Luxury Chocolate to Fill Your Easter Basket

As April fast approaches, so does the hunt for the perfect Easter candy. Whether you prefer to indulge in a traditional candied egg or enjoy a rosé-infused chocolate bar, you’ll want some Easter chocolate that is both tasty and elegant. From chocolate flowers to dark chocolate pearls and easter eggs, these are some of our favorite luxury chocolate finds to fill your Easter basket with this year.

Easter Eggs Chocolate Box


Easter Eggs Chocolate Box luxury chocolate easter eggs
Photo Courtesy of Williams Sonoma


Luxury chocolate lovers rejoice! Williams Sonoma’s Easter Eggs Chocolate Box is a modern take on a classic favorite! Hand-painted by Maggie Louise Confections, this chocolate box is perfect for children and adults alike. The chocolate flavors include White Chocolate Eggs with Hazelnut Mocha Crunch, Milk Chocolate Eggs with Peanut Butter Candy, and Dark Chocolate Eggs with Chocolate Nougat. Each box comes with nine chocolate eggs, with three of each flavor and shipped fresh to you. The chocolate shells are also crafted using Fair Trade El Rey white chocolate from Venezuela and dark chocolate from República del Cacao’s sustainable farms in Ecuador.

Candy Flower Pink Daisy


Candy Flower Pink Daisy luxury chocolate flower
Photo Courtesy of Sugarfina


Celebrate Easter with a springtime flower from Sugarfina. Imported from Italy, these Candy Flowers are filled with dark chocolate dragee. The chocolate is then dipped in a light sugar shell to give the color and appearance of a daisy. Each is attached to a fabric-wrapped wire so you can arrange them however you’d like. The chocolate flowers are also vegetarian, Kosher, gluten-free, and contain no GMOs. You can even create your own ‘chocolate bouquet‘ with their variety of other chocolate flowers including chocolate butterflies! A gift of Easter chocolate never looked so good!

Dark Chocolate Pearls


Dark Chocolate Pearls Easter chocolate pearls
Photo Courtesy of Food54 / Ty Mecham


You can never have too much luxury chocolate, so why limit yourself to just one piece? Crafted by Maison Boissier, these Parisian Dark Chocolate Pearls are your new go-to treat. Each ball is made with 33% pure cocoa so you’re sure to enjoy a strong taste of chocolate in each bite. Packaged in a Fresh-inspired tin for elegance and freshness, you’re free to snack on them throughout the day or eat them by the handful. While each set is made in France, they also come with two tins – each containing 85 grams of dark chocolate.

Roses and Rosé Chocolate Bar


Roses and Rosé Chocolate Bar luxury chocolate rose
Photo Courtesy of Compartes


Enjoy the best of both worlds with Compartes’ pink white chocolate bar infused with rosé! Made with French rosé wine then blended into their signature white chocolate, Compartes is going pink with this Easter chocolate. The bar is tinted pink and sprinkled with crystallized rose petals for an elegant finish. Pair this luxury chocolate with your Easter brunch or even as an after-dinner dessert! Handmade in Los Angeles, this wine-infused creation is also gluten-free.

Chocolate Coffee Gift Set


Chocolate Coffee Gift Set luxury chocolate godiva
Photo Courtesy of Godiva


Chocolate and coffee lovers unite! This Signature Coffee Gift Set from Godiva is perfect for those who love the taste of Godiva, but may not want all the milk chocolate candies. With more than 90 years in the chocolate industry, Godiva is globally recognized for its premium chocolates. With a price of $44.85, the gift set comes with three blends – Caramel, Chocolate Truffle and their Signature Blend from Guatemala. Each bag is 10 ounces each, filled with carefully selected coffee beans from around the world. You can also purchase them separately if you aren’t sure about all three flavors.

Whether you prefer chocolate coffee or rosé wine bars, there’s luxury chocolate for everyone’s Easter basket this year. So, which of these Easter chocolate delicacies will be in your basket? Do you consider yourself to be more of a chocolate connoisseur? Here’s where you’ll find the world’s most expensive chocolate, all ranging from $100 to $350!

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