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You Can Now Buy After Eight Mini Eggs In Time For Easter

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You Can Now Buy After Eight Mini Eggs In Time For Easter

Easter is hurtling round the corner, which means we're going to be stuffing ourselves silly with stacks of chocolate.

And while we're already itching to open our nest of Easter eggs we've seemingly collected over the last few weeks in the run up to the big day (the Easter Bunny has nothing on us), it looks as if we've got a brand new chocolate treat to salivate over.

Love fondant-filled chocolate eggs? Love to indulge with an After Eight mint? Wish the two could be served together, somehow?

We're always up for an After Eight, any time of day (Credit: Shutterstock)
We're always up for an After Eight, any time of day (Credit: Shutterstock)
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Well, now our prayers have been answered in the form of the After Eight Mini Eggs.

The rich treat is made up of the luxurious After Eight mint fondant that we're all familiar with, and encased in its usual shell of rich dark chocolate - only now in a delicately crafted in a mini egg shape. And just in time for Easter!

Unfortunately, the treats are only available to buy in Germany for now, but if you're truly desperate to get your hands on a packet, you can order them online at GB Gifts for £5.99 a bag.

Now you can have Easter-themed After Eights (Credit: Nestle)
Now you can have Easter-themed After Eights (Credit: Nestle)
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In other Easter treat news, you can now get an actual, literal chocolate teapot for the big day.

The impractical but delicious gift has been launched by PG Tips - and is perfect for all you avid tea drinkers out there.

It's made from the finest artisanal milk chocolate and accompanied with 40 PG tips tea bags (Credit: PG Tips)
It's made from the finest artisanal milk chocolate and accompanied with 40 PG tips tea bags (Credit: PG Tips)

Explaining their sudden move into confectionary, a spokesperson for PG Tips told Tyla: "With over 80 million Easter eggs sold in the UK each year, PG Tips has launched the new product to give Brits a to-tea-lly new way to enjoy the annual celebration, avoiding the egg-ja-vu that comes from receiving the same old egg-shaped chocolate each year."

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Recent research from the tea brand revealed nearly half the nation enjoys a cup of tea a whopping seven times a day - and we've got a feeling the chocolate teapot will make the perfect accompaniment.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock/Nestle

Topics: Tasty Food, Food & Drink, Chocolate, Easter, Tasty

Kimberley Bond
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