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Places to get your Easter feast on

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While it might seem a bit gratuitous to say it out loud, chocolate making in New Zealand really does live the values of purity, ingenuity and local pride that lie at the heart of the Kiwi identity. While we are sure you can find many more, here is our selection of some of the chocolate producers who will make your motorhome holiday unforgettable.

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North Island

Honest Chocolat

2 Matakana Valley Rd, Matakana

Put honesty and chocolate together and you have just cherry picked the full bowl of human virtues right there. Seriously, Honest Choclat is just that. Owner Nico Bonnard and his small team are meticulous in their work and live that honesty in their single sourced product. This philosophy lives large in their beautiful Easter eggs, which are organic, dairy free, gluten free, soy free and ethically sourced. Let’s just say mainstream chocolate will never feel the same.

Wellington Chocolate Company

5 Eva St, Te Aro

With the intriguing promise of “Watch. Taste. Indulge”, the Wellington Chocolate Factory is another bean-to-bar chocolate heaven that will make your taste buds throw handstands. Torturously, this will start to happen long before you actually get the product in your mouth as you watch them roast, winnow, conch and temper their single source ethically sourced beans, with techniques that date back to the eighteenth century. Still, the end product wrapped in incredible packaging from local artists more than justifies the wait.

South Island

Patagonia Chocolate

50 Beach St and 2 Rees St, Queenstown

Main terminal, Queenstown Airport

31 Ramshaw Lane, Arrowtown

155 Ardmore St, Wanaka

If you are a serious chocolate lover you may already know, that besides steaks and gauchos, Argentina is famous for chocolate. If you didn’t know don’t worry, because a trip to one of Patagonia’s five cafes will quickly change all that. Patagonia makes beautiful artisan chocolates and ice cream and also roasts coffee, and if there isn’t something in that trifecta for you, then you have a problem.

The Seriously Good Chocolate Company

147 Spey St, Invercargill

The hometown of Bert Monroe, who achieved a world land speed record on his home modified 1920 Indian motorcycle, Invercargill is also home to the Seriously Good Chocolate Company. Like Bert, this exceptional chocolate producer also draws on the spirit of Kiwi ingenuity - in their case to produce a range of tastes driven by uniquely Kiwi flavours. Sweet clover honey, summer berries, pinot grapes and traditional flavours will keep you wondering what you would like next – and trust us you will want next.