Bulgari's Luxury Easter Egg Makes For An Impressive Easter Holiday - Geek.com

If you’re celebrating Easter this year, your abode might be rife with colorful Easter eggs, Easter bunnies, or other colorful pastel decor. But have you ever considered dropping half a hundred on a designer chocolate Easter egg? No? You might want to put your credit card far away from you and never head to Japan then because this post is about to make you want to. No, seriously.

Check out the Uovo di Pasqua (“Easter Egg,) at the Il Cioccolato shops in the Bulgar Ginza Tower in Tokyo. It was a limited edition item sold at the shop, where just 50 went home with lucky shoppers in the Matsuya Ginza Department Store. Packaged in a gorgeous black Bulgar box and bag, you’d think you’d have just purchased a designer bag or some sort of luxurious perfume, but what’s waiting inside is actually a clear plastic box with an Easter egg etched with gold leaf and a beautiful design. Oh, and it’s pretty big, too.

Bulgari's Luxury Easter Egg Makes For An Impressive Easter Holiday - Geek.com

The folks at RocketNews24 chowed down on the delicious-looking egg, which came with a note describing the story behind the egg and explaining that the egg itself is made of bitter chocolate. The taste was described as a little sweet for bitter chocolate, but as I’m not a fan of dark chocolate anyway, I’m not too concerned about that. My only real worry is that this chocolate egg would be too gorgeous and luxurious to eat. Just look at that thing. When’s the last thing you purchased something from Bulgari that you were just going to take out of the package and eat?

This Easter egg is certainly an impressive thing to snag if you’re looking for something unusual to nab this holiday, but if you’re not in Japan, unfortunately, you’re going to miss out, until the United States gets in step with these awesome Easter eggs, anyway.

Bulgari's Luxury Easter Egg Makes For An Impressive Easter Holiday – Geek.com

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