These Pheasant eggs are newcomers to the Chocolate Detective’s Curated Collection – her very favourite products from a lifetime of tasting chocolate.
Introduced to Britain by the Romans, the hoarse call of the male Pheasant is loud and explosive and is usually followed by emphatic cackling as he takes to the air. Pheasants stay on the ground by day, roosting in trees over night. A handsome fellow, he has a long slender and tapering tail, and is dressed in the palette of autumn colours.
Descriptions and artwork are taken from Madeleine Floyd’s ‘Birdsong’.
Sugar, praline 14% (HAZELNUTS, sugar), whole MILK powder, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, crispy flakes (WHEAT flour, sugar, MILK, concentrated butter (MILK), salt), LACTOSE, enrobing agents (gum arabic, carnauba wax, beeswax, shellac), starches, cocoa powder, emulsifier: SOYA lecithin, glucose syrup, colouring foodstuffs (spirulina, apple safflower, lemon, radish, and cherry concentrates, malted BARLEY extract), salt, natural vanilla flavouring. Milk chocolate contains 30% cocoa solids and 19% minimum milk solids.
See capitalised ingredients. May also contain traces of other tree nuts, gluten, eggs and sesame seeds as these are handled in our kitchens.
Per 100g: Energy 495kcal, Fat 23g of which saturates 11g, Carbohydrates 66g of which sugars 61g, Protein 5.0g, Salt 0.2g
Part of the Chocolate Detective Curated Collection