Take a look at the world’s most expensive Easter Egg and more Egg-stravagant, Eggs-traordinary and Eggs-treme Eggs in our Easter Egg collection!
As we approach the Easter Bank Holiday weekend we thought you might like to take a look at some of the more decadent eggs available. Ranging from a work of art to an inch thick chocolate egg shell.
Hotel Chocolat The Ostrich Egg, £80
Called the Ostrich Egg for a reason, it’s pretty large! This egg from Hotel Chocolat has an inch thick chocolate shell and is filled with 27 full-sized chocolates. We’re not sure you could eat this in one sitting!
Betty’s Centenary Easter Egg, £29.95
The saying ‘it looks too good to eat’ certainly springs to mind. Hand-finished with silver lustre, green stems and white wild roses, it’s a work of art. We would probably look at it for a minute before eating it!!
Fortnum & Mason Hand Painted Cockerel Egg, £85
Another almost too good eat Easter Egg. Made from ‘Fine Flavour’ Colombian chocolate and hand painted with natural pigments, you could hang this egg on your wall. Very elegant indeed.
Pierre Marcolini The Magician’s Hat, £89
A rabbit in a magic hat! The magic doesn’t end there though! From Pierre Marcolini and called The Magician’s Hat, this example has 45 miniature eggs hidden inside. Eat your way into the hat, then eat your way through 45 minature eggs!
Blakes Hotel x William Curley Chocolate, £35
A truly glamorous milk chocolate egg filled with 0rangettes and ginger. This egg is inspired by the decadence of Blakes Hotel and is from William Curley Chocolate. Very tasty indeed!!
Le Chocolat Alain Ducasse, The Easter Bunny, £34
Not really an Easter egg, but an Easter bunny, so it makes it into our list. A modern art geometric style filled with small almond praline eggs. You can also choose between milk and dark chocolate.
Fortnum & Mason Six Golden Praline Eggs, £25
Yes…These are real hen eggs! They have been hollowed and filled with praline chocolate. Simply crack them open and make a chocolate omelet. Unique to say the least!
Pump Street Limited Edition Craft Chocolate and Eraser Easter Egg, £35
Not content with a real hen egg filled with chocolate? How about a chocolate egg filled with real erasers. Yummy yet practical for kids, very crafty. Created by Pump Street in collaboration with Present & Correct.
Claridge’s Art Deco Easter Egg, £55
Chic, not chick. This handmade art deco egg from Claridge’s is filled with a selection of praline quail eggs. Wrapped in a black satin bow and set in a glamorous coloured box. Very tasteful, in more ways than one.
Harrods Luxury Egg, £150
We couldn’t have a Claridge’s egg without including an entry from Harrods. Take a look a nineteen different layers of chocolate finished with gold leaf. Created by head chef Alistair Birt, it is a true work of art. Only fifty were made so you may be out of luck now.
Choccywoccydoodah Easter Eggs – £25,000
So this is what you are really here for. The world’s most expensive Easter Egg. Weighing in at an eye-watering £25,000 each, these Faberge-style eggs are the work of Choccywoccydoodah and are made entirely from luxury Belgian chocolate.
Better yet if you want to order one, you have to buy them as a trio, costing a mere £75,000 – Enjoy!