The February Robb Vices subscription box evokes a sense of the European Alps where the “après ski” is even more of a draw than the slopes. The Emile Henry fondue crock takes center stage in this sophisticated box called Melt, a logical choice since Emile Henry has been a master of the art of fondue for over a century.
“This earthy pot is sculpted out of the clay from Burgundy, France using a manufacturing method employed by Emile Henry since 1850. The fondue pot entices couples and friends to huddle around it and bask in the glow of candlelight and the sweet and savory flavors of melted chocolate and cheese.” said Tara Steffen VP of Marketing, Emile Henry USA.
This edition of the Robb Vices box is chocked full of other delightful luxuries that will transport recipients to the crisp air in the mountains of Italy, Switzerland or France.
For over 40 years Robb Report has defined the best of the best in consumer products, travel, experiences, collections and the passions of discerning individuals. Building on this heritage of storytelling, Robb Vices is an evolution of luxury editorial facilitated through a monthly delivery of the good life. Each curated box is a surprise that introduces our curious, affluent, and discerning membership to new brands, products, and experiences.
For the consumer, Robb Vices is a unique way to discover products and experiences that they otherwise would never have tried. For producers of fine products in the ways of technology, food, wine, spirits, toys, tools and accessories Robb Vices delivers an unparalleled format for engaging with the most valuable audience in the United States. For more information in the Robb Vices, visit https://robbvices.com/
Specialists in culinary ceramic for more than 168 years, Emile Henry creates accessories stamped by its unique savoir-faire. Inspired by its history and desires, the family-run company continues to use its passion for authentic, homemade cooking prepared with love and shared with pleasure. In the fifties, technological progress allowed the Company to modernize the products, offering ceramic, which was more and more resistant. In 1976, Maurice and his son Jacques created the first colorful dishes for use in the oven. Jacques continued to develop the sales abroad and created an in-house laboratory for Research and Development of ceramic adapted to the new cooking styles of the 21st Century. In 2012, Jean-Baptiste Henry took over the family company and passion, determined more than ever to develop and evolve, and proud to use the experience of Earth and Fire to perpetrate the values of tasty, homemade cooking. Emile Henry is located in the Burgundy town of Marcigny, France. To find out more about Emile Henry, call 302-326-4800 or visit Emile Henry USA at www.emilehenryusa.com.
A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/df1c895f-edd4-4b0d-be2a-35bacd91d45d
A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/50834772-740a-42b7-a0f6-1653b0263944
CONTACT: Susan Jardina Emile Henry 917-825-0466 firstname.lastname@example.org