Selection choc full of surprises

DON’T know which Easter egg to buy that special someone? You’re running out of time.

Here are some of the Hunter’s finest.

Elegant Bennett:

This is the first Easter it will be available here, and we can feel the excitement in shopping centre aisles.

Little is known about it, except that it’s tall, lean and has been around so long in other markets that some grandparents grew up with it.

Crafted by pure experience using a tightly guarded dark chocolate recipe, the Elegant Bennett is packaged with a minimum of frills.

It doesn’t crave attention.

Rocky Hunter Street:

Bask in the non-existent joy that this perennial inner-city letdown brings your loved ones.

While it doesn’t look like much from the packaging, a surprise awaits those who bite through the crumbling veneer to the centre.

Emptiness.

Holmesville Delight:

Basically a chocolate Hawko, this ever-popular treat is as much at home in the display at Myer as it is in the servo fridge at Westy.

There were problems when they first hit the shelves and became targets for shoplifters.

In some shops you can only buy a Holmesville Delight if you ask at the counter.

Golden inside and out. And low fat.

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