The Lindt Gold Bunny and a Review

Lindt Chocolatiers are helping families to discover the magic of Easter.

From 28th March - 19th April, Lindt will be bringing the joy of Easter to life with a series of Lindt Gold Bunny Hunts at ten specially selected venues across the UK. From the beautifully landscaped Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh to the award-winning gardens at Hever Castle and Gardens in Kent, chocolate lovers all over the UK can discover an Easter adventure that’s sure to excite both the young, and the young at heart.

Families will take delight in following the flash of Lindt Gold Bunny ears and the gentle tinkle of its bell through enchanting trails to solve clues and uncover irresistible Lindt chocolate treats.  There's the chance to create traditional Easter crafts (bonnets anyone?) as well as taking part in the Lindt Golden Carrot competition - guess where the Head Gardener has hidden the Lindt Golden Carrot to be in with a chance of winning a Lindt Gold Bunny 1kg.  

You can find the Lindt Gold Bunny at one of the following locations:
  • The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
  • Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Cambridgeshire
  • Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden, Lothian
  • Hever Castle and Gardens, Kent
  • RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Yorkshire
  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall, Essex
  • RHS Garden Rosemoor, Devon
  • RHS Garden Wisely, Surrey
  • Tatton Park, Cheshire
  • Bluewater Shopping & Retail Destination
Full details about the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt, including dates, can be found at  

Chocolate? Yum, Delish!

Lindt were kind enough to send us some chocolate to try - what a treat! Here's what we were sent:
  • A Gold Bunny;
  • Little Chick Eggs
  • Easter Fun Bugs & Bees
  • Little Lambs
  • Lindt Gold Bunny & Fluffy Ears

I must admit that I was a slightly mean Mummy and waited to open the parcel once the girls were in bed because I knew if E saw what was inside there was no chance of savouring it.  

I first tried Lindt several years ago whilst on holiday in France and I remember being disappointed that I wouldn't be able to find it in the UK (little did I know!) but since then its been a firm favourite. Its just so smooth and melts perfectly in your mouth. 

The eggs were in a little egg box and were particularly delicious, I must say, with a creamy milky filling inside. We have tried - and enjoyed - some of the bunny with E saying "yum, delish", her phrase of choice when she enjoys something! 

I'm not a completely mean Mummy though, I won't be scoffing it all myself. I thought I would pop some of the bugs and bees and lambs into E and T's Easter baskets and I'm sure they will be very much enjoyed. Whilst T will only have a little at a time, I think they're an ideal toddler size! 

Lindt products are available from Waitrose, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges, Harrods, Premium Garden Centres, the Lindt e-shop and all good retailers.

Thank you to Lindt for sending us the chocolates pictured above for us to review - Happy Easter to you!

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