Lindt Lindor Mini Eggs Reviews
Product Type: Lindt Chocolate Chocolate
Newest Review: ... The packet is red with what looks a bit like white snow drops down one side. At the top of the packet in a sideways oval ... more
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I was given a Lindt Lindor mini egg for Easter this year and was very excited about eating it as Lindt is one of my favourite chocolateers. The egg is quite small, about the size of a Cadbury's creme egg. It comes wrapped in a red foil wrapper that is pretty decorated with gold and white writing and design. The ingredients are printed in ver small writing at the bottom of the packaging which is very hard to read without a magnifying glass which might be offputting to some people who may need to know exactly what is in the egg. Ingredients (so that you don't have to struggle reading it off of the packaging): Sugar, vegetable fat, cocao butter, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have been, well, 'egg-ceedingly' good on my diet over Easter this year, I informed everyone that they were not to buy me any chocolate and surprisingly only one person did. I didn't complain when my niece handed me a bag of Lindt Lindor Mini Eggs as, frankly, who would? These are tiny replicas of the standard size Lindor egg, the bag I received contained 20 small eggs all of which are individually wrapped in the luxurious looking red and gold foil. The chocolates are divine, I could end my review there but unfortunately I am nowhere near the minimum word count. Each egg consists of a relatively thick milk chocolate shell and is filled with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/09 (Very useful, 274 readings)
Easter in Mexico is about religion more than chocolate, and they don't stretch to much in the way of goodies. Luckily I had a back-up plan - a mother coming to stay with a few chocolaty treats. I asked for surprises and one of them was these mini eggs. Lindt Lindor truffles are something I never tire of, so I was pleased to receive the Mini Egg version. The eggs come in a 100g bag and are individually wrapped inside, which keeps them fresh though the foil can be fiddly to get off since they are so small. Long nails are a bonus and my neatly filed ones just frustrated me. The normal Lindor truffles are circular, but these mini eggs are shaped more like tiny ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
'Lindt' is my favourite chocolate, but almost the most luxurious and a little more expensive to buy, so it's only on the odd occasion that I get to taste the delights of 'Lindt', and it's for that reason that I do love Easter! They know exactly what to get me, and it's always the best treat come Easter Sunday - a nice little bag of 'Lindt Lindor Mini Eggs'; delicious! I love how each egg is individually wrapped in the most beautiful red foil with delicate snow flakes and the well known 'Lindt' logo. They just give out this sense of luxury and sense that they are the best of the rest. As I slowly peel back the foil, careful not to indent the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I love Lindt chocolate but it is so expensive that I rarely treat myself to it. However after Easter this year I noticed that Asda were selling off certain products for 25 per cent of their original price. Because of this I managed to pick up a packet of these Mini Lindt Eggs for just 54 pence, whereas usually they would cost over £2. The red plastic packet contains lots of little chocolate eggs that are individually wrapped in red and white foil. Supposedly they should taste just like Lindt Lindor truffles, as they have a hard chocolate outer shell, and chocolate truffle inside. However I didn't particularly enjoy the eggs. There is very little ... Read the complete review
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