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Baileys Feaster egg hunt at Harvey Nichols

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Easter was great as a kid wasn’t it? Between the excitement of an egg hunt and the excuse to eat chocolate, it’s hard to think of a better celebration.

Baileys doesn’t believe that growing up is an excuse to stop enjoying these things, and last year launched the delicious Baileys Chocolat Luxe – a combination of real Belgian chocolate and Baileys, the first time that real Belgian chocolate has been fused with alcohol in a way that delivers the multi-sensory experience of chocolate in a glass . This Easter Baileys have created the Baileys Chocolat Luxe Easter egg, in partnership with master chocolatier, Lucie Bennett.

Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt* is £25 a ticket and takes place on Saturday 19 April from 12pm to 9pm, with different time slots throughout the day, which you can book here. The ticket includes the immersive theatre experience, a six-course feast and the Baileys Chocolat Luxe Easter Egg.

The world-first immersive theatre performance and dining experience will unfold across five floors of a Harvey Nichols, London, transporting the Knightsbridge department store back in time to the graceful elegance and artistry of the 18th century Rococo movement.

The audience will be immersed into a witty and playful world where they will join, follow and interact with the brilliant cast, in a search for a Baileys Chocolat Luxe Easter Egg.

Available in Harvey Nichols brassieres and cafes nationwide, the Chocolat Luxe Easter Egg has a sweet and creamy inner Baileys Chocolat Luxe ganache core, reminiscent of a soft-boiled egg yoke, served with bespoke toasted chocolate brioche soldiers.

Baileys Feaster Egg Hunt will be open to the public for one day only on Saturday 19th April; with a limited number of pre-booked tickets for £25 available via 08454 639 558 or baileysfeasteregghunt@hellounity.com.

*over 18's only

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