and chicks. For those with a bigger sweet tooth, the Rocky Road Caramel Extra Thick Easter Egg is a fantastically large egg withÂ cookie-textured milk and caramel eggshell with smaller eggs packed inside. Hotel ChocolatÂ Easter chocolatesÂ range fromÂ Â£4.00 toÂ Â£75.00.
Prestat has been a trusted name in the chocolate truffle world since 1891 and they go big during the Easter season. If you’re willing to spend a pretty penny, their Bunny’s Best Kept Secret Hamper is absolutely brimming with chocolates and truffles;Â a rainbow of mini foiled eggs, aÂ polka dot egg filled with hazelnut praline, another egg with pecan praline truffles, red velvet truffles, a jewel box packed with their favourite chocolates and three chocolate bars. Decadent, right? Only costsÂ Â£95.00. For a more reasonable treat, they have several easter eggs filled with different flavoured truffles forÂ Â£15.00.
The Chocolate Society
This season, The Chocolate Society has launched two new Easter egg ranges:Â The Pastel Egg and the Grooved Egg. The Pastel Eggs come in three flavours; blonde, milk, and dark chocolate, and are filled with truffles of their respected flavours. The Grooved Eggs come in the same flavours but areÂ individually carved out to make the grooves. These eggs also come with six truffles.
Charbonnel Et Walker
The chocolate endorsed by the royals also has a line of Easter treats. This year they spotlight beloved character Peter Rabbit. There are Peter Rabbit white and milk chocolate bars forÂ Â£4.50 as well as chocolate bar sets and gift sets that include a Peter Rabbit stuffed toy and book.
James Chocolate Easter range includes cute chocolate animals; like sheep, cows, and pigs; as well as various eggs with flavours like champagne, white, and milk chocolate.
Rococo is not just a decadent art style, it is a decadent chocolatier with hand painted Easter eggs. These designs include a leaping hair, Japanese birds, and little chicks ranging fromÂ Â£17.50 toÂ Â£32.50. This collection also includes chocolate animals like a bunny playing a banjo, a bunny playing a drum, a bunny playing an accordion, and a resting chicken in a basket. There is also a line of quail eggs in Rococo boxes.