Coming up to Easter you can buy chocolate Easter eggs almost anywhere from your local corner shop to all the big supermarkets, but you can also get some wonderful chocolate Easter eggs online, and some you can’t get in the shops. So I have put together a list of online shops that sell Easter eggs and the links to the pages that have the Easter eggs on.
Luxury chocolate Easter eggs with a wow factor, presented beautifully designed chic packaging. All Hotel Chocolat Easter Eggs and Easter chocolates are own brand and they even grow their own cocoa. Hotel Chocolat has the widest selection of Easter Eggs, gorgeous flavours, a variety sizes and the biggest price range starting at £7.00 for the Tiddly Pot Eggs and finishing at £75.00 for the Ostrich sized Easter eggs.
See all of Hotel Chocolat’s Easter eggs and Easter chocolate, on their website here.
Synonymous with chocolate and chocolate Easter eggs Thorntons are a British favourite. Available from numerous shops and Thorntons own high street shops, the Thorntons website sells its own brand Easter eggs along side Easter treats, cards, flowers and hampers. The cheapest eggs start at £3.99 for plain chocolate and decorated eggs and the most expensive is eggs are the Thorntons Continental Luxury Easter Egg and the Marvellously Magnificent 1kg Easter Egg, both at £24.99.
Ethically sourced organic chocolate, Green & Black’s chocolate has a rich and unique taste. The Green & Black’s site sells individual Easter eggs, collections of eggs and luxury hampers filled with eggs.
The high street department store which has a wonderful chocolate range, they don’t make their own chocolate but they do stock some of the smaller chocolate makers ranges including; Rococo, Farhi, The Cocoa Bean Company, James Chococlates and Cocoa Loco and some of the better known names including Charbonnel et Walker, Montezuma, Chococo, Prestat and Hotel Chocolat.
Niederegger Easter Eggs:
You can see all of the chocolate eggs and other Easter chocolate here on the John Lewis site.
Selfridges are known for their designer fashion and luxury items, and the food & wine combines fashion and luxury with high end chocolate and unique Easter goodies, offering something a little different alongside well know chocolate brands including Lindt, Chococo, Rococo, Booja-Booja, Prestat, Cadbury, Kinder and Mopec.
Selfridges sell the two largest eggs you can buy for Easter 2014:
Rococo Easter Eggs:
Exquisite truffles, gorgeous bonbons and delicious chocolate gifts handmade in house by award winning chocolatiers in the boutique chocolate shop in Notting Hill, London, home of the world famous Sea Salted Caramel Bonbons. The melt Easter range brings together chocolate for young and old with a stunning selection of couture Easter eggs, chocolate Easter hampers and some rather beautiful chocolate figures.