It’s hard to write a blog post about candy, when the world is facing a pandemic. It is also hard to look forward to Easter and your Easter Candy German subscription box this year. But it is important to get some distraction in hard times. Stay safe everyone and take care! #stayhome #flattenthecurve
It’s a milk chocolate Easter bunny by the German chocolate manufacture Riegelein Confiserie. The company is one of the market leaders in Germany for chocolate figures. The Easter bunny is creamy and delicious!
Ester jelly is a very common German candy. Therefore, Haribo brought its own Easter jelly to the market, the Haribo Osternest = Easter nest. There are little colorful Easter figures in your package which are coated with sugar. The little jelly candies have a chewy texture which I like a lot. Do you like this Easter candy from Germany too?
Blätterkrokant, which is brittle of nut crunch, is a well known Easter candy in Germany. From the outside it is covered in very creamy and rich milk chocolate, the inside hazelnut brittle is extremely crunchy and deliciously sweet. Well done Ludwig Schokolade who is the producer of this German candy.
These truffle eggs are phenomenal! Either you get a Schwarzwälder Kirsch/Amaretto = cherry/Amaretto OR Marc de Champagne OR Orangenlikör = orange liquor filling. The eggs are covered with creamy milk chocolate. Yummy!
These are filled chocolate Easter eggs too, but they are very different from the truffles. Either you get yoghurt cream eggs or almond cream eggs. Both sorts have small crisps in the filling. I love both sorts, they are delicious.
This German treat simply is called tree trunk = Baumstamm. From the outside it resembles the tree bark, so that’s basically where the name for this German candy comes from. The Baumstamm has a fine marzipan heart that is surrounded by a rich nougat cream and delicious milk chocolate from the outside. I love the combination of marzipan and nougat – and I know you love it too, because many of you emailed in the past and let us know!
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