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Firecracker Easter Egg £12.99 @ Firebox

nicster08 Avatar
5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Treat your tongue to a taste explosion this Easter with the Firecracker Easter Egg. Made from rich dark chocolate, this indulgent delight packs a warm kick of chilli with the giddy snap and crackle of popping candy.

You might think popping candy is just for kids. However, matched with the subtle heat of chilli and deep earthy flavour of the chocolate it adds a giddy prickle that’ll bring a smile to anyone’s face. In fact, watching someone eat it is almost as fun as eating it yourself!

The Firecracker Easter Egg is drizzled with white chocolate and garnished on top with miniature chillies. The finished product is so pretty, in fact, that the makers have ditched the usual cardboard and tin-foil packaging – opting instead for a clear plastic presentation box. Well, when something looks this good it’s a shame to hide it.

Product Features:
Dark chocolate egg with chilli and popping candy
Drizzled with white chocolate
Perfect as a gift or indulgent treat!

Cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, popping candy (3%) (sugar, glucose syrup, lactose, carbon dioxide, cocoa butter), ancho chilli, whole milk powder, pink peppercorns, edible glitter (E555, E171, E151, emulsifier: soya lecithin, vanilla. Dark chocolate contains cocoa solids 70% minimum.

Egg measures approximately 12cm(H)
Weight: 130g
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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago

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Would it be wrong to buy myself an Easter Egg? My birthday is on Easter Sunday this year, I guess if it's a birthday AND Easter present combined then that's fine!

Self: convinced.

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