For Most, The East India Company may need no introduction.
Originally established in 1600 by Queen Elizabeth I, The East India Company is one of the most recognised brands in the world, and has a connection with Luxury that seems hard to rival.
The Brand itself is now once again gaining momentum and this is reinforced by a new luxury Fine Foods concept and Flagship Store on Conduit St., in London`s Mayfair.
The East India Company Fine Foods has also got savvy web wise with their e-commerce site – www.eicfinefood.com.
And, this is really exciting stuff. The Hampers made available online this year are dripping with luxury and stuffed with indulgence, the balance is perfect.
The Queen Elizabeth I gift trunk
The Queen Elizabeth I gift trunk offers a world of discovery and will delight anyone that loves to try the signature flavours the world has to offer. The trunk itself is well crafted and will be used for years as a keepsake. Ultimate Luxury in a box, £3500.
Of course, this may be stretching most budgets, but The East India Company offers a more budget friendly bespoke service, making your food hamper more personable.
With ingredients like a traditional English mustard with stout (a blissful harmony), Orange marmalade with gold leaf (bling at Breakfast) the gold leaf in big slivers make for a truly sunshine golden experience first thing in the morning, or Crystallised lemon peel enrobed in the finest chocolate, your choices will make a memorable gift hamper.
I sampled all of the above and can happily report I felt nothing but complete satisfaction, bordering on joy.
Great traditions like this fine foods trading company have to be embraced and enjoyed. The quality here is not up for discussion. Simply gorgeous, perfect for our festive season.
The East India Company is a new era of artisan retailing delivering quality, luxury and variety – with products starting from just £2.00.
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