Melt Chocolates Goes Retro For Easter 2015

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daisy egg from meltMelt Chocolates was founded by Louise Nason in 2006. As well as the original Ledbury Road store in the heart of Notting Hill, there is a Melt concession at Selfridges. Melt has opened its second store in Holland Park in December 2014, and products are, of course available online if shopping for chocolate is just too much (who are you?!?!)

The London-based, family-owned company maintains strong principles, from sourcing chocolate and other raw ingredients to how the chocolates are handmade and packaged though they do not go bean to bar with their chocolate. Plastic packaging is avoided as much as possible and high quality, innovative paper and card packaging is used in as many products as possible. That way Easter is less about plastic and more about chocolate!

Melt Chocolates Easter range has a 1970’s glam feel, with bold floral designs. The range is bursting with style and personality for 2015. Melts’ signature eggs for Easter 2015 are bold and bright with a retro vibe. Our Head Chocolatier has designed an egg that will appeal to all ages. The best one is of course most daisy-riffic! A kooky-chic number that is filled to the brim with delicious mini chocolate eggs. Presented in beautiful pastel pink, blue or yellow Melt gift boxes.

breton stripesFor the fashion conscious – go for Breton Stripes… Breton stripes aren’t just for mummy. Bigger than an egg cup, is Melt’s Easter cup, which is adorned with Lisa Jones’ Bathing Bear design, and holds a creamy milk chocolate egg

caramel egg meltFor complete and utter taste sensation, then The Melt Salted Caramel Egg is deliciously decadent. Melt’s Salted Caramel Egg, encased in dark chocolate and nestled inside a beautifully designed Rita Rabbit box from fab Brit illustrator Lisa Jones.

melt bunniesMore from the bunny family – Melts’ signature Spring bunnies come in a range of baby pastels, yellow, pink and moss green. Handmade, and hand decorated, each bunny is unique and has its own personality!

melt shakersFinally, if you are after a little Easter treat then Melt’s Maraca Egg is a Melt classic and is a great choice for young children. The milk chocolate egg is filled with chocolate “seeds” that make a fantastic maraca sound when shaken! With bright spotty wrappers they have instant appeal.

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One Response to Melt Chocolates Goes Retro For Easter 2015

  1. Naomi Teeter says:

    Very curious about Melt now. Big fan of retro designs and chocolate. <3

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