A Hatch Made In Heaven

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The Tayto cheese ‘n’ onion Easter Egg.

Finally

Christina writes:

Due to the success of the Tayto chocolate bar Tayto Park has created its own Easter Egg!

The Tayto Park Easter egg which is made out of handmade milk chocolate and Tayto Cheese n’ Onion crisps is €5.99 and ONLY available in Tayto Park shops.

Tayto Park opened its doors for the 2016 season last Friday and with more attractions including The Cú Chulainn Coaster and the new Ice Valley its the perfect place to while away a day whether you are a teen thrill seeker or a fun family…

We have one egg PLUS a Cú Chulainn Coaster mug to giveaway to Tayto Park-loving Broadsheet reader.

To enter, complete this sentence:

‘I  demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to_______________________________________’

Lines MUST close 6.45pm

Tayto Park

25 thoughts on “A Hatch Made In Heaven

  1. Bertie Blenkinsop

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to my desire to celebrate the resurrection of Cheesus Christ.

  2. Davos

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the fact that I did not go to a special enough school and therefore cannot vote in the Seanad elections.

  3. mcgenius

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the fact that everyone else will start banging on about what an eggcellent prize it is, how the mug is a magnificent eggstra on top of the chocolate, and I’ve had “un oeuf” of crappy egg-based puns.

  4. Owen

    I demand it cause I’m fairly sure I have won a few competitions on BS and a winner was never announced!

  5. Wubbelz

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the fact that the leaders of 1916 did it all so that we may eat cheese and onion infused chocolate eggs, free from the tyranny of British rule.

  6. Spud1

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to my love of the humble spud, and the laugh I got from the picture of the egg box thinking the other Mr Spud is wearing a massive sombrero.

  7. Paul

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the fact that, in the past, exhaling and sweating a steady odour of a (prawn) cocktail of cheese and chocolate did (sweet and) sour previous employment opportunities. But I am now ready (salted) to stand proud and rub salt (and vinegar) in the wounds of those who doubted my commitment.’

    …smokey bacon didn’t fit in there.

  8. Cup of tea anyone?

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the tremendous thirst I have.
    The thirst is comparable only to that of Cú Chulainn’s after his fierce battle against Loch. It is a thirst that can only be quenched by either a drink of milk from each of the three teats of the cow that once belonged to the Morrigan, or by a grand auld cup of tea and some cheese and onion chocolate egg. But alas, the whereabouts of the Morrigan has been lost within centuries of lore and I broke my usual cup last week in a fierce keyboard related accident.

    It seems I may be destined to thirst for eternity, or until I get home from work.

  9. Tom O'Living In Canada

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the fact that a trip to Tayto Park would cost me around 1,000 euro when flights are included. And as good as Tayto Park is, that’s a bit steep for an auld Easter egg and mug.

  10. Declan

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to my need to save people from over indulging this Easter. I’ll begrudgingly eat this for them, so they don’t have toNOMNONOM’

  11. Russell Steed

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to my sense of entitlement that all these millennials have.

  12. VforViennetta

    I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to the sadness I feel at knowing that this is not why Santa died on the cross for us.

  13. Lorraine Mannix

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing to my niece Any(22) and nephew Keith(26) in Tulsa, Oklahoma wrecking my head asking for Taytos of any description to munch on as they miss Ireland and all things Tayto so much. PLEASE

  14. Paul Kerrigan

    This is a triumph for Irish cuisine. It could become as iconic as a bottle of stout.

  15. ahjayzis

    ‘I demand the Tayto Park egg and mug this Easter owing tothe fact that for some reason the very *CONCEPT* of cheese and onion and potato and chocolate filles turns me incandescent with a rage I can’t fathom. Like honestly, I have no idea why it sounds so unnatural. So, like, if it tastes decent it might cheer me up about the whole morass, or something.’

  16. Paul

    Was the Tayto chocolate bar really a success? I’ve never heard of anyone actually liking it. The chocolate itself was not nice, and there was a horrible after taste off the bar. An egg version holds no appeal.

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