Edible Arrangements Hong Kong Completes Every Christmas Food Table

December 18, 2012

Have you already figured out which dishes to serve for Christmas dinner? Do you already know how to decorate your Christmas table and make it more inviting for family and guests? Perhaps, but there’s still one more item you have to add – a delectable fruit bouquet from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong.

Complete your Christmas dinner table by serving beautiful holiday fruit bouquets from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. Each fruit bouquet is made of only the juiciest, healthiest, and freshest fruit such as pineapples, grapes, cantaloupes, honeydews, and strawberries. The chocolate coating will also delight your guest’s taste buds. Each edible fruit basket is also handcrafted to perfection and is delightfully arranged in reusable keepsake containers.

Take the Merry Gingerbread Men Bouquet with Swizzle Sampler, for instance. The sweet pineapple gingerbread men dipped in gourmet semisweet chocolate will surely entice the kids while the kids-at-heart will love the fresh strawberries and the crisp green apple wedges. This fruit arrangement also comes in a festive holiday container.

Another holiday fruit bouquet offered by Edible Arrangements Hong Kong this season is the Luminous Star Bouquet with Swizzle Sampler. This fruit arrangement, comes in a fun keepsake snowman container, and features a healthy mix of star shaped pineapples, strawberries, crisp green apple wedges, honeydews, cantaloupes, and grapes. Family and friends will not hesitate to feast on this delicious, healthy treat.

Just in case the guests can’t get enough, stock up on these Luminous Star daisies. They also make excellent party gifts.

Be the perfect host this Christmas and prepare a complete Christmas food table. Order from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong today and prepare to receive praises from your happy guests. Merry Christmas!

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Make Mid-Autumn Festival Extra Special with Edible Arrangements

September 3, 2012

China calls the Mid-Autumn Festival an “intangible cultural heritage” – and rightly so. The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, became very popular during the early Tang Dynasty. This holiday is well-loved in China and Taiwan, among other areas. But did you know that you can also have your very own version of this intangible cultural heritage right in your own home? Make your mid-autumn festival celebration extra special with Edible Arrangements Mid-Autumn Festival fruit bouquets.

Here’s a delectable Edible Arrangements Hong Kong fruit bouquet that you might want for your Mid-Autumn Festival celebration – a fresh fruit arrangement of the very same name – Mid-Autumn Celebration. It’s a sweet assortment of a lot of fruits – pineapples, strawberries, grapes, cantaloupes and honeydews. Do you also see that the Mid-Autumn Celebration fruit bouquet comes in a recyclable can?

Now if you’re planning a grander Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, you might want to bring this beautiful Mid-Autumn Blissful Festival fruit arrangement instead. It’s abundant with pineapples in the shape of bunnies – all hand-dipped in delicious gourmet semi-sweet chocolate. The Edible Arrangements Mid-Autumn Blissful Festival boasts of the freshest, healthiest fruits – strawberries, cantaloupe, orange wedges, honeydew and grapes. Perfect for any party. Wow your Mid-Autumn party guests with this fruit bouquet skillfully prepared by Edible Arrangements Hong Kong.

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong is open 7 days a week and can do same-day deliveries if you place your order before 4pm. Call their shop at IFC Mall at telephone no. 852 2295 1108.

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