I would crack open an egg to find chocolate umbrellas and guitars 1

A couple of weeks prior to Easter, Fantasie Fine Chocolates outlets adorn a festive look with different-sized eggs, coated with colourful foil, and chocolate Easter bunnies sitting pretty on the shelves. Easter always brings back childhood memories for chocolatier Zeba Kohli. She reminisces, “My granddad [A Fazelbhoy] would fill hollow Easter eggs with cute surprises and I would crack them open to find cotton chicks, chocolate-coated almond rocks, chocolate umbrellas, shoes and guitars. I would even take them to friends’ homes for Easter parties and everyone would have fun with these goodies.” While she has continued the tradition of offering stuffed egg varieties in different sizes, she also innovates with flavours. “This time, I have added orange, almond, butterscotch and cashew flavours. Tiny eggs with floral decorations are also a hit this season,” she adds. Besides eggs, you can also pick up edible chocolate horses, roosters, bunny lollipops and chocolate baskets.