The first exciting thing about the egg from La Maison Du Chocolat (HK$230) is that the shell is made from real eggshell! There were no instructions on how to properly remove it, so I just cracked it. Inside was a thin layer of dark chocolate, then praline filling. The chocolate melted in my mouth; its bitterness mixed with the sweetness of the praline was the perfect combination. The crispy hazelnuts in the praline enriched the chocolate's texture. 5/5
Wayne Yuen Chun-wing, 15
The Godiva egg (HK$90) was the most elegant, with its simple packaging and design. The Truffle Creme Egg is filled with a combination of truffle and marshmallow, a brilliant blend of flavours. It's a shame the marshmallow wasn't chewy, but creamy. Otherwise, it's a delicious treat. 4/5
Kent De Jesus, 17
I picked the largest egg, a dark chocolate one from Agnes B (HK$185). It just proved the worst things come in big packages! It's well presented, with elaborate patterns on the front of the egg; but the taste was very average. What's more, this hollow egg doesn't even have patterns on the back. I think it's a rip-off. 2/5
Charlotte Chan, 14
The Cova egg (HK$170) comes prettily packaged, and wrapped in gold foil and ribbons The shell was quite thick and hard, but once you crack it open, you're rewarded with a gift - a blue bracelet. The chocolate taste was nothing special - it's 51 per cent dark chocolate and 49 per cent milk chocolate. I learned an important lesson - never judge a chocolate by its brand, price or packaging. 3/5
Leona Chen Ying-tong, 15
The outer milk chocolate shell of a Kinder Hazelnut Egg covers a layer of white chocolate. This houses runny, creamy chocolate mousse with crunchy bits. It's good for those with a seriously sweet tooth! 3/5
The bright colours of the wrapping from the Cadbury's Creme Egg give a preview of what's inside. Within a rich, thick chocolate shell, an even richer fondant filling mimics egg whites. This classic egg satisfies all chocolate and sugar cravings. 4/5
With all the fancy over-packaging of so-called luxury brands that's out there, the simple foil wrapping on this Disney Easter Egg is refreshingly environmentally friendly. But these are definitely heavier on the "milk" than the "chocolate". 3/5
Kent: My "Chocolate Bonanza" was a white chocolate bar - I love its unique sweetness - filled with M&M's and Maltesers, candy-shell eggs and almonds. It was my chocolate dream-come-true.
Charlotte: My "Pink Caramel Crunch Bunny Bar feat. Freeze-Dried Strawberries and More" was 54 per cent sugar-free dark chocolate (a healthier option), chopped caramel pieces, assorted pebble chocolate, rare Himalayan pink salt (to add something exotic!), freeze-dried strawberry slices (healthy again, and also tangy), topped by a milk- and white-chocolate Easter Bunny. Awesome!
Leona: I ordered a milk chocolate base with an Easter Bunny-shaped chocolate, a 3D egg, pop rocks, dried apricots, Malteser pieces and a pink chocolate flower. , and some Easter-themed ingredients like a chocolate Easter Bunny and a 3-D easter egg. The chocolate bar itself was mixed with some harder, tiny pieces of chocolate, which, along with the Malteser bits, created a pleasant crunchy texture. Dried apricots are a personal favourite of mine - I like their tropical scent and healthiness. The sweetness of the pink flower was the perfect finishing touch.
Wayne: I wanted my chocolate to have an Easter theme, so chose to decorate with a bunny and 3D eggs. I also wanted some crunch and texture in the chocolate, hence the pop rocks, and pink and white crispy chocolate pearls. It was wonderful - the crispy pearls stayed intact as the chocolate melted in my mouth. From appearance to taste, I loved my chocolate bar!