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02nd Feb 2018

Cadbury is bringing back its Hunting Lodge, but with a difference

This a big hit every year.

Laura Holland

Cadbury is bringing back its Creme Egg Hunting Lodge again this year, but it has made one big change.

Instead of taking residence in the usual spot in Dublin this year, it will pop up in different spots around the country. The travelling Creme Egg Hunting Lodge will tour the country from 8th February, stopping off in Dublin, Cork, Kilkenny and Galway.

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Serving a range of Creme Egg inspired treats, the Cadbury Creme Egg Hunting Lodge will also include a takeaway area that is specifically designed for fans that are short on time, with gooey Creme Egg Brownies to-go.

Those with a little more time to spare can enjoy the cosy outdoor area, complete with an egg-citing menu including:

  • Gooey Creme Egg S’mores– gooey Creme Egg pieces and a giant marshmallow, sandwiched between two biscuits
  • Creme Egg Hunters’ Hot Choc– mouth-watering Cadbury hot chocolate, with melted Creme Egg
  • Creme Egg Brownies- chocolate brownies baked to perfection with Creme Eggs

During the event, guests will have to try and crack the code to find the elusive white egg.

Tickets to the café are available to over 16s and spaces are limited to 20-minute sessions so booking is essential. There will be very limited availability for walk-ins each day and the lodge will have a takeaway area for those not taking part in the experience.

The full list of locations are as follows:

Dublin
Location: Smithfield Square
Date: Thursday 8th February, 3.00pm – 6.00pm
Book here

Cork
Location: Cork City
Date: Sunday 11th February, 12.00pm – 6.00pm
Book here

Kilkenny
Location: Kilkenny Town Centre
Date: Sunday 18th February, 12.00pm – 6.00pm
Book here

Galway
Location: Spanish Arch, Galway
Date: Friday 23rd February, 12.00pm – 6.00pm
Book here

Tickets for the Hunting Lodge experience cost €5 and all proceeds will be donated to national mental health charity Aware which is a charity partner of Mondeléz Ireland.

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