My best mate Antoinette asked me a few weeks ago if I’d do a post on ethical Easter eggs, so off I went and searched for some to sample.
Last night me and my sister Fiona sat down and tasted and reviewed them all.
Here are the results from the session:
|Plamil Dairy Free ‘Milky’ Chocolate Easter Egg – 85g||Booja Booja Almond & Sea Salt Caramel Easter Egg – 34.5g||Moo Free Organic & Dairy Free Orange Chocolate Easter Egg with Buttons – 120g||Divine White Chocolate Easter Egg – 55g|
|Price||£3.99 (£4.69 per 100g)||£10.40 (£30.14 per 100g)||£4.25 (£3.54 per 100g)||£2.95 (£5.36 per 100g)|
|Anna taste ranking||4th||2nd||3rd||1st|
|Fiona taste ranking||4th||3rd||2nd||1st|
|Comments||Good value for money, great ethics, just unfortunately not the best tasting.||The hand painted container is a nice touch and the chocolate leaves a great after taste. It is just way too pricey for what you get.||Great value for money, very tasty and it has good ethics!||
Best tasting out of the lot, it would have come first were it organic.
I’m not usually a huge fan of vegan chocolate, however the three I tried here really surprised me. I mean Moo Free won the challenge… it can’t of been that bad!
I hope these reviews have helped, let me know what you think and if you’ve found any other ethical Easter eggs to recommend.
Happy Easter! x