Saturday, 21 March 2015

St. Enoch Centre Presents.....


To celebrate the tastiest day of the year, Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre presents The Chocolate Collection for Easter, featuring a selection of cracking gifts, perfect to treat yourself or the family.
With a wide selection available to suit all tastes and budgets, St. Enoch Centre has an Easter egg for every egg hunter this year.

Hotel Chocolat - Rocky Road to Caramel – Extra Thick Egg - £27
Indulge yourself or your loved ones with the Rocky Road to Caramel Extra Thick Egg from Hotel Chocolat at St. Enoch Centre.
This opulent delight comes with a pair of generous chocolate eggshells, one in milk chocolate with cookies, puffed rice and chocolate chunks, and the other in caramel-milk chocolate. Inside, you’ll discover 12 mellow chocolates all devoted to caramel and milk chocolate.
Thorntons – Milk Chocolate Indulgence Easter Egg - £15 (Now £10)
An eggs-tra special indulgent Easter egg with milk chocolate shell decorated with swirls of decadently dark & white chocolate from Thorntons in St. Enoch Centre.
This beautifully ribbon-tied Easter Egg is surrounded by Thorntons mini masterpieces selection, - chocolate squares with irresistible flavours such as toffee, fudge, orange and raspberry.

Tesco - Cadbury Dairy Milk Giant Easter Egg - £6

Keep it classic with this giant Cadbury Dairy Milk Easter egg from Tesco at St. Enoch Centre.
Gift boxed and finished off with a purple ribbon, the deliciously creamy milk chocolate is made with a glass and a half of fresh milk and Fairtrade cocoa. This giant Cadbury milk chocolate treat also comes with three scrumptious bars of Cadbury Dairy Milk.

Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre showcases a wide range of Easter treats. From beautifully presented luxurious Easter eggs, courtesy of premium chocolatiers Hotel Chocolat and Kimble’s, to amazing masterpieces from Thorntons and Easter classics from Tesco, St. Enoch Centre has Easter covered.
The good people at St. Enoch Centre have very kindly sent me one of each of the eggs above to taste test. Normally I wouldn't open up my Easter Eggs until Easter Sunday but in the name of research I will be working my way through these chocolate goodies and will post up some feedback on each of them.
Keep an eye out for my upcoming review of the various eggs but whilst you wait on me working my way through the kilo of chocolate, you can visit for more information on where you can buy your own Easter Eggs.

Written by Gerry HaughianWritten by Gerry Haughian

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