Easter Bunny (Choc Tree) – Limited Edition


Chocolate bunnies are a big part of Easter. But why eat cheap, overly sweet, mass produced chocolate bunnies when you can delight in this dark chocolate bean-to-bar bunny from The Chocolate Tree in Scotland?! Made using all organic ingredients, this gorgeous bunny was made from bean to bunny in collaboration with the Chililique farmers of North Peru.

The Chocolate Tree is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, but has a mission to create fine flavoured chocolate which protects the biodiversity of heritage cacao varieties in Peru, Colombia, Venezuela and Madagascar. If you haven’t tried their award winning chocolate before, this Easter bunny is a great place to start!


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Cocoa content: 70%
Origin: Chililique, Peru
Made in: Edinburgh, Scotland

All Easter orders will be sent by Express Post on the 10th of April 2017, for delivery prior to Easter. If you would like yours sent earlier, please leave a comment in the notes section at checkout. If you would like specific text on the handwritten card we include with every delivery (eg if it is for a gift), you can also just note your preferred text in the notes section at checkout.

Please note that these products are more fragile than our usual bars of chocolate. We will take every care possible in packaging them to ensure they arrive to you safely, but this cannot be guaranteed.


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This is Scottish craft chocolate made using premium heritage cacao from Colombia. Satisfyingly chocolatey with fruity notes of dark cherry and blackcurrants, this is particularly good with a vintage red wine or port. Alastair and Friederike opened their chocolaterie in 2009, in a much loved boutique shopping district of Edinburgh in Scotland. They are Edinburgh’s only bean to bar chocolate maker, working in small batches with natural, organic and ethically sourced ingredients.They want customers to realise that by purchasing their chocolate they are ensuring the cocoa farmer and his or her family will receive a better profit, and the heritage cacao varieties they love so much will be around for future generations to enjoy. Their travel blog gives an insight to their worldwide search for the best cocoa, including visits to Madagascar, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru! See more