Limerick-based artisan Chocolatier Braw launches limited edition range of handcrafted Easter eggs

  • Braw - Limited edition Chocolate Easter Egg
Anna Coffey Lynch, Braw, pouring Luker ‘Noche’ Milk Chocolate into her Easter egg moulds. (Pic: Kirsty Lyons)

Limerick-based artisan Chocolatier, Braw, has just launched a distinctive limited edition range of luxurious handcrafted Easter eggs (200g - 250g), which are now available to pre-order online.

Chocolate lovers have two utterly indulgent and eye-catching options to choose from; The first is a hand painted vegan friendly and gluten free Valrhona ‘Manjari’ Madagascan. 

Dark Chocolate Egg studded with Crushed Pistachios, which contains a sweet pistachio surprise. The chocolate has tones of red fruits and is slightly acidic in nature with the lower dark chocolate percentage allowing for it to be rich and luxurious, without being overpowering.

The second is a Luker ’Noche’ Milk Chocolate Egg created using sustainably produced pure 40% Columbian cacao with pleasant milky notes and a defined cocoa flavour, studded with an outer layer of Crumbled Salted Caramel pieces (made using Achill Island Sea Salt) and containing a salted caramel treat inside.

Both of Braw’s eggs are available in limited numbers. Founder and Chocolatier, Anna Coffey Lynch, will be releasing just one hundred of each flavour on her website - for local delivery and collection. The cost per egg is €25 plus a charge of €5 for postage and packaging. Pre-orders for Easter delivery can be made online now at

On the launch of the new Easter egg range, Braw’s Founder, Anna Coffey Lynch commented: “These eggs are made with carefully selected chocolate from the finest suppliers to create a truly indulgent flavour combination. Every egg has been handmade in small batches and I hope you’ll enjoy eating them as much as I have enjoyed creating them!”

Having spent a decade honing her skills as a Pastry Chef in top restaurants in Ireland and abroad (including the likes of the luxurious five star Adare Manor, Co. Limerick), four years of which were as Head Chocolatier of Cocoa Atelier in Dublin, Anna decided to set up Braw almost a year ago during the first Covid-19 lockdown. She hasn’t looked back since; her business has flourished over the last 12 months with orders of her sought after small batch chocolate creations and baked care packages going out to homes in every corner of the country (and further afield), as well as collaborating with other food and drinks brands, and having her products stocked in a number of leading independent cafes and food stores.

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