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Behold the Benedict Cumberbunny - the ultimate Easter treat

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Easter: one of the best days of the year for chocolate lovers, and now - Benedict Cumberbatch fans, too.

Behold the Cumberbunny. Part bow tie-wearing Benedict Cumberbatch sculpture, part bunny rabbit, it looks (almost) too good to eat.

The £50 Cumberbatch tribute snack comes from chocolatier Jen Lindsey-Clark, who previously immortalised Cumberbatch - all 6 foot of him - into a life size Chocobatch in time for Easter last year.

Her and her team have now rebranded as Chocolatician, and their website describes the Cumberbunny as "A delicious Belgian chocolate rabbit with a handsome face and a tasty bottom."

There's one for every type of sweet tooth's tastebuds too, as he comes in handmade milk, dark, and white chocolate, made from a generous 400 grams of chocolate and sprinkled with 'lustre dust.' Intriguing.

The Cumberbunny is limited edition, so hop to it and get your hands on him pronto, here.

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