Saturday, June 15, 2024

Koko Black Easter feast

Embark on a quintessentially Australian journey this Easter through the whimsical world of the Koko Forest Renowned Australian artisanal chocolatier, Koko Black is embracing the most anticipated chocolate event of the year by reinventing old classics and introducing exquisite new products to celebrate this Easter.

Inspired by the wonders of the autumn season Down Under where the days are short and the feasts are long, Koko Black welcomes everyone to share the magic of the Great Easter Feast.

The Koko Black forest includes native Australian animals with its treasured chocolate Critters. The Koko Koala has left its tree for the occasion and chocolate lovers can collect each of the three beloved Australian wildlife creatures, with Koko Black demonstrating its commitment to the Australian landscape by using all local ingredients.

The bespoke Easter gifts feature The Biggest Egg, Hippity Hop Pop Box, and even a newly-designed Puzzle to maximise fun family spirit throughout the season. Nurturing the story of Easter burrows and hidden treats, Koko Black ventures down the rabbit hole in the Koko forest with its Burrow of Hidden Treasures, including a range of decorative eggs packaged in stunning boxes to bring more than just a sweet treat to the table.

The ethical and sustainable brand welcomes 15 vegan friendly products to its contemporary range this year, including Mango and Passionfruit Half Dozen Eggs and Caramelised Hazelnut and Espresso Egg in 80% dark chocolate. Teasing taste buds with its award-winning flavours, Koko Black is embracing its philosophy of boundary-pushing innovation and indulgence with new additions including: Boozy Baileys and Caramel Half Dozen Eggs, and a trio of Nest Eggs filled with magical Hot Cross Bites, Milk Chocolate Sprinkles, and Apricot Bites.

“Our Easter range has been carefully curated to amplify the wonders of an Easter in the Southern Hemisphere by experimenting with bold ideas and unexpected flavours this season. We’ve taken the simplicity of Easter feasting with loved ones and elevated it to bring a sense of ‘home’ to our customers by drawing on the shapes, animals and foliage of an Australian Easter in autumn. While we celebrate the virtue of sharing, we hope that our chocolate will be too good to share this Easter,” says Koko Black Head Chocolatier Remco Brigou.

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