Holdsworth Mini Sea Salted Caramel Eggs

Holdsworth Sea Salted Caramel Eggs

A big thankyou to Holdsworth Chocolates for today's review, they sent me this lovely box of their Sea Salted Caramel Eggs some time ago now and I absolutely loved them. Just a heads up - I will be doing a competition with Holdsworth soon, so you'll be able to win a hamper of some of their delicious chocolates - stay tuned! In the meantime do check out their lovely range online.

Holdsworth Sea Salted Caramel Eggs

You can find Holdsworth Chocolates from John Lewis stores or buy them online. Their chocolates are handmade in Derbyshire using only quality ingredients, and all I've tried so far have been top notch! (FYI they do some amazing looking Peanut Butter Caramel Truffles!).

These Salted Caramel Mini Eggs come in a lovely box complete with a fun bunny design - it made me chuckle quite a bit. They would make a fantastic gift.

Holdsworth Sea Salted Caramel Eggs

Opening the wrapper the eggs looked like typical mini chocolate eggs and had a lovely milky aroma. The salted caramel is in two halves inside the eggs - I tried to split one open to get a shot but it proved a little tricky!

Holdsworth Sea Salted Caramel Eggs

They tasted AH-MAH-ZING. The chocolate is creamy and rich and clearly good quality (33% cocoa solids). The soft caramel too is great quality - it tastes homemade and authentic, soft, buttery, sweet, salty, and very very moreish! I loved these eggs, they're quite rich and satisfying so you won't want to eat too many at once, and are definitely worth the money. The caramel is also probably one of the best I've had in terms of sweet and salty balance - it was just right.

Overall, I think these are fantastic mini eggs and would make a great gift for anyone who likes good quality chocolates. If you need a last minute gift for a special someone you can't go wrong with a box of these this Easter.

9 out of 10.

I'll be doing a competition to win a hamper of Holdsworth Chocolates very soon - do stay tuned via my Instagram and Twitter feeds for that!


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