Friday, December 28, 2007

New Year's Celebration Must Have ... Lady Godiva 2008 Limited Edition Gift Tin

There's nothing more indulging then to start a new year with something sinful and sweet. Usher the year of 2008 with Godiva's Lady Godiva Limited Edition Tin Gift.

Created to commemorate the arrival of year 2008, which also happens to be the year of the Rat in the Asian Lunar calendar, the limited edition tin gift set by world's premier chocolatier and confectioner should make a perfect gift for either New Year Party favors or maybe indulge it for yourself.

What makes it so special?
Besides from being a part of the famous collector's collection that keeps on expanding, the tin itself is a magical work of art. Designed by famous contemporary illustrator Alexander Joo, the stylish keepsake tin features Joo's original interpretation of Lady Godiva, a famous legendary figure that became the brand's inspiration.

What's hiding inside?
Self-indulging treats that will tantalize your tastebuds - three tier of lavish chocolate confections ranging from se
ductive milk, dark, and white chocolate luxury, plus an array of ganaches, pralines, and caramels.

What else can I do with the tin besides keeping it for showcase purpose?
Don't be silly my dear ... of course you can keep anything small and valuable inside it. Turn it into a jewelry box and keep all your precious necklaces, brooches, or rings inside it. You can even keep your sewing kit in it as well!

I don't like giving out just one gift as favors to my guests, what else can I pair with this elaborately-designed tin?
Hmm, that is so kind of you ... the tin can also be paired with its optional gift partners - Lady Godiva 2008 Limited Edition Mug that comes with a box of hot cocoa powder sachets or Chocolate Pleasures Gift Set with
two pieces of decadent Gold Ballotin and three new Chocoiste treats: Dark Chocolate Almonds, Dark Chocolate Bar with Raspberry, and a Vanilla Caramel Bar in Milk Chocolate.

So how much will it cost me?
For the magical touch of Godiva chocolatier, the tin will set you back at US$62.00, while the mug and Chocolate Pleasures gift sets retail at US$17.00 and US$25.00 respectively.

And where can I find them?
At Godiva Chocolate boutiques around the world or purchase them online at Godiva.com

*Photos courtesy of Godiva.

Godiva Chocolates - Basement 2, Takashimaya Department Store, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238873.

2 fashionistas wrote ...:

www.alexanderjoo.com said...

That's my box! Thanks for blogging it. The other 11 I did for them are here: www.alexanderjoo.com

Shaiful said...

Hi Alexander ...

You're welcome :D I love the box, that's why I blog it ...