For this week's Reader Recommends we asked for the best Easter eggs that are on the selves. Here are some of the best and unique eggs you can buy...

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Single malt whisky brand, Talisker, has partnered with an Edinburgh based chocolatier to create its first ever Easter egg. A spokesperson for Talisker explained that the rich single malt pairs perfectly with the premium dark chocolate from COCO Chocolatier, resulting in a marriage of “intense and indulgent flavours”.

The Talisker Easter Egg is priced at £35 and combines dark chocolate, made using premium South American cocoa, with sea salt straight from the home of Talisker, on the Isle of Skye.

Accompanying the Easter egg are bespoke Talisker Whisky sea salted caramels, for a smokey, salty bite of the dramatic coastline of the Isle of Skye.

Off the back of their successful, realistic looking avocado egg, Waitrose will be selling a range of so-called 'art of illusion' eggs.

Heston Blumenthal is back with his new Eggstraordinary Chocolate Hen's Eggs, which look just like the real thing but are, in fact, made from white chocolate and house a soft two-tone banoffee centre, with layers of fresh banana purée ganache and dark chocolate caramel ganache.

Continuing with the theme of illusion, the Spring Lemon looks like it's ready to be sliced and squeezed. A surprising Easter treat, zesty lemon flavours complement smooth white chocolate for a sweet, yet citrusy flavour.

For a grown-up upgrade to a traditional Easter Egg hunt, the Heston from Waitrose Eggstraordinary Speckled Eggs are back by popular demand. At first sight, these blue speckled mini eggs might not look like anything out of the ordinary, however chocoholics will be delighted to find a delicious fleur de sel caramel filling.

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Brand new for 2020 are the Aldi and Moser Roth artisan, alcohol infused Easter eggs.

Gin fans will enjoy a Gin White Chocolate Egg, and there's also a Prosecco and Raspberry Milk Chocolate Egg - both £4.99.

The gin egg is infused with gin and juniper and hand decorated with edible lustre, giving it a celebratory sparkle. Meanwhile, the Prosecco and Raspberry Milk Chocolate Egg presents a match made in fizz heaven with a classic prosecco and raspberry pairing.

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Aldi will also be home to a range of giant eggs, including the Moser Roth Giant Ostrich egg, Butterfly and Bloom eggs, and a Moser Roth Giant Dragon egg - all £14.99.

The Ostrich egg is an 800g giant white chocolate egg with caramel flavouring. The Butterfly and Bloom egg is made with Fairtrade cocoa and hand decorated with 3D butterflies and flowers, and nested within the shell is a gold lustre Belgian blonde chocolate egg.

The Moser Roth Giant Dragon Egg is hand finished with a decorative ombre effect of bright russet to deep copper, and with a rich lustre finish.

If you're following a dairy-free or plant-based diet, then you don't have to miss out this Easter, thanks to a range of eggs from NOMO - a first for the free-from brand. Available now, the new Easter collection is completely vegan and free from dairy, gluten, egg and nuts.

On sale at Tesco, Morrisons, ASDA, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Holland & Barrett stores for an RRP of £6 each, NOMO’s eggs come in three flavours - Caramel and Sea Salt, Fruit and Crunch, and Creamy Choc.

Each eggs comes with an accompanying NOMO chocolate bar.

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Cadbury is springing into the Easter season with an abundance of delightful new products to choose from, including new Cadbury Creme Egg and Cadbury Mini Egg gift tins, the new Cadbury Caramel Shell Egg and a Cadbury Dairy Milk Giant Hollow Bunny, to name a few.

The new range is available to buy alongside familiar favourites as well as last year's in demand Oreo Egg. The new caramel shell egg, £3.49, combines a classic Dairy Milk chocolate shell egg with a milk chocolate egg filled with a caramel centre. The best of both worlds.

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This Cheesalicious Easter Egg, £4.50, is described as the “perfect alternative Easter gift for those who favour savoury over sweet”.

Made from cheddar, using milk from Lancashire farms, the so-called ‘cheester’ egg is designed to be a “show-stopping cheeseboard centre piece” for the family to enjoy over the Easter weekend.

After the launch of the cheddar egg last year, a blue cheese version is now available, as is a Chester egg double yoker - two cheese eggs and a Blacksticks Lovers triple Easter treat.

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