With so much chaos and uncertainty going on right now I thought now would be a great time to celebrate chocolate with you! Chocolate always makes everything in my life better, so I’m excited to share how we’ll be celebrating Easter this year. We’re going to Celebrate Easter with Purdys Canada.
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Purdys Canada. As always, opinions are all my own.
Recently, Purdys Canada sent me probably the best package I’ve ever gotten as a blogger – which is why I decided to share with you on here (instead of just an Instagram story, because hello, CHOCOLATE deserves its own post!)
Okay, time to be real for a second: If you know me, you know I love chocolate. Like it’s more than just a guilty pleasure for me, its a way of life. Chocolate = happiness in my little world, and Purdys? They do chocolate right.
confession time: before this package I had never tried purdys before!
We hit the lottery with this package. It included:
- Vegan Dark Chocolate Egg
- Easter Basket: Full of goodness (crispy nibbles bunny, yolk etc, etc!)
- Baby Bunny
- Barnaby Bunny x2
- Spring Egg Gift Box
- Spring Wreath Gift Tin
- Bunny Bag
- Foiled Eggs, 6 pc
- Easter Mini Favourites
- Bunny Gift box
- Mini Sweet Georgia Browns
I mean – can you say jackpot? I had never tried Purdys before so when the box arrived I was really excited to dive in, however, I want to enjoy these goodies over the holidays of easter, and will be using most of it to make my kids gift baskets – score!
I won’t lie, I did dig into a few things (hello Mini Sweet Georgia Browns where have you been my whole life!)
Doesn’t it all just look amazing?
Purdys – Easter’s Most Wanted
Purdys Chocolatier was founded in 1907 in Vancouver, BC. With more than 80 shops across the country, Purdys is Canada’s go-to destination for innovative and quality chocolates. Purdys chocolates are made daily at their factory kitchen in Vancouver, BC using only the freshest ingredients. Every creation at Purdys uses sustainable cocoa, ensuring their cocoa farmer partners and co-ops are supported by programs that improve their profits and the livelihoods of their families and communities.
What I love most (besides the delicious quality chocolates) was in every box is the name of the person who packaged it for you — I thought this was a really neat touch.