THE NEW GENERATION OF GOOD TASTE meetsBLOOMYDAYS and invites you to DINNER FOR 2.
There is now a DINNER FOR TWO box as a joint promotion with the Internet flower shop start-up BLOOMY DAYS.
The promotion box is available from August 11 to September 14 from BLOOMY DAYS (www.bloomydays.com) for €24.90 including delivery and contains the best of both worlds:
The oh-so-spicy seasoning RUBY ROAST adds a fruity spiciness and the aromatic taste of caramelized fried onions to any dish. And crunchy and coarse grained as it is, it spices up steaks, fried potatoes, pasta, and even sandwiches!
A small but excellent RECIPE BOOKLET containing recipes that are child’s play – which means last-minute gourmets and optimistic beginner cooks don’t have to spend ages planning their DINNER FOR TWO and can get inspiration for a menu that you just can’t get enough of. Just like the person who cooked it.
The CHOP WITH ME wooden cutting board that doesn’t set any limits to your chopping.
Like in every BLOOMY DAYS promotion box, a lovingly selected BLOOMING BOUQUET is included as a highlight for the kitchen table – this time fittingly composed of mint, oregano, pentstemon, and alstroemerias, which symbolize the values of friendship, affection, and devotion.
And because that’s still not enough, there is also a loving INVITATION CARD for your DINNER FOR TWO date!
Well, if that doesn’t get the sparks flying! So just go for it: invite the love of your life to dinner – after all, everything taste better together.
About BLOOMY DAYS (www.bloomydays.com):
BLOOMY DAYS was founded in March 2012 by Franziska von Hardenberg. The young start-up, headquartered in Berlin-Mitte, delivers freshly cut flowers to Germany and Austria as a subscription every week. Since December 2013, BLOOMY DAYS has also been offering one-time monthly changing specials as individual orders. Building on the great success of the “BE MY BLOOMY VALENTINE” box, the “GOOD MORNING” box, and the “FEEL GOOD” box, now comes the “DINNER FOR TWO” box in collaboration with KARL KONRAD’S Kindeskinder, which will give you a blooming-good cooking evening.