Superior Quality Milk Chocolate Easter Rabbit with Carrot

Gareth and Paul run Chocolate Trading Co. and they’re great people. I often find myself just ‘wondering’ around their online shop thinking what I’d buy if I didn’t already have loads of chocolate to review. But sometimes I see something that I can’t resist. As I knew they were on holiday I thought I’d buy this little creature:

Milk Chocolate Easter Rabbit with Carrot

Does it look cute? Well, I’ll cut to the chase, it tastes great too! But thankfully you don’t have to chop up a load of veg and get a big pot on.

Milk Chocolate Easter Rabbit with Carrot Heres Looking At You

What I love about this Easter bunny is that although its milk chocolate and aimed at children, it still has 37% cocoa which is almost twice as much as the Cadbury’s Roses Easter egg. It does taste sweet, however. Perhaps just a bit too much for me …

Headless Milk Chocolate Easter Rabbit with Carrot

… but I just managed to devour its head.

At 18cm tall and made out of quality milk chocolate and Bourbon vanilla pod with 100% natural cocoa butter so there’s no soya lecithin or hydrogenated fat. There’s also cane sugar rather than the super-processed stuff. But there is some artificial stuff in the decoration colours.

I know I should really like it. But I’m afraid I do. I know it’s very sweet, but who cares? It’s Easter and it’s allowed. (Just reaching for my joggers …)

  • Taste: 70% – great for a novelty Easter chocolate treat
  • Texture: 75% – very much above average
  • Appearance: 90% – you’ve got to admit it looks great
  • Nutritional Information: 60% – there’s some on their site
  • Price: 70% – at £7.25 some might think it’s expensive. But if you look at the price of some Easter eggs with inferior quality then you’ll realise that its good value.
  • Overall: 73% –

Nutritional Information:

Ingredients; Milk chocolate; 37% cocoa, cane sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, Bourbon vanilla pod. Decoration only; E102, E110, E120, E133, E171, E172. May contain traces of nut and gluten.


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