Róisín Easter Eggs and Chocolate Bars are now available in stores nationwide!
Time to get egg-cited! Aldi’s Luxury Easter Eggs created by Lir are in store now. The popular Róisín eggs and chocolate bars are now available in 150 stores nationwide.
Tired of your usual egg choice? Why not try something new and more egg-venturous this Easter? Lir’s luxurious, hand decorated Easter eggs are the perfect solution to get you out of your chocolate rut.
Created in Dublin in 1987, Lir’s award-winning chocolate is sure to have you egg-static this Easter. Now coming from their new home in Co. Meath, the Lir Easter eggs and chocolate bars come in an array of delicious flavours. Aldi are delighted to be working with this Irish supplier.
If you’re looking to egg-splore and eggs-periment with a fun new flavour, try the Róisín Salted Caramel Egg €9.99. It will definitely leave you satisfiedwith its Creamy Belgian milk chocolate egg, with crispy piece inclusions in the shell. Carefully hand decorated with salted caramel pearls with salted caramel truffles.
For the orange chocolate lover in your family, try the Róisín Valencia Orange Egg €9.99. With its delicious Creamy Belgian Milk Chocolate egg and Valencia orange oil, it is sure to get their peel off approval. Delicately hand decorated with a shimmer and splash decoration with salted caramel truffles.
Finished your Easter egg and already want more? Chocoholics fear not, treat yourself to one of the Róisín Filled Bars for just €1.99. With choices of Hazelnut, Salted Caramel and Valencia Orange, chances bar you’ll find one you love.
Find these and lots more Easter treats in 150 Aldi stores nationwide:
Róisín Easter Egg – €9.99 – choose from Salted Caramel or Valencia Orange.
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