You might think that putting together an Easter basket is as easy as, say, dying Easter eggs. Add some fake green grass, a few colorful plastic eggs filled with jelly beans, the requisite chocolate bunny with a few other saccharin treats for good measure and you'll appease just about every little person under 12-years-old. But Easter isn't just for children and creating a memorable basket takes considerable forethought and a chic eye.
Whether it's top-notch chocolates or a dollop of white sturgeon washed down with a sip of Hangar's new Rose vodka--which we've admittedly been looking for a reason to buy-- culling together luxe treats for the chicest of baskets is almost as fun as the ingredients are yummy. So In honor of decidedly adult feasts, I've listed a few items, including one adorable non-edible gift, which should round out what could be the chicest Easter basket EVER! No hunting required!
Hangar 1 new Rose Vodka $32
Saks Fifth Avenue Charbonnel et Walker Milk Sea Salt Caramel Truffles $150
Saks Fifth Avenue Louis Sherry 12-piece Nile blue Truffle Collection $40
Avenue ROE caviar White Sturgeon from Neiman Marcus $100
Saks Fifth Avenue Sugarfina Sweet Sparkling Bento gummy bear box $65
Herend Handstand Bunny Figurine from Neiman Marcus $245
Savannah Bee Company Sourwood Gold Reserve Honey $105