Monday, September 15, 2014

Black Burger on the Menu of Japanese Burger King!

It may seem like it’s burnt, but “black burger” is actually the newest item on the menu of Burger King in Japan. This burger is made of black buns, black cheeses, and even the black sauce that goes into burger. “Kuro” means black in Japanese, and accordingly, the original name of these burgers will be “Kuro Pearl Burger” and “Kuro Diamond Burger“. Black burgers were first put into circulation in 2012, but it was only a rehearsal.

“Black burgers are selling because of the color, but the customers always come back for more because of the great taste”, vendors say.
Apparently the black burgers left a good impression on customers so can be found on the menu of Burger King’s restaurants in Japan from 19 September.

Vik Muniz’s Limited Edition Bottle of Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque Rosé 2005

Pernod Ricard has launched the 2005 vintage of its Champagne Perrier-Jouët cuvée, Belle Epoque Rosé. The expression is packaged in a limited run of bottles designed by Brazilian visual artist Vik Muniz. The design of the bottle has been described as Muniz’s fairy-tale encounter of a dazzling golden hummingbird with the iconic Perrier-Jouët anemone. “When the bright-gold burst Brazilian bird hovered momentarily over a bed of flowers in his ceaseless quest for nectar, he spied the latter’s pristine white petals, marvelled at her delicate beauty the latter’s white petals turning gently pink in pleasure at such gallant scrutiny.”
The iteration comprises mainly Chardonnay, with its pink colour generated by the presence of Pinot Noir.

Only 200 bottles of the limited edition have been released which will be available exclusively in the UK at Searcy’s Club at The Gherkin, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges for £248 ($400).

You Can Pre-order Lux Versions of the New iPhone 6

Brikk isn’t the only one who already taking pre-orders for its extravagant and lux versions of the iPhone 6. Although months until Apple’s iPhone 6 is expected to launch, a New York-based luxury brand, Falcon offers you appropriate alternative. You have the option to pre-order 24 different customizable versions of the new iPhone 6 Plus. The Bespoke and SuperNova iPhone 6 collections includes 24 choices, combining three same-cost case choices (platinum, 24-carat gold and rose gold) and eight embedded gems (black diamond for $1.78 million; emerald cut diamond for $2.43 million; blue sapphire, emerald or ruby for $5.13 million; blue diamond for $35.1 million; orange diamond for $45.9 million and pink diamond for $52.4 million).

Falcon requires a 50 percent deposit when you order your phone and it will ship to you within 10 weeks of the iPhone 6’s official release.
While waiting for extravagant phone, why not pick up some 24K solid gold EarPods from the Falcon store accompany your horrifyingly expensive smartphone? That pleasure will cost you a mere $300,000.

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