Friday, 22 March 2013

Thorntons Easter Eggs ~ Product Review



Easter is just around the corner and every where you go there are Easter goodies for sale. Cute little Easter chicks and bunnies in wicker baskets to mini Easter eggs to amazing family size Easter Eggs from many well known companies that weigh a ton and are a chocoholics dream treat.

A couple of weeks ago I was sent two lovely Easter Eggs by Thornton’s. One being their Black forest gateau  and the other was a family sized giant Easter egg called The Marvellously Magnificent.

My favourite cake is the Black forest gateau so I was thrilled to receive the black forest gateau Easter egg. I was intrigued as to how the flavours of the Black forest gateau be replicated in an Easter egg. I was pleasantly surprised, the egg is made with chunky dark chocolate, juicy cherries and chocolate curls. It has a gorgeous blend of textures and berry flavours.

The Marvellously Magnificent egg was big and proud; it weighed 1 kg and was seriously humongous. It had solid walls of chocolate almost 1cm thick. The chocolate was rich and creamy and melted on the palate. 


The best thing about the Thornton’s Eggs is that they are suitable for vegetarians; they have no gluten in them and are free from any artificial colours and flavours. Thornton’s range includes eggs of all sizes and prices so whether you want a mini treat for Easter or a family sized Egg, there is something for everyone with reasonable prices to suit every budget.

Thankyou to Thorntons for sending me the Eggs to review, unfortunately they did not last until Easter day as they were so delicious. All the views in this post are my own.

3 comments:

  1. This is such a useful review with the amount of eggs there are out there its nice to have some input on what some of them are like :) Thank you

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  2. Brought back memories of England! I always got my Xmas candy fro them! Do join me @ Annarasa for Food Event: Dhaba Food/ Street Food + Giveaway! http://annarasaessenceoffood.blogspot.com/2013/03/food-event-your-favourite-street-food.html

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