The rest of this review is really going to be a series of photos with a basic description so you can understand them more fully. The ingredients and methods used for each bunny (and chick, you'll see) strongly suggest the scent, flavor, texture, and sound will be the same or have very little variation.
Only one of all of these samples were damaged in transport; that is a risk you have whenever you order most things. The Basket Bunny Milk Chocolate is 5.5oz and the second largest sample we were sent. If you look closely you can see that he has dark chocolate on his eyes, nose, and in the center section of the basket he is sort of cuddling. White chocolate forms the inside of his ears, his prominent teeth, and the bulk of his eyes.
One good thing about him breaking is that this allows me to show you that these are hollow molds. You can see they are have varying thickness based on what body part we are looking into.
Emvi Chocolate that we received. This is a lot like the minis were, far less anthropomorphic than most of the other samples but still very adorable, don't you think? The only points of milk chocolate are in the eyes and the nose while white chocolate can be found on the inside of the ears and most of the eyes.
The funniest critter of this set from Emvi Chocolate has to be the Hunz Bunny Milk Chocolate, a chubby fellow with tummy exposed by his too short shirt as he chills out almost shyly. He weighs 3oz and he's not ashamed of that fact, just a bit laid back with his flopped down ears and overalls as he waits for you to enjoy him.
Emvi Chocolate has this Chick Milk Chocolate just coming out of his white shell that sits on head and around lower body. This is the most white chocolate of any of the molded Easter samples but it only is on the front, the back is milk chocolate. You can also see some dark chocolate in the eyes as well as an orange that is likely colored white chocolate.
Look at the photos again, Sisters and Brothers, consider the fine details and adorableness. Know that these real ingredients resulted in a very wonderful dark chocolate and great creamy milk chocolate. Small American family produced only adds to the appeal and makes it easy to declare these Sacrament Worthy. Please do check out Emvi Chocolate and let them know what you think about their creations that we've shared with you today. If you live in Brooklyn you may be able to find these today but don't want because these guys should be hopping into cars for Easter fast.