Let me set the scene: strawberries dipped in the finest chocolate, scented candles and the sound of Kenny J’s legendary sax . Now the only thing missing in this cliché would be a bottle of champagne. Clichés aren’t always a bad thing, and even if you’re flying solo on the 14th, giving a toast with Veuve Clicquot’s Rosé by your lonesome or with a bunch of pals is fitting for the occasion.
Veuve Clicquot, both a champagne house and a brand of premium champagne, sprouted in 1772 first catering to the highest bourgeoisie throughout Europe. Since then Veuve Clicquot is available wordwide, and this Valentine’s day, is offering to the masses a delicious bottle clothed in a pink Sakura blossom ice jacket. A collaborative effort with renowned design studio Atelier LZC to commemorate the Japanese tradition of celebrating the blossoming of cherry (Sakura) blossoms, this ice jacket will keep the bubbly fresh for two hours.
Veuve Clicquot Rosé is available in spirit stores nationwide at 60$ a bottle, and it comes, of course with the ice jacket, which in itself could be a collectable.
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