Have some pennies to spend? Or just need another christmas present besides this cute little big limousine with cashmere applied seats and a gold steering wheel? Former Savoy Hotel pastry chef Martin Chiffers has the answer: via Very first to he offers a special christmas pudding.
It’s delicious because it comes with Ajwa dates and rare Mamra almonds from Iran.
It’s prestigious because the pastry is soaked with Last Consignment Black Tot Rum and some Duret 1810 Cognac (bottle: £10,890), and – just for the record because: what a deal! – you get the remaining alcohol in a nice presentation box.
It’s (even more) exclusive (and somehow twisted) because baked inside there is a Henry VI Salut d’Or coin worth £7,500! The lucky coin shows arch angel Gabriel and virgin Mary. Why? Eat this pudding and you will have some kind of epiphany – the moment you swallow that coin.
What’s interesting about this? Humm. Well, the cognac is quite interesting from our point of view – it dates back to the days of the pre-Prephylloxera era. Between 1872-4 the Phylloxera vastatrix louse, a tiny yellow mite which feasts off the roots of vines destroyed not just the cognac vines but those all across Europe.
Last but not least, this pudding definitely shows the generosity of the buyer: a donation of £250 will be made to The Prince’s Trust. Magnificat!
Via Mail Online