Jolis Coeurs: Discover the ultra-smooth ganaches and crisp praline for love at first bite this Easter.
The star of this year’s Easter chocolate collection is a small, mischievous bunny peeking out of a big hat, ready to hide for the egg hunt. Available in home-made dark, milk or white chocolate made from Cameroon and Ecuador cocoa beans. The hat is made of paper, the ears, nose and bow tie are made from white/ dark/ milk chocolate.
What a neat trick: this Magician’s Hat is grand in every respect
The chocolate Magician’s Hat is the perfect treat for the entire family after a succulent Easter meal. “Too tempting to look at for long—this one’s delicious every step of the way,” says Pierre Marcolini. “And once the outer layers are gone, 45 Small Eggs in six flavors appear… shall we say, out of nowhere.”
The Big Lovely Heart Egg is an Egg made of dark chocolate containing 30 Small Eggs with recipes specially created for this Spring season. The heart symbols are made of white chocolate, the base of dark chocolate.
2019 White House Easter Eggs
The White House Historical Association (WHHA) is also selling Easter eggs. There is no chocolate on the horizon. The limited-edition wooden eggs will be given as gifts to children attending the White House Easter Egg Roll on April 22, 2019. They’re available for purchase to the public while supplies last.
WHHA is the exclusive retailer of the 2019 American-made eggs and is honored to donate a number of eggs to the White House Easter Egg Roll for the second consecutive year. The Eggs are inspired by the rich colors found in the White House State Rooms and gardens: the Green Room, the Blue Room, the Red Room, the Vermeil Room, and the Rose Garden.
Individual eggs, in blue, green, pink, and red, retail for $8.50 each; the vermeil egg retails for $14.95. The full set of five eggs retails for $34.95. WHHA is pleased to offer an assortment of new Easter merchandise, including the 4th annual Anna Weatherly Easter egg, classic Easter basket, and tote bag featuring artwork from artist Katherine Barnwell.
Proceeds of WHHA products, including the White House Easter Eggs, support the Association’s nonprofit, nonpartisan mission to preserve, protect, and provide public access to the rich history of America’s Executive Mansion and educate the public on the history of the White House.