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Cracking Easter Box of Treats

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About This Hamper

Easter and chocolate, Easter and chocolate, go together like a… Well, you get the idea. Easter is one of the very few times of the year where chocolate lovers are able – and actively encouraged – to try as much of the good stuff as they can. Chocolate eggs, bunnies, chicks, and all manner of weird and wonderful shapes and flavours are available at this time of year. Isn’t it great?

Yes. Yes it is great.

Celebrate Easter in style and indulge the friends and family who can’t get enough of their favourite sweet confection three hundred and sixty-four days a year. Don’t turn up for Easter dinner empty handed – bring dessert! After the lamb and the spring greens have been finished, impress everyone by placing A Quarter Of’s large Cracking Easter Box of Treats in the middle of the table and telling everyone to help themselves.

It won’t matter how full they think they are; when they see this treasure chest of goodies sitting in front of them they won’t be able to resist having a peek inside. And what will they find there? Well how about Cadbury’s Crème Egg to start with. Then there are the white chocolate raisins and the Wispa bars. Not to mention the chocolate covered Brazil nuts and the gold coins.

There’s more too! Because although Easter and chocolate do go together perfectly, sweetness in general works well too. So for those who (shock! Horror!) are not fans of the creamy and delicious confection, well, why not offer them jellies and foams? They’ll appreciate your thoughtfulness and it’ll leave the chocolate to the real chocoholics.

The large size is just right for sharing with friends and family, but if your Easter is a cosy affair, you could always try the medium size, great for a smaller gathering. Or if this is a special gift for a special person (or for yourself!), then the small size will work just as well.

Whichever you choose, it’ll look stunning and taste even better.

Happy Easter!

The Type of Hamper

Pick and mix sweets have a certain air of nostalgia about them as many of us can remember traditional sweet shops (or even the legendary Woolworths stores). Relive the good ol' days with this hamper of tasty nostalgic confectionery.

The Perfect Occasion

Ideal for birthdays Celebrate a special birthday for a special person with a special hamper! These hampers are often filled with a selection of tasty treats and some even come with a birthday cake!

Ideal for Easter Think of Easter and you might think of chocolate Easter eggs. This type of hamper goes one better by fusing a selection of treats together into a magnificent gift, perfect for friends and family.

Say "thanks" Say thank you with a gift hamper of treats. This hamper is great as a thank you gift for a teacher, or for a house-sitter, or for someone who has helped you out recently. Designed to be budget friendly this hamper offers a wonderful impact and will be greatly welcomed.

The Presentation

This hamper arrives in a wooden box. Similar to a wicker hamper this box is fantastic for using as storage around the house, up in the attic or as the basis as a gift for a friend. A wooden box certainly makes a great first impression and offers a true wow factor to the recipient.

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