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24 PRODUCT GUIDE FRESH ACCENTS FOR SOMMELIERS PSI Journal 5/2016 www.psi-network.de PERSONALISED SWEET GREETINGS Marip-Werbelebensmittel is selling a collapsible pillow box filled with delicious treats which can feature personalised advertising. It can be used for a number of purposes: as a customer gift from car repair shops, as a thank-you gift placed in a package from a mail-order company, or as a good night treat on a hotel bed. Starting from only 50 units, the collapsible pillow box can be filled with a variety of different treats, like heart-shaped candies made out of fruit juice, chocolates or pralines. What is more, these fantastic sweets can be ordered from Marip-Werbelebensmittel at short notice, thanks to the company’s in-house printing and packaging facility. PSI 49092 • Marip-Werbelebensmittel • Tel. +49 661 9338771 info@werbelebensmittel.de • www.werbelebensmittel.de The world of sommeliers is colourful and multi-faceted with wine ranging from Bordeaux, Rioja, Blauer Zweigelt to Pinot Gris or Rosé from the Provence. And so is the wide array of wine accessories that Le Creuset has on offer. The new sommelier’s knife WT-130, which is available in six trendy colours, sets fresh accents to a waiter’s knife. The wonderfully designed tool has a built-in bottle cap opener and a foldout crown cap cutter. It also features a special patented 2-step system for opening wine bottles, which will put any host at ease by helping him open a bottle like a true professional. Its special feature is the stable lever, which, unlike normal waiter’s knives, has two notches at different levels. This means that even long corks can be pulled out of a bottle without breaking. What is more, the knife’s special push function prevents it from slipping off the side of the bottle unintentionally. PSI 42959 • Le Creuset GmbH • Tel +49 7021 974922 geschenkideen@lecreuset.de • www.lecreuset.de

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