Lindt Gold Bunny
Trash Food Guidance 1. Fragrance and Flavour: Lindt make really creamy milk chocolate. As a milk chocolate fan, this is definitely up my alley. It's less sugary than Cadbury but feels much more luxurious than Cadbury. There is a prominent cocoa flavour but certainly nothing like their dark chocolate. 17/20 2. Texture: This is a silky chocolate that has quite a slick mouth feel. Sometimes that can be too much for me, but if I am feeling like something decadent then this is my go-to. 16/20 3. Appearance and packaging: This is all about the presentation. The gold bunnies are iconic and very cute. If I remember correctly, Lindt also made gold bilbies for their Aussie market once upon a time. Great localisation there. 15/20 4. Value/ price: These were hela cheap after Easter. These were $2 and I think they normally retail for $6. Winner. 15/20 5. Novelty and fun: These come out every year but I still really like them. One of the reasons I enjoy these is because Lindt is traditionally seen as a high end brand and Easter chocolate is often more about quantity than quality, so I like the juxtaposition of those ideas with the gold bunny. 12/20
Total - 75/💯 Bonus Trash Factor: During the lockdown my mum tried to send me a care package as part of an effort to keep me sane during my confinement. However, the package was never delivered because I didn't get the slip notifying me that I had to get a package from the Post Office. Long story short, the package was sent back to mum and I had to go a visit my parents to get it. When I opened the bag all the bunnies were smashed to smithereens! Poor dead gold bunnies. Plus 3210.0 for revivals.
@lindt_australia - 26 minutes ago