• Koko Black has launched its 2024 Easter collection.
    Koko Black has launched its 2024 Easter collection.
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Koko Black has launched its 2024 Easter collection, bringing old favourites and new gifts to shelves and Easter bunny burrows.

As part of its experience collection, the Critters Hideout is a Koko Critters experience featuring eight pull out drawers filled with 24 Koko Critter Milk Tiles and 32 ‘Who Am I’ playing cards. The new Twilight Treasure Hunt is a re-imagination of the fan-favourite Koko Burrow, with eggs and pralines to be discovered along the way.

Each year, the brand expands its story world and its collection of Koko Critters have new adventures in the Koko Forest. This year, the Koko Koala, Pip Platypus and Percy Penguin have all packed chocolatey treats and are set to explore from the creek, the beach and forest floor.

Signature items in the 2024 Koko Easter collection include: The Critters Hideout, Twilight Treasure Hunt, Koko Critter Habitats including Pip’s Burrow Percy’s Nest and Koko’s Treehouse; Half Dozen Eggs including Carrot Cake, Salted Caramel, Mango & Passionfruit and Whisky Cream & Caramel; Hollow Eggs; Bites including Caramel Apple Bites, Hot Cross Bites, Apricot Bites and Carrot Cake; and Nest Eggs with Praline Eggs, Milk with Milk Chocolate Sprinkles, and Dark with Dark Chocolate Sprinkles.

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