Fortnum & Mason’s Valentine Day Hamper comes with a very cool Barbershop-style performance

You may have dissed Fortnum & Mason tomato ketchup truffles in association with Heinz for V-day but trust them to do well sans the tie-ups. Their very personal delivery service in true Barbershop-style performance could well be the grandest gesture of love you will make. It’s as cheesy as they like them, with smiles, songs, and scents too. The idea goes- a Fortnum & Mason Hamper on 14th February will come hand-delivered to the door of your loved-one by none other than Fortnum’s iconic Red Coats. The glossy Red Coats will then break into your favorite, chosen song complete with finger-snapping, foot-tapping rhythms and a whole lot of heart! By now you are clearly excited by the presentation and curious to know what’s come your way other than this explosion of the expression of love. Your wicker basket of love is well-stocked with treats that won’t allow that smile to leave your face for days.

Inside the hamper lies wicker, a bottle of Fortnum’s crisp and refreshing Blanc de Blancs Champagne, flawless with a personalized label displaying your declaration of love along with sweet treats, and delectable savory delights. The Fortnum’s Valentine’s Hamper bespoke delivery service is available on 14th February only and the limited delivery slots are expected to be “snapped up” swiftly. Contact Fortnum’s City Concierge team to book your slot.

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P.S- Choose from the expertly curated list for your Barbershop-o-gram which includes hits such as Stevie Wonder’s Isn’t She Lovely and The Ronette’s Be My Baby for full effect.

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