Easter isn’t Easter without a Lindt Gold Bunny, so when we were sent a selection of the Lindt Easter range to review I was pleased to see more than one of those gold bunnies.
Lindt is by far our favourite chocolate and the one edible treat I buy Hubby without fail every Christmas. Hubby and I aren’t big on Easter and don’t usually buy eggs for ourselves but always by a Gold Bunny to share. This year Lindt sent us a Gold Bunny Soft Toy, White Chocolate Gold Bunny, Milk Chocolate Gold Bunny 5 Pack and a Easter Chick Egg Box which are all part of the wonderful Lindt Easter range.
The Gold Bunny Soft Toy was an immediate favourite with Little Man who gave it cuddles, kissed it and even tried to sit on it and bounce around the room! He was even more excited when I showed him that there were three Gold Bunny chocolates inside – a hidden treat for any child!
If you’re looking for an Easter treat that will last longer than one day and that has more to it than just chocolate, especially for a child, then the Gold Bunny Soft Toy is perfect – if Little Man is anything to go by then children will love it.
The Milk Chocolate Gold Bunny 5 Pack is the perfect size to be eaten as a treat every now and again – even over a few days. Each Bunny is individually wrapped and would be great for children or a little treat for adults. We’ve enjoyed them with a cup of tea and as an afternoon indulgence.
The Lindt Easter Chick Egg Box is different to any chocolate I have seen before. The eggs are the same fantastic quality that I have come to love about anything from Lindt but they are filled with a creamy white chocolate filling that makes a wonderful combination. These are also the perfect size for a treat and stretches out the Easter chocolate for a lot longer than getting a solitary egg.
Lastly, the Lindt White Chocolate Gold Bunny is the perfect Lindt Easter gift. The trademark Lindt Bunny but with beautiful white chocolate instead of milk and a white ribbon rather than the usual red. Hubby and I shared this over a few nights and really enjoyed it – Hubby loves Lindt milk chocolate too much to ever prefer the white chocolate but I love both. The White Chocolate Gold Bunny would make a great alternative to your usual milk chocolate Easter treats.
Lindt have a great range of Easter gifts this year and with our review we have just scratched the surface! I’ll definitely be buying more of the Lindt range over the next few weeks. We are also visiting Hever Castle over Easter weekend when they will be having their Gold Bunny Hunts. A lot of attractions across the country are participating – to find out if there’s somewhere near you visit the Gold Bunny Hunt website.