In Italy, during Easter time all the shop windows are filled with chocolate Easter eggs like this one from Baci Perugina. Baci has been making chocolate Easter eggs for so many years that people have adopted it as part of their annual Easter tradition.
There are three reasons for the present tradition: the chocolate, the wrapping and the surprises inside. Each egg holds 4 pieces of “Bacio,” a “kiss” of chocolate filled with a hazelnut and the milk chocolate-hazelnut paste known as gianduia. The foil-wrapped kisses include a message of love that’s translated into five languages, not to mention you'll also find a small silver gift hidden inside.
Enhancing the presentation is the wrapping in patterned foil paper. Cinched with blue cord, the top is dramatically arranged, fanned in an arrowhead shape.Order your special Baci Easter Egg today and see for yourself why Perugina’s master chocolatiers worked overtime to develop this Easter chocolate master piece.