William Curley Extra Thick Easter Egg – Dark Chocolate Salted Maple Caramel

The Most Egg-stravagant Easter Eggs for 2021

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Looking for the best luxury Easter eggs for 2021? You’ve come to the right place. Below we round up the finest Easter treats on the market right now.  

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  • Cave Things Happy Chocolates

    Cave Things Happy Chocolates, £45

    Instead of sticking with the classic egg, why not mix things up with this box from Cave Things? The handmade chocolates are an assortment of rose and violet cream flavours, designed by Nick Cave.

  • Easter Egg from Hotel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel

    Easter Egg from Hotel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel

    Le Boudoir, the cognac shop at Hotel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel, has taken edible artistry to new heights with its symbolic Easter egg. It’s been designed to represent the celebrated 1973 Citroen DS car that ushers hotel guests around the capital, and the Parisian pavements of the Place de la Concorde. Order enquiries: [email protected]

  • William Curley Extra Thick Easter Egg – Dark Chocolate Salted Maple Caramel

    William Curley Extra Thick Easter Egg, Dark Chocolate Salted Maple Caramel, from £40

    The ultimate luxury for maple syrup fans, this William Curley extra thick Easter eggs contains luxury salted maple caramel coutures in the middle. An absolutely heavenly addition to your seasonal celebrations.

  • Daylesford The Gardener's Egg

    Daylesford Gardener’s Egg, £40

    Naturally, Daylesford’s Easter offering is all made with sustainably sourced and ethical cocoa – but our top pick is the The Gardener’s Egg, which comes with bee-friendly Phacelia flower seeds for spring sowing.

  • Ladurée by Chapon

    Ladurée by Patrick Chapon, The dark chocolate egg, £28

    Ladurée has partnered with French artisan chocolatier Patric Chapon for its upcoming Easter collection. Our top pick is the dark chocolate egg, created with 75% Chuao chocolate encrusted with toasted almonds. Available at the Burlington Arcade boutique

  • The Emissary Egg

    The Emissary Easter Egg, £59

    British chocolate connoisseur William Curley is behind this thick, indulgent egg from prosecco brand The Emissary. It has been crafted using Amedei chocolate, a family-run producer from Tuscany often regarded as the best in the world. Inside, you’ll find a selection of mango and passion fruit truffles infused with prosecco – plus it comes with a bottle of The Emissary Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG. Available for pre-order only

  • BRIK Cherry Walnut Easter Egg

    Brik Cherry and Walnut Egg, £7.50

    Bespoke chocolate brand BRIK has launched a new collection of Easter Egg Domes: a modern take on the traditional Danish treat, flødeboller. Each egg contains a soft Italian meringue on a marzipan base – this variety with flavours of cherry and half a walnut resting on the marzipan. All ingredients are natural and sustainably sourced too. This is an eco-friendly option

  • Claridge's Easter Egg

    Claridge’s Easter Egg, £55

    It’s no surprise the Claridge’s egg wins on style every year. Available to collect from the hotel or buy online, the chic creations are made by pastry chef Yago Doamo entirely by hand over three days in the Claridge’s kitchens, then wrapped in Art Deco monochrome foil and bound with ribbon. Available end of Feb

  • Hotel Chocolat Ostrich Egg

    Hotel Chocolat The Ostrich Egg, £80

    This egg is enormous. It’s filled with any array of 27 full-sized chocolates, and has an inch-thick shell. You’d better make sure you are wearing your most forgiving trousers this Easter…

  • Booja Booja Easter Egg

    Booja Booja Champagne Truffles Decorative Egg, £32.99

    Dairy, soya and gluten free and organic. Oh, and delicious. The number one pick of dairy free Easter eggs for 2021.

  • Venchi Easter egg

    Venchi Allegro White Chocolate, Toffee & Raspberry Easter Egg, £45

    The term ‘Allegro’ is used in music and ballet to describe something bright and lively – which perfectly sums up this gem of an Easter Egg. A silky white chocolate and toffee shell has been lined with a crunchy layer of bright red raspberry granules and cocoa nibs: a taste for all the senses.

  • Pierre Marcolini chocolate bunny

    Pierre Marcolini Milk Chocolate Rabbit, £9.90

    This chocolate bunny comes in dark, milk or white varieties, hidden in a colourful box decorated with a pop daisy – perfect for little ones.

  • Melt Easter Egg

    Melt Acorn Easter Egg, £34.99

    This milk and dark chocolate egg from Melt features a nutty almond rocher, along with a tasty candied orange tail – plus it arrives in plastic-free packaging.

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