I have an irrational predjudice against Lindt because it sounds like "lint", so I keep picturing a chocolate covered in pocket lint. The one time someone actually did offer me a chocolate covered in pocket lint it was a Guylian Seashell, which is a completely different brand and also nice enough chocolate in its own right when in a lint free state, but nonetheless, that image is what pops into my head when I hear the name "Lindt."
For those who don't overthink things or let random associations spoil their chocolate eating experience, Lindt bunnies are a probably quite nice. The cocoa content is high and the texture is just right. At 100g these bunnies are also a good size, not so small that you feel ripped off, but not so big that you feel like a pig if you finish a whole one in one go. My daughter also liked that it came with a ribbon with a little bell on it, which she insisted on wearing in her hair.
Lindt chocolate's way too exxy. Some of their flavours aren't very nice, at all.
Prefer 'NZ's 'Whittakers'; their Peppermint Dark Chocolate is just THE best! Love Coconut, but shame it's not Dark Choc!