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A twist on the Swiss Easter tradition ("egg knocking", "egg tapping" or "egg bashing") that's been around for centuries. Typically played with hard-boiled eggs, knock your egg against your opponents to see who can remain uncracked.
How to play:
Knock your egg against your opponent’s egg, first bottom to bottom, then top to top. Try to crack the others but keep yours unharmed. The owner of the egg with the harder shell (the one that doesn’t break) is the winner. Who knew Easter could be this much fun?
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Contains milk. Made in a facility with four and nuts. No peanuts on premises. No gluten. No preservatives. Enjoy within a few months of purchase. Store in a cool, dry place.
As of March 2022, our Milk, Dark and White Chocolate contain sunflower lecithin (no soy) regardless of ingredients that may be listed on packaging.
For items that cannot be shipped, please select store pick-up at one of our two KC area locations.
Shipped orders are sent at the beginning of each week to avoid the risk that items could sit in the courier’s warehouse and face extreme changes in temperature. Polar insulation will be included if necessary.
*Important Information Regarding Shipping to Warm Regions
In warm weather months, or when shipping to a warm-weather destination, our system will require you to choose options that automatically include a cold pack. As temperatures cool, shipping options will default to no cold pack needed.
Price per destination:
UPS Ground: $19 - May not be available to all destinations in warmer months
UPS 2-Day : $40 - Recommended when shipping to/from 80+ degree temps
UPS Overnight: $60 - Recommended when shipping to/from 80+ degree temps
The image on this page is an estimated timeline for UPS Ground Shipping from our store in Kansas City. These are not guaranteed delivery timelines, but simply estimates provided by UPS.
Yellow - should arrive the day after it leaves us
Brown - 2 days after
Green - 3 days after; Red 4 days after (Ground Service not available in warm months)