Five things: The best Easter eggs in Scotland

Some particularly special chocolate eggs for the discerning chocolate fan

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Five things: The tastiest Easter eggs around Scotland


  • Dark chocolate and raspberry, made by Coco of Bruntsfield
    One of a wide range of decadent eggs, this one is also filled with your choice of champagne truffles.
  • Truffle, made by The Chocolate Tree
    As well as this swirly patterned design filled with hand-made truffle chocolates, The Chocolate Tree also design a range exclusively for kids, such as the shell-design bunny in milk, dark or white.
  • Hazelnut and almond, made by The Harvest Garden
    The impressively-named Neuhaus Gianduja Egg consists of chocolate combined with ground hazelnuts and almonds, then filled with your choice of fresh cream Belgian chocolates.
  • Rose, made by Temper Chocolates (also featured in our Hot Chocolates guide)
    The new chocolaterie in Glasgow also offers items with raspberry, cocoa nib and lavender ingredients. Eggs come filled with a choice of fresh cream truffles or little solid chocolates.
  • Belgian chocolate, made by Cocoa Black (also featured in our Hot Chocolates guide)
    Lovelingly crafted and finished to resemble marble, this is a bit of luxury from the Peebles-based indie chocolatiers.

The Chocolate Tree

123 Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4EQ

Chocolate-box-sized café packed with artisanal craft chocolates, cakes and ice-cream made with creativity and a social conscience.

Coco of Bruntsfield

174 Brunstfield Place, Edinburgh, EH10 4ER

The stylish packaging of this creative range of artisanal chocolates is artwork in itself: the hot chocolate tins will be kept long after the Valrhona cocoa within has been sipped away (would you prefer that flavoured with lemongrass or salted…

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