Easter is my favorite holiday of the year. Spring is finally here, flowers start to bloom, the sun shines and it’s getting warm. I only have good feeling when it comes to Easter and I love to celebrate it with a full basket of Easter candies and chocolates. I’m sure you celebrate it similarly and your Easter Candy German box is part of your Easter basket. Happy Easter everyone and a wonderful time!
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 Eater 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 Trumpf that is the producer of this German candy.
This German Easter treat I saw the first time some years ago. It looks like a real egg box, but don't worry, we don't send you real eggs ;). The package includes 4 milk cream filled chocolate eggs and two plastic spoons. The milk cream is so soft and creamy that you can spoon it easily. Each egg is wrapped individually. When you unwrap them you see that they have kind of a little roof. You can bite or crack that roof with your spoon and then you can reach the milk cream with the spoon easily. The Schokoglück eggs by the German candy company Brandt are really a fun treat for kids as well as for grown ups and they are mouth-watering – the perfect treat for Easter!
I say it every year – no Easter Candy German box without a chocolate bunny. This year we found a very high quality bunny for you. Merci is a noble brand by the German candy producer Storck. Their Easter bunny consists of very thick and rich milk chocolate. I’m sure you will enjoy it!
This Easter you have the chance to indulge either in the Ananas Edel Marzipan Ei = Pineapple Finest Marzipan Egg or in the Rum Trauben Edel Marzipan Ei = Rum Grapes Finest Marzipan Egg. The eggs consist of two halves. The pineapple egg is covered in dark chocolate, the rum grapes egg in milk chocolate. Both are filled with a marzipan paste that has either a fruity pineapple heart, or a rum truffle heart. Both eggs contain real Jamaica rum. The alcohol taste is well noticeable but not too intense. I cannot eat a whole egg at once, because it is very rich. Therefore I cut it in thin slices and repack the rest of the marzipan egg in the wrapping. There is not much more to say about this German candy – just try it and love it!
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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