Rococo Chocolates Hand Painted Easter Egg No3. with Donna Wilson Chick Design Review
OMG how cute is this?!? Now, this isn’t quite as visually stunning as the heart which I had such trouble breaking but it is still absolutely cute as a button and there are a whole series of images! This Donna Wilson Easter egg design has been hand-painted on white chocolate over a layer of dark chocolate which means you get a bit of sweet and a bit of dark in each bite. For a kid this is delightful egg with good, high quality chocolate, getting them into the habit of eating good quality chocolate at a young age. Check out the Russian doll eggs too as the fox is cute as a button!
For an adult, the chick egg is filled with 6 handmade ganaches and 2 solid chocolate squares and packed in a beautiful Rococo limited edition box which weighs 160g. The chocolate egg is absolutely delightful and yummy. It seems a shame to break it but I broke into it. I love the way the chocolate layers break unevenly with each layer showing itself as unique.
The chocolates inside are each different, and I believe that each egg many have a different selection. In fact, if you buy it at the shop in an unsealed box you might be able to pick your 6 chocolates – you never know until you try!
I love the way this is coloured, wrapped in tissue and boxed in a small box with very little excess packaging. It arrived in the post safely and was unbroken and I love that this was achieved with not much packaging. I think the six chocolates are just perfect and the whole package is absolutely perfect. The chocolate is a really good quality and not cheap and sugar-filled. The ganache chocolates are really good quality and deliciously yummy – a sweet treat which isn’t too sweet.
All in all, this is a really excellent Easter Egg which is a little bit unique, a little bit artistic and a lot of fun. If you’d like to get your very own, why not visit a Rococo shop and buy one – or a few!