New Product Launch – Fruit Palm Tree13th March 2014 by la fontaine de chocolat
Think tropical sunshine on a winter’s day in London. Think the laid-back beaches of the Caribbean on a grey day in the home counties. Sound unusual? Well, that’s exactly what you get with our brand new Fruit Palm Tree, which adds a totally tropical feel to any event.
From a wedding that needs a bit of colour to the corporate event requiring a nice talking point to break the ice, the Fruit Palm Tree is perfect for whatever party you are planning. The ideal partner for our Chocolate Fountain, this centrepiece acts as the focal point for guests.
So what is it? It’s a four-foot tree consisting of 400 different pieces of juicy, succulent fruit. Whether you want to dip in our luscious Belgian chocolate fountain or keep it simple and let people construct their own fruit salad, it’s makes for a fun, interesting dessert option that will get tongues wagging.
The fruits on offer include three types of melon for that true taste of the tropics – watermelon, honeydew melon and cantaloupe melon. You also get black seedless grapes, strawberries, pineapple, satsumas and bananas for a real mix of flavours. There is definitely something for everyone here.
But you don’t have to just stick to those fruits on their own. Apart from teaming with the chocolate fountain for a seriously indulgent treat, you could always choose from strawberry, vanilla and honey flavoured yoghurt dips, which are available on request.
All you need to do is make sure you have at least a four-foot round table and linen so we can put the Fruit Palm Tree somewhere safe and show it off the way it’s meant to be seen. You can place it in the centre of the room or have it along a wall; for example, next to the buffet or bar. Delivery, set-up and take down in London is included.
There are so many great reasons why people love it, but the best thing about the Fruit Palm Tree is just how versatile it is. It works as a fun talking point for a corporate event, an edible centrepiece at a charity gala or as some rather funky decoration for a wedding. All this, and you get dessert thrown in as well – what more could you ask for?