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Entry from March 24, 2016
Eggspresso (egg + espresso)

An “eggspresso” (egg + espresso) is a shot of espresso inside of a chocolate Easter egg. Campos Coffee (Australia) tweeted about its “eggspresso” on April 4, 2012. Karvan Coffee (Perth, Australia) popularized the “eggspresso” on Instagram in March 2016.
“Eggspresso” has been cited on Twitter since February 13, 2009, but the term had meant other things, such as an egg in an espresso.
Anders J. Svensson
@yetiexists Eggspresso!
3:09 PM - 13 Feb 2009
Arinawe Piüs Keeya
Nobody has eaten eggspressos before!
12:11 PM - 30 Mar 2010
K. City Coffee House
Today’s specials: 16oz Funky Monkey Latte (chocolate & banana) for $3.50 and whole paninis & Eggspressos $4 and sandwiches are just $3.75.
9:52 AM - 15 Dec 2011
Campos Coffee
Here is the Happy Easter Eggspresso!  Available tomorrow @CamposNewtown @don_campos @CamposMelbourne @CamposCoffeeQLD
2:45 AM - 4 Apr 2012
Campos Queensland
The ‘Eggspresso’
Deliciously rich Campos Superior, encased in a smooth milk chocolate egg.
Served until Easter… http://fb.me/1iN7Y95nh
5:33 PM - 14 Apr 2014
Campos Coffee
Eggstra! Eggstra! We’re serving Eggspressos in flagship stores from now ‘til Easter. Yep, that’s an espresso shot poured into an Easter egg.
8:19 PM - 30 Mar 2015
Besser Brew Bar
Eggspressos anyone? Don’t tell the kids but we are cracking the eggs open early this year! Come… https://www.instagram.com/p/BDFPkvLOnwJ/
12:02 AM - 18 Mar 2016
Daily Mail (UK)
Just when you thought Easter treats couldn’t get more egg-streme! New ‘Eggspresso’ trend sees cafes serving coffee inside chocolate eggs
. Cafes are creating Easter themed drinks for the holiday
. The ‘Eggspresso’ features chocolate Easter eggs and espresso coffee
. Happy customers are posting snaps to Instagram
. The trend has spread all over the world
PUBLISHED: 23:56 EST, 23 March 2016 | UPDATED: 03:42 EST, 24 March 2016
Mirror (UK)
Coffee served in chocolate EASTER EGGS is the latest craze just in time for holiday weekend
17:29, 24 MAR 2016 UPDATED 18:27, 24 MAR 2016
Coffee shops across the globe have started serving coffee in Easter eggs - and the trend could pick up in Britain too.
The eggspresso has taken off in the southern hemisphere in Australia and New Zealand.
Chocolate fans have gone wild for the Easter treat down under.
Karvan Coffee in Perth Australia has posted a series of mouthwatering videos on its Instagram page showing shots of coffee being poured into hollow Easter eggs, melting them a little making them all the more delicious.
Eggspressos Are Espresso Shots Served in Chocolate Easter Eggs, Obviously
by Whitney Filloon Mar 24, 2016, 3:00p @whitneyfilloon
Australia’s enthusiasm for Easter-themed novelty sweets cannot be denied: First came the Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry, and now coffee enthusiasts Down Under are going nuts for eggspressos — coffee served inside chocolate Easter eggs.
This chocolatey creation sure to rival the sugar content of any Starbucks Frappuccino was made famous on Instagram by Karvan Coffee, a cafe located in the city of Perth. Hollow chocolate eggs with the tops cut off are placed into espresso cups — a seemingly necessary step, unless you want this scalding hot concoction to wind up in your lap — and then shots are brewed straight into the cups. As the beverage is sipped, the confection slowly melts into the beverage.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Thursday, March 24, 2016 • Permalink

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