The 2015 Easter Candy German box was a huge success. You let us know that you loved it. So it was our aim to put together a box that is as good as past year’s box or even better. We are eager to know if we succeeded and are looking forward to your emails. In Germany we always place all of our Easter candies in beautiful decorated Easter nests. Are you doing it the same way in your country? Perhaps you want to let us know – perhaps with a #candygerman photo on your social media pages? We would appreciate it very much. We are very glad to present you the 2016 Easter Candy German box now!
Last Easter we sent you this egg box in your Candy German subscription box, too. Back than, it contained four eggs filled with milk cream. You told us that you loved it – the packaging and the treat. So we thought: Why don’t include the eggs in this year’s Easter box again? But this time we selected another sorts. The package includes 4 individually wrapped chocolate eggs, that are filled with Mousse au Chocolat, and two plastic spoons. The mousse is so soft and fluffy that you can spoon it very easily. But first you have to crack the lid of the eggs along the jagged perforation. You can do this with one of the spoons. Then you reach the heavenly mousse. Thumps up for the German company Brandt that is the producer of those eggs. The Choceur Schoko Eier are really a fun treat for kids as well as for grown ups and they are mouth-watering – the perfect treat for Easter!
Do you remember the company Lambertz? Yes right – we sent you a lot of their treats in your German candy Christmas boxes. For Easter they have an assortment too. The Waffeleier are definitely my favorite Lambertz Easter treat. Either you got the pure waffle eggs or the ones coated in dark chocolate. The little eggs, that are surrounded by a wafer, consist of two halves. One is filled with a light cream, the other half is filled with a dark cream. The light cream has a slight vanilla taste, the dark cream a chocolate one. What can I say, the little eggs are great, no matter which sort you got. The cream is very sweet and tasty and the wafer is very crispy – yummy!
No Easter without a chocolate bunny! I think that’s not only a rule in Germany and so it was clear for us that you will get a German chocolate Easter bunny in your Easter Candy German subscription box this year. The "problem" was, that there are dozens of different chocolate bunnies available around Easter, so we had the agony of choice which one comes in your box. We decided for the Ostertüte = Easter bag from the German candy company Riegelein Confiserie. Why did we choose this one? We wanted to present you a new company we never put a product from in your box before. Riegelein Confiserie stands for high premium quality. They won the 2016 Fair Trade Public Award because they only use fair trade chocolate for their products. The goodies you receive in your Easter bag are a big and a small Easter bunny and two Easter eggs. All of the treats consist of mouth-watering creamy milk chocolate – so good. I also love the design of the packaging. I think it’s a great gift for Easter. Perhaps you want to put it in your kid’s Easter nest. Or you want to use it as Easter decoration and eat it after Easter. Actually that’s what I mostly do with my Easter bunnies.
If you were already subscribed to Candy German Christmas 2014, you already know the Friedel Blätterkrokant which is brittle of nut crunch. From the outside it is covered in very creamy and rich milk chocolate, the inside hazelnut brittle is extremely crunchy and deliciously sweet. There are two Blätterkrokant goodies in your box. In Germany we always eat this treat during Easter and Christmas. For Easter the German candy company Rübezahl Schokolade (Friedel is one of their brands) decided to design the Blätterkrokant as little eggs wrapped in a golden foil. It does not only look noble, it’s really a gourmet taste.
Creamy fondant rings covered in dark chocolate and decorated with crunchy and colorful sugar pearls – sounds good, doesn’t it? The second Friedel product in your Candy German subscription box is not only tasty, it also looks very beautiful. The little goodies are supposed to resemble little bird nests containing eggs. There are 10 pieces in your package.
As you probably know, in Germany we love to eat marzipan. I know that not everyone loves it, but whenever we put a marzipan product in your monthly candy subscription box, we get a lot of emails saying "Normally I don’t really like marzipan, but the marzipan treat you put in the box was great – you made me a marzipan enthusiast!". For us that’s motivation enough to find the best marzipan products for you the German candy universe has to offer. So we selected a great Easter marzipan candy for you this month again. Either you got the Ananas Edelmarzipan Ei = pineapple marzipan egg or the Rum-Traube Edelmarzipan Ei = rum-grape marzipan egg. The eggs consist of two halves. Both are covered in dark chocolate. They are filled with a marzipan paste that has a fruity heart, either a pineapple or a grape heart mixed with a small amount of real Jamaica rum. The alcohol taste is well noticeable but not too intense. In combination with the other flavors of the fruit, the marzipan, and the chocolate, this treat is extraordinarily good. You can only get these marzipan eggs around Easter and Christmas in Germany, so I built a marzipan egg storage for myself.
Dark chocolate in combination with egg liqueur – for me this sounds like heaven. There are two of these goodies in your Easter German candy subscription box. The dark chocolate is very crunchy and the egg liqueur is very sweet and creamy. Delicious!
This little owl from the company Lindt is so cute. It consists of heavenly smooth milk chocolate. Lindt offers some of the best chocolate that is available. Originally Lindt is a Swiss company, but they also produce their products in Germany, like this beautiful owl. This candy from Germany is a great Easter gift or Easter decoration again.
We wish you all a happy Easter, a beautiful beginning of spring, a lot of sunlight and warm moments, love, and happiness! As always, we are happy about your feedback on your candy from Germany at email@example.com.