I was debating on getting an Easter-themed chocolate this year. My stomach can no longer tolerate Cadbury eggs, Reese’s peanut butter shaped eggs and the like. But this little box caught my eye.
When I saw that Charm School Chocolate made their version of Easter eggs, I immediately ordered them online! These guys would sell out quickly, and I wasn’t aware of any other craft chocolate makers selling anything this cute and colorful.
70% Dark Belize + Salted Caramel
My mouth was filled with salty and sweet delicious caramel. Hints of fruitiness from the chocolate itself came through as well. The bites of egg melted just as quickly as when I put it in my mouth. The dark chocolate paired very nicely with the caramel. It was toasty, savory and sweet combination.
Ingredients: cocoa beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter, coconut milk, coconut oil, sea salt, citric acid.
Coconut Milk Chocolate + Hazelnut Cream
Besides berries in chocolate, hazelnuts in chocolate are another of my favorite combinations. nuttiness of hazelnuts with the creamy milk chocolate was heavenly. And the texture was so smooth! If you like those Reese’s peanut butter eggs, this is a huge upgrade. Charm School Chocolate, is there a way I could order, like, 10 of these on their own? This was so, so delicious! I still can’t get over it.
Ingredients: cane sugar, cocoa beans, cocoa butter, coconut, sea salt, vanilla bean, hazelnut.
Vanilla Bean White + Lemon Pistachio Marzipan
The lemon flavor was very refreshing in this egg. Usually I don’t like marzipan because of its texture, but the lemon flavoring take my mind off of the fact that marzipan was in my mouth. There were very small pistachio bits inside and it would be hard to miss if it weren’t for their distinct flavor in the background. If Charm School makes their own marzipan, then I actually might be able to appreciate the stuff, but only if it comes from them.
Ingredients: cocoa butter, cane sugar, coconut, tapioca syrup, sea salt, sunflower lecithin, vanilla bean, pistachio, almond, glucose syrup, sea salt, sunflower oil, lemon oil.
If you are tired of the usual grocery store stuff, and if Charm School ever makes these again, definitely try them out! It doesn’t matter if you prefer dark, milk or white chocolate because these eggs will win you over anyway. I wish I had a second set to demolish now…
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