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Personalised Chocolate Bar - Multicoloured Easter Eggs

 
Personalised & Despatched Within 24 Hours
Product Description
Easter is here and, for many of us, that means lots of scrumptious chocolate!

Give the fluffy Easter bunny a little helping hand by popping a delicious treat into the post - they'll have a delightful surprise when they spot a tasty chocolate bar amongst the bills and bank statements!

The wrapper has a cute buttermilk-coloured background with polka dots, and colourful illustrations of Easter eggs. And we'll add the recipient's name beneath the eggs, with your special message printed onto the back of the wrapper. Once the milk chocolate has been wolfed down, your special someone will have a one of a kind keepsake that they can cherish.

Inside, you’ll find a melt-in-the-mouth bar of milk chocolate, with a protective silver foil covering.

What Can I Put On My Chocolate Bar?

You can personalise the front of the wrapper with the lucky recipient's name, in up to 25 characters, and add your special message onto the back, with up to 50 characters over two lines. 

Use our innovative preview feature to see exactly how your words will look - simply type in your message and click the Preview button.

Size: 100g

Ingredients: Sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, cocoa liquor, lactose, whey powder, emulsifier: soya lecithin (cocoa solids 32% minimum, milk solids 14% minimum)

Please note: This chocolate bar contains milk soya and may contain nuts. Store in a dry place and keep away from heat and direct sunlight.

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