Well hello there humans, so we meet again.
This delightful Sunday afternoon isn’t like any ordinary delightful Sunday afternoon. Oh no, for today, I welcome you to an egg-stra special Easter High Five.
So just for today, forget guacamole and all the other stuff I usually mutter on about. Today, it’s all about the chocolate.
Now I realize you’re probably sat at home, munching on an egg or two, but I’m warning you in advance, prepare to get some serious egg-envy. We have hunted high and low, far and wide, just to bring you the very best of the best when it comes to the EE world. So, enjoy.
First of all, I present to you the eye-wateringly pricey. (See far left) We all love a bit of chocolate from time-to-time, but I’m sure you’ll agree, parting with £10,000 for some is a little excessive. However since it was auctioned off for charity, it’s worth every penny.
Next up, we’ve got the real deal. It’s time to pick up on our French, pronto, as we’re heading to Paris for this one. To Jadis et Gourmande, to be exact, where hen eggs have been craftilly filled with chocolate praline goodness. Oh damn, now I’m feeling pretty hungry…
Now this next one, I would happily have in my garden. Who cares if money doesn’t really grow on trees – easter eggs do, and boy am I thrilled. Located in Germany, this incredible tree is decorated every year, and is transformed into a larger than life chocolate delight. Have a little google of the ‘Volker Kraft easter tree’ to see more awesome, hunger-inducing snaps.
Here we have a serious case of badass. No longer is there a need to create a magical potion of chocolate and clockwork, (because let’s be honest, you’ve always wanted to do that haven’t you?) hell no, you can simply save your time and effort, and buy one. All for yours at a bargain price of £5,000. What you waiting for?
Now finally, I’ve calmed myself from all the easter bunny excitement, and I’m raking it in a little. This Hotel Chocolat offering is probably something a little more like what you have in front of you right now. Having said that, it has an uberly awesome caramel shaped twist to it. And at under £7, it’s something I’m gonna feel less guilty indulging in.
So last of all, may I wish you a very merry easter, and ask how many eggs you plan on demolishing today? Apologies, I really don’t mean to be personal, I just want to feel less guilty about how many I plan on eating…
Bryony Dodds ate far too many Easter eggs