We were recently sent one of these handsome looking Easter eggs to test out. The Tesco Finest Belgian Plain Egg with Gold Lustre and Mini Eggs comprises a large dark chocolate egg which is decorated with edible, glittery gold lustre. It’s accompanied by 3 matching, hand decorated mini eggs.
This egg is one of a new Tesco Finest range of eggs which are made using gourmet Belgian chocolate. The chocolate has been created from premium grade beans from some of the world’s best cocoa harvests. Master chocolatiers created these artisan chocolate easter eggs by combining natural ingredients and flavours.
So what did we think? The chocolate is good and thick: the egg takes a bit of breaking into to. My 6-year-old son had one of the mini eggs and it took him quite a while to make a hole. It’s good quality chocolate too with that hint of bitterness that you get with the best dark chocolate. The easter egg is a good generous size too and it makes a lovely looking gift because the packaging looks the part too. It’s nice that you can share the mini eggs and still keep the big egg to yourself. The mini eggs are a reasonable size too as they are about the size of a hen’s egg.
Hotel Chocolat recently got in touch and offered readers of A Little Luxury For Me the chance to win a Hotel Chocolat Easter egg. They are giving this Zebra Beastie Egg as a prize in our giveaway. The Zebra Beastie Egg is an hollow-cast milk chocolate egg with 6 praline and caramel-filled mini eggs. The Beastie Egg is printed with an all-natural, cocoa butter zebra transfer. Doesn’t that sound good?
To enter leave me a comment telling me who you would give the Easter egg to or maybe you are planning to keep it yourself. For extra entries you can share the competition on the various social media networks. For each one that you do share on, please leave a separate comment and details of what you have done so I can check (I’ll need a username or a link to do this).
Competition Terms and Conditions
1. No bulk, third party or automated entries.
2. Entrants must be UK residents aged 18 years or older.
3. The winners will be chosen by a random draw.
4. The winner will be notified by email and will have one week in which to claim their prize. Should they fail to respond within this time, an alternative winner will be selected.
5. Competition closes at midnight on 25/3/2013.
This competition has now closed and the winner is Claire Nelson.
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They are really easy and comfortable to wear with an elasticated waist and the material (89% polyester and 11% elastane) has a bit of a stretch to it. That stretch is useful during exercise too as these sports pants will move with you. I liked the cut too: bootcut. I find bootcut trousers help balance out those heavier bits in the middle. Out running on a cold day, I found them warmer than my usual sports pants which are closer fitting. These were a snuggish fit on my thighs, but certainly not too tight. I found that whilst they kept my legs warm, I didn’t have any problems with overheating.
Another thing I liked was the stripe detailing which starts diagonally at the sides and continues in a straight line across the back of the waistband. The only minor irritation I’ve found is that the label is a bit itchy against bare skin, but it can easily be removed or you can wear your top tucked in.
So far they are washing well and still looking good. I’m very pleased with my Magifit Sports Pants.