Lindt Lindor Egg Reviews
Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
Description:Brand: Lindt / Type: Egg
Newest Review: ... policy. It's not just the ethics of slave labour, of course. There are also the ethics of ripping off consumers. The Lindt ... more
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 298 readings)
It's curious how, over the last few years, there has been a surge in snack-sized chocolate eggs in the run up to Easter. In years gone by, it was really only the Crème Egg from Cadbury that you could buy in this size but, spying a marketing opportunity, the big chocolatiers have now started to introduce an increasingly diverse range of these eggs. Whilst traditional boxed Easter eggs are associated primarily as children's gifts, these snack-sized eggs can appeal to a more adult audience who might try them instead of their usual bar of chocolate. Lindt (which is short for Lindt and Sprungli) was formed back in 1845 and is now one of the better-known Swiss ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I absolutely adore Lindt products. I love their chocolate bunnies and chocolate reindeers and Santas, and I can munch my way through a packet of Lindor truffles without a second thought, and without feeling sick once. So I was really pleased when I was given this Lindt Lindor truffle egg as a little pre-Easter present. But it let me down and sadly I can't bring myself to give it more than three stars, and really it's only just scraped that many! This little egg is about the size of a Cadbury's crème egg, and it cost around 59 pence, which makes it an expensive but not extortionately priced little Easter treat. It comes in a red and gold foil and it looks very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 303 readings)
Besides the Christmas season, Easter has to be regarded as the most overly indulgent time of the year for many people. I will never tire of my Christmas dinner but being a chocoholic, I am of course in love the Easter break as it guarantees many sweet treats. I am always fortunate enough to receive one or two eggs from various family members but I have to say that I don't find the larger, hollow eggs all that thrilling. To me, the regular Easter eggs lack the kind of substance that a standard sized chocolate bar can offer and I often find myself eating at least half a hollow egg in one go just to insure that I've had my chocolate fix! Being a fan of the Lindt chocolate .. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
For those of you interested in Lindt (as a company), the history, the ethics, the products etc. I suggest you visit the website, which is easily located via Google, as this review is going to be solely about the Lindt Lindor egg, and more specifically, the one covered in red, white and gold foil. Compared to other similar chocolate egg type products, I refer to Cadbury's Cream Eggs and the like, the predominantly metallic red foil wrapper with subtle white and gold graphics is understated and quite plain which is stylish sophisticated and adds a touch of class which complements the Lindt brand perfectly. Personally, I prefer this understated look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I think everyone's probably getting fed up of hearing about Easter, especially as it seems to be becoming more commercialised every year and more drawn out every year too! I think I noticed the beginnings of Easter before Valentine's Day in some shops, which is far too early in my opinion. There is, however, one upside to Easter; if you do nothing else, indulge yourself with a little Lindor treat (because 'you're worth it!') The Lindt manufacturer ( well known from the adverts as the the 'master Swiss chocolatier') dates back to 1845 so they've got a lot of knowledge & practice producing products to perfection. Lindor branched from this later and produced ... Read the complete review
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