Lindt Gold Bunny Reviews
Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
Description:Brand: Lindt / Type: Bunny
Newest Review: ... since 1845 and the many years of work definately show for me in the taste. The chocolate shaped bunny is wrapped in gold foil ... more
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by - written on 24/02/08, updated on 06/02/10 (Useful, 247 readings)
Lindt Gold Bunny Packaging The packaging is very attractive and makes these bunnies appealing to both children and adults. They definitely have the ahhhhhhhhhhhh factor. Cute rabbit shaped chocolate with gold foil wrapping and a red neck tie fastened with a bow and a little bell (that really tinkles). Brief History Rodolphe lindt was probably the most famous chocolate maker of his day. In 1879 he developed a technique by which he could manufacture chocolate which was superior to all others. Using the "conche" ( A conche is an agitator that evenly distributes cocoa butter within chocolate so called becuse ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Arr the Lindt Gold Bunny here is where my Lindt obsession began. This little gold bunnies with there red ribbon necklace with bell have alot to answer for it starts with the bunny but let me tell you it soon moves on to the truffles, the reindeer, the santa, the bars its a slippery slope into a chocolate heaven. LINDT have been making chocolate since 1845 and the many years of work definately show for me in the taste. The chocolate shaped bunny is wrapped in gold foil with a red ribbon round his head which has a little gold coloured bell attached to it. Once open you find the chocolate bunny with his well defined ears and eyes. Once open I break his ears off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Although when we think of Easter and chocolate, eggs are probably the first product that comes into people's minds, surely the iconic and much loved Lindt bunny cannot be far behind. Every year the Lindt bunnies come out in abundance before Easter, tempting me with their shiny gold foil coats, large dark eyes and lovely red collars complete with tiny tinkling gold bells. They sit on the shelves amidst the eggs and also reside patiently at the tills in supermarkets, silently asking me to take them home. Their packaging is just gorgeous and I don't know many people who don't find it charming. I think they are supposed to be aimed at children but I am definitely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Being quite heavily pregnant and increasingly fed up of feeling achy and constantly tired, this year I decided to throw caution out of the the window. I put all concerns about calories and added poundage to the very back of my mind and decided to throw my else into the tradition of scoffing unlimited amounts of chocolate at Easter. Now a week or so on from the weekend, most has been devoured and while it was gorgeous I have to admit I have saved the best until last. My lovely brother came to visit over Easter and he came armed with lovely Easter gifts for my girls and I luckily received my all time favorite Easter treat..... a Lindt Gold Bunny. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
So, ignoring the confusion about what bunnies and choclate have to do with Easter (Thank you to the late Bill Hicks for raising those points when I was younger and getting me into a lot of trouble at school when I asked about it!), Easter is a time for rebirth, awakenings, and most importantly chocolate edibles in the shape of creatures. And Lindt have made the perfect Easter treat in the form of the gold bunny, it's brilliance isn't just in looks or taste but also in the lovely adverts they show on tv when they are looking for the bunnies and ring a lindt bell and they all come out from their hiding places. It's just an utterly charming advert that makes me ... Read the complete review
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