Posted 6th March

TUKC partners with luxury launch site in ‘world first’

By KBBDaily on 6th March 2018 - 12:00pm
Kitchens

The Used Kitchen Company – TUKC – has partnered with luxury launch website VeryFirstTo.com to “curate a dream kitchen boasting 50 of the rarest and most luxurious foods from across the globe” worth more than £88,000 altogether.

The discounted ex-display Modulnova Blade kitchen – completed with Carrara marble worktops, island and appliances from Gaggenau – will be stocked with “an assortment of the most exotic, unusual and extravagant ingredients on earth”, the company said.

Foods included with the kitchen include Golden Almas Iranian caviar, 1961 Dom Perignon Champagne, gulls eggs, 50-year-aged Balsamic Vinegar di Modena and Japanese Kagoshima Wagyu beef steaks.

“Knowing that those who are passionate about kitchens are invariably passionate about food too, TUKC has come up with a world first,” said TUKC managing director Looeeze Grossman, pictured.

“We are offering a combination of the very finest kitchen together with the very finest ingredients. On installation you will have the ultimate environment and flavours to prepare the very finest meals in the most cuisine-friendly interior.”


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