Koko Black

news|5th March 2020
Koko Black

Koko Black is celebrating Easter with a unique selection of limited-edition bunnies, eggs, pralines and other beautifully packaged chocolates.

Koko Black’s Head Chocolatier Remco Brigou is excited to present this new Easter range, which features 65 specialty products, and is now available in store and online.

“Our hero product this Easter is Journey into Koko Burrow, where you can discover all of our greatest treats together in a beautiful, secret burrow. If you dig deep, you will find a selection of our signature little eggs, hazelnut praline bunnies and crispy praline eggs.

“Only 1,500 burrows have been created and they’ve been hand-crafted to delight both adults and children alike,” he says.

Building on the popularity of Koko Black’s Inbetween Eggs, Remco and his team have created new bite-sized Treasured Eggs in four extraordinary flavours. With a selection of toasty, salty, crispy and creamy inclusions, options include caramelised coconut and classic milk chocolate, cookies in creamy white chocolate, passionfruit with decadent dark chocolate, and the ultimate strawberries and cream where succulent strawberries are mixed through lashings of creamy white chocolate, scattered with popping candy.

Other key products in Koko Black’s Easter range include:

Inbetween Eggs: Indulgent flavours of Cookies in Creamy White Chocolate; Sunny Passionfruit in 54% Dark Chocolate; Salty Cashew Brittle in Milk and 54% Dark Chocolate; Caramelised Coconut Flecks in Milk and 54% Dark Chocolate; and The Golden Egg with caramelised white chocolate, zesty orange peel and pistachio pieces. $22.

Salted Caramel Half Dozen Eggs: A delicious carton of liquid sea salt caramel smothered in creamy milk chocolate. $9.90.

Hot Cross Bites: A delightful twist on an Easter favourite. The magic of a hot cross bun; bitesized, fruit spiced, and chocolate coated. There are also Golden Apricot Bites with juicy apricot pieces coated in caramelised white chocolate. $16.90.

Discovery Tins: Collectable tins of tiny things including a selection of white, milk & 54% dark chocolate bunnies and speckled eggs. $19.90.

A Dozen Praline Eggs: Koko’s famous praline eggs, a crisp shell filled with a rich hazelnut praline and milk chocolate centre, packaged in a beautifully designed egg carton. $24.

All the Bunnies: Playful and almost too-cute-to-eat hollow chocolate bunnies in white, milk and 54% dark couverture chocolate. Small/medium/large. $15/$29.90/$59.

Handpicked Harvest Gift Boxes: A selection of handcrafted pralines in white, milk, and 54% dark chocolate, in a limited-edition Easter wrap. 9pc $24.90; 16pc $39.50; 25pc $59; 36pc $79.90.

“We also have a selection of vegan friendly bunnies and eggs so there is something for everyone at Koko Black this Easter,” says Remco.

In Koko Black’s 10 Chocolate Lounges around Australia, there is a special Easter menu featuring Koko’s Decadent Egg & Pastry Soldiers, a mixed white and milk chocolate shell that’s cracked open to reveal 73% dark chocolate mousse and a mandarin and yuzu citrussweet ‘yolk, served on a nest of vanilla Persian fairy floss with a side of Kouign-Amann fingers. There’s also a Hot Cross Chocolate, a snug selection of cinnamon, nutmeg, orange and hot cross bun spice, mixed into Koko Black’s signature Belgian Hot Chocolate and a Hot Cross Chill, where traditional autumnal spices meet Koko Black’s 54% dark chocolate, with
ice cream, milk and fresh whipped cream. This menu is on offer until Easter Sunday, 12 April.

Koko Black chocolates are handcrafted by master chocolatiers in Melbourne using the finest Australian ingredients and combined with carefully selected Belgian couverture to create inspired chocolate experiences.

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