Re: a spoon of Caviar Belugha, and The Noblest Brandy of them all

Re: “What is the best thing since sliced-bread?”

_a spoon of Caviar Beluga on a slice of rye bread, a zest of lemon, with a glass of vodka, and or perhaps,  a half-a-dozen of oysters with a flute of champagne Taittinger: a diner at The Fouquet’s, Paris with my Valentine

For sure, there is some denials rising in the air; déjà, I hear someone’s saying: Oh! No, no, no! Monsieur, Je protest!(with The finger up)_a bath in a hot water tab, coffee, pousse-café_VSOP, Cigar José-Maria…

Whatever, ok I agree with you, the letters of Nobility first:

A Class BAIGNOIRE. It is all about time

The 1906 design of the watch that would later be christened the “Baignoire” demonstrated Cartier’s prowess in crafting watchmaking forms. An elegant ellipse uniquely forged in a single line, the “Baignoire” watch is the essence of Cartier style: an unmatched marriage of purity and timeless chic.

B, the bath-tub, created under Louis XIV, for Marie-Antoinette, with the cutlery, the fork to not spoil the hands then, please.

The Noblest Brandy of them all

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Cees, Caviar: Esturgeon-fish eggs, a caviar extracted from a fish that grew in the Seines River, the red, the Rusian Black Sea, and the Beluga the Iranian caviar is the best.

Cognac, Champagne, since it’s related to the same epoch of they inception: VSOP, Napoleon, á votre Santé!


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