Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs

Experience the darker side of chocolate with our dark chocolate Easter eggs. We use high levels of cacao to capture the bitter, savoury tones of the humble cacao bean. Our dark Easter eggs are there to be enjoyed by all, with texture as a main focus. Are you ready to experience an impressive snap with a velvety, melt-on-the-tongue finish? Venture over to the dark side this Easter. ... See More
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Dark Chocolate Easter Egg Inspiration, Delivered.

Come over to the dark chocolate side this Easter with our array of dark chocolate Easter eggs. High levels of cacao bring nuanced, slightly savoury tones for a luxury chocolate taste experience. It’s our insider knowledge that really lets the cacao bean take centre stage this Easter season. Why not be a part of it?

But don’t worry, even the darkest of our chocolate is never too bitter — we pride ourselves on striking the perfect balance. Our elegant and sophisticated dark Easter eggs are the perfect way to satisfy your cacao cravings this Easter. If you fancy something especially bold, why not explore our Simple Dark Chocolate Eggs? They’re made with two of our darkest chocolate grades — 70% dark on the outside, and sumptuously rich 85% Ghanaian dark on the inside.

Looking for a vegan Easter egg? We have a few options available for you within this season’s dark chocolate egg range. Choose from our Vegan* Chocolate Rabbert Hollow with Tiddly Pot made from 45% Nutmilk, our Dark Chocolate City Easter Bunnies, or our 70% Dark Chocolate Easter Egg made with a naturally-coloured decorative yolk.

As our mantra is more cacao, less sugar, we appreciate the way dark chocolate effortlessly captures the deep, rich accents of the cacao bean. It’s chocolate for those who have more than a sweet tooth — instead, a genuine appreciation for the subtle flavours and aromas found in different cacao from around the world.

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