New Launch: Provenance Gift Boutique & Coffeehouse: New outlet in Prabhadevi I Winter Special Menu & Exclusive Christmas Hampers

New Launch: Provenance Gift Boutique & Coffeehouse: New outlet in Prabhadevi I Winter Special Menu & Exclusive Christmas Hampers

Provenance Gift Boutique

Just in time for the festive cheer of Christmas and the New Year, Provenance has inaugurated its gourmet gift boutique and café within Ligne Roset, a luxury French home décor store at Prabhadevi in Mumbai.

The curated library of fine foods and gifts, Provenance, shines the spotlight on emerging brands and artisans from India and beyond.

Designed by The Busride Design Studio, the café is spread across 350 square feet which offers an interactive format of browsing merchandise, showcasing the versatile gourmet chocolate collection from Provenance while also enjoying coffee and desserts.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, the café features chunky, monolithic, grey terrazzo island tops that look like rocks in a garden. Atop each island is a museum-like wooden cabinet with a display of the world’s best chocolates interspersed with curiosities from across the globe. Reminiscent of the ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’ that used to crown the parlours of the world’s great travellers and explorers, each cabinet is a fine curation of edibles and collectables.

The café and gift boutique’s offerings include one of the largest collections of chocolates and gourmet treats from India and across the world. Think chocolates and cookies by Maxim’s de Paris from France, Willie’s Cacao from the UK chocolates made with 100% natural ingredients, with no preservatives or artificial flavours, Dolfin Chocolates from Belgium, and many more. They have more than 100 variants of chocolates available in their chocolate library.

The café introduces a Special menu which includes mushroom melt, sweet chilli and sweet swirl, Spinach corn and feta Danish, Ham and cheese croissants, along with some winter delicacies, such as strawberry and cream tarts, strawberry eclairs, and more!

Provenance will also offer patrons its signature craft coffee and desserts such as rose pistachio cake, chocolate cookie crunch cake with sea-salt caramel, and gluten-free almond orange cake, along with other gourmet delectables and products meticulously curated from across the world.

In addition to fine chocolates, Provenance also offers several other iconic artisanal gourmet treats, such as Truffle Potato chips by Torres, handcrafted Papabubble candy from Spain, and Maxim’s chocolate and cookies from France. Each brand showcased at Provenance is selected for its authenticity, high quality and focus on craftsmanship. There is something for everyone – chocolate lovers, tea connoisseurs, coffee lovers, fitness enthusiasts as well as those who prefer milk, white, dark, vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free or organic chocolate gift baskets or gift boxes.

Whether you’re feeling indulgent this festive season or need something exciting to send to a loved one – Provenance has curated gourmet Christmas gift hampers, boxes and baskets to fit your gifting needs. The Christmas collection includes Advent Calendars from Maxim’s des Paris and Dolfin, other festive treats from ROYCE’ Chocolate, Willie’s Cacao and a curation of seasonal delights like mulled wine mix, Christmas cookies, candy canes, macaron biscuits and much more! The hampers start at ₹795/- and go up to ₹10650/-

The following are some of the Best-Selling Christmas Hampers:

  • Maxim’s Advent Calendar (24 Assorted Chocolates) — ₹2,524
  • The Winter Wonderland Gift Box — ₹3,775
  • The Christmas Movie Night Gift Hamper — ₹5,665
  • The Christmas Pantry Gift Basket— ₹7,700
  • The ‘MerryChristmas’ Gift Box — ₹10,650

Packed with warmth and love. Provenance Bespoke Gift Hampers are set to redefine festive gifting and can be shipped all over India. Guests can curate a gift as per their budget and preferences and the in-store gift concierge can help you design your hamper — with customised packaging, branded message cards, ribbons, brand logos and colours etc.

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