These delicious eggs are made for us in France with a delicate hazelnut praline and Ecuadorian origin chocolate.
Along with the blackbird and robin eggs these are part of the Chocolate Detective's Curated Collection - her very favourite products from a lifetime of tasting chocolate.
"The Song Thrush is renowned for his musical ability. Often delivering his song from a high perch above; the overall impression is triumphant. Often found in gardens and woodland the Song Thrush builds a grassy cup nest lined with mud low down in overgrown bushes and hedgerows."
Descriptions and artwork are taken from Madeleine Floyd’s ‘Birdsong’.
Sugar, cocoa mass, praline 14% (HAZELNUTS, sugar), cocoa butter, whole MILK powder, LACTOSE, concentrated butter (MILK), enrobing agents (gum arabic, carnauba wax, beeswax, shellac), starches, cocoa powder, emulsifier: SOYA lecithin, salt, glucose syrup, natural vanilla flavouring, colourings: spirulina and apple concentrate, malted BARLEY extract, E160a.
Allergens - See capitalised ingredients. May also contain traces of other tree nuts, eggs and sesame seeds as these are handled in our kitchens.
Per 100g: Energy 494 kcal, Fat 24g of which saturates 12g, Carbohydrates 63g of which sugars 59g, Protein 5.1g, Salt 0.12g.
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The Chocolate Detective
I’ve been obsessed by chocolate since I was child and always loved creating beautiful things. A degree in textile design and a student job selling chocolate in Harrods led to completing a small business course and founding Rococo Chocolates in 1983. After exiting the business in 2019 I set up the Chocolate Detective, and during the pandemic I worked alone out of a small kitchen in a gentleman’s club in Chelsea perfecting my recipes and designing my no plastic eco packaging. I also supported the Grenada Chocolate Company fundraising to help them through this difficult time. I have invested in an organic cocoa farm in Grenada and all the harvest is donated to the chocolate company who make some of the best chocolate I have ever tasting in the perfect circular economy that also respects the environment. I am the only person to have been honoured for “Services to chocolate making” (with an OBE from the late Queen Elizabeth in 2014).