Win Tickets To An Evening of Charbonnel et Walker Chocolates and Ormonde Jayne Fragrance [CLOSED]
I wish my mom was in this country so I could take her to this event as it looks like it is going to be absolutely awesome! It is in celebration of Mother’s Day but really I’d just go for any reason. The events that Charbonnel et Walker hold are wonderful and are really well worth it. They are more than good value for money and may be why you have to be on the list to find out about them.
YOU CAN WIN ONE OF 2 PAIRS OF TICKETS TO THIS EVENT WITH THIS BLOG!!
I will give away one pair of tickets on the blog and one pair on Facebook (because I know the Facebook folk don’t all have Twitter).
***To win on the blog or Facebook, leave a comment (on Facebook, comment on the post about this blog) about which Ormonde Jayne fragrance you’d pair with which Charbonnel et Walker chocolate and why.***
I will draw the winner on Wednesday at 1pm and contact you directly and give Victoria your details so she can give you your ticket details.
Now, if you’d rather just join this event without doing the competition, it costs £25 per ticket and is one of those secret Charbonnel events you need to be on the list to hear about. If you remember the Appleton Rum event, it was just an amazing evening and the goodie bag alone made it worth it, let alone the excellent cocktails.
Here are the details about this event if you’d like to buy a ticket:
Celebrate Mother’s Day with an evening of fine English chocolates, truffles and fragrance with Charbonnel et Walker and Ormonde Jayne.
DATE: Thursday 15th March
LOCATION: Charbonnel et Walker, One The Royal Arcade, 28 Old Bond Street
RSVP: Tickets are £25 each, payable in advance. Please contact email@example.com to reserve your ticket.
Guests are offered Prosecco throughout the evening and leave with an exclusive goody bag.
I’ll be there as well! There is no way I’d miss something as special as this. I cannot wait to go in fact!
1.One entry will be chosen at random from facebook and one entry will be chosen from blog comments that qualify.
2.The competition will run from Monday 12th of March 2012 to 1PM GMT Wednesday 14th March 2012.
3.The selection of winner will be made by the competition organiser alone and will not be swayed by undue influence.
4.Winner & guest must be available on the evening specified only being Thursday March 15th, 2012.
5.No cash alternative available.
6.I also reserve the right to exclude entries that I feel are inappropriate or not in the spirit of the competition.
7.Your details won’t be passed onto anyone else, unless you’re the winner and then I’ll send it to Victoria at Charbonnel so she can send you your ticket details.
8.I reserve the right to remove entries that I believe aren’t human created or are an attempt to gain an unfair advantage such as automated entries.
This sounds fun, would love to go!
I would pair the dark enrobed stem ginger with the it orris noir, both capture the allure of the orient and are grown up and sophisticated.
i would pair dark chocolate ginger sticks with the Ormonde Woman perfume- as it is woody, and musky- and a bit spicey- just like the ginger sticks…..
I’d pair Frangipani fragrance with English Rose and Violet Creams for the ultimate delicate, feminine combination! Thanks for running another great comp! Lisa x
I would pair Ta’if with Pomponette – an eastern mix of saffron, dates and rose oil from the fragrance mixed with the almond and pistachio chocolate an eastern promise that will not fail to arouse the senses.
I’d combine the Dark Chocolate Orange Thins with Frangipani fragrance for a beautiful citrus fix to wind down at the end of the day
I’d pair Osmanthus with Buck Fizz Truffles. I had to find something to go with truffles because Charbonel and Walker truffles are one of my favourites;)
I’d pair English Rose and Violet Creams with Orris Noir as both are dark and delicious
Pink Marc de Champagne Truffles with the Osmanthus, A citrusy floral, our most effervescent, how perfect a pairing, i think those would go together amazingly well. They would totally complement each other in an indulgent, adult and delicious way.
What an amazing competition fingers and toes crossed x
I’d pair the Pink Marc de Champagne Truffle with the Tolu. Total indulgence, opulence and luxury.
I would pair the delicate citrus scent of the Osmanthus perfume, with the English Rose chocolates. The zestiness of the oranges, along with the alluring taste of perfumed roses would be such an exquisite amalgamation
I would pair the dark enrobed stem ginger with Osmanthus, both sexy and sophisticated
I would pair sampaquita with the dark chocolate enrobed ginger sticks with as it reminds me of the gorgeous fragrances of indias spice and perfume markets. Indian jasmine with ginger – heavenly
The joyful scent of Casablanca Lily would pair perfectly with the frivolity of Pink Marc de Champagne Truffles, creating a tantalising tangle of sweet sensation that reminds us in these dark days of recession of more jubilant times!
I’d team Charbonnel et Walker’s Bucks Fizz Truffles with Ormonde Jayne’s Tiare – they both have a sense of sparkling, citrus indulgence.
I am a bold type, so I would pair the Orris Noir Black iris, ‘not for the shrinking violet’ with the bold Kings Ginger truffles, strong daring flavours and aromas, seems to fit my personalitylike a glove!
Isfarkand and Banoffee truffles. And I’ll need a date for the evening!