Talk about high seas tea!
Tiffany & Co is now featuring a special High Tea Set exclusively on the World Dream cruise ship—the luxury jewelry makers first foray of this kind. At the Seafood Grill, this special set serves authentic British delights, from seafood topped treats to cream filled cakes, all with Tiffany & Co. class. The tea and sweets are just icing on the cake with Tiffany’s full fledged retail experience.
World Dream states, “Asia’s first Tiffany & Co. at sea offers a full selection of Tiffany jewelry and accessories; including its iconic Tiffany Keys, Tiffany T and HardWear collections, while Dior Jewellery and Watches will make its global cruise ship debut with an exquisite collection of fine accessories, jewellery and watches. Both outlets are part of Dream Boutiques, the shopping destination on World Dream featuring top-tier brands of luxury timepieces, jewellery, cosmetics, skincare, leather goods and more.”
This includes an, “interactive Scents & Spirits experience wall and MAKE UP BAR”. The Scents & Spirits experience will be a, “showcase that fuses the worlds of fragrances and luxury libations in perfect harmony. Based on the concept of scent pairings, a premium selection of fragrances and liquors will be shortlisted to create nine distinctive blends of scents. Guests may choose any bottle of fragrance or liquor from the wall, which will trigger the interactive screen to display more information on that particular product, namely its fragrance or tasting notes, as well as recommendations on the best pairing option. Liquor brands featured on the product wall will include Grey Goose, Hennessy, Jack Daniels, Johnnie Walker and Macallan, paired with fragrances by Bulgari, Chanel, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent.”
Moreover, the MAKE-UP BAR will be, “a beauty counter that offers make-up consultations and makeovers by beauty specialists, featuring the latest collections of premium cosmetic brands including Giorgio Armani Beauty, TOM FORD Beauty and YSL Beauty to create the ultimate mix and match trendy make-up looks.”
Now that's worth raising a cup of English breakfast tea to.