The Used Kitchen Company have teamed up with VeryFirstTo.com to curate a dream kitchen stocked with ‘50 Finest Ingredients From Around The Globe’. The ex-display model Modulnova Blade kitchen (below) – which at £50,700 is a third-off its RRP – comes with an assortment of the most exotic, unusual, and extravagant ingredients on earth (and in water), for a surcharge of £37,529. Altogether the fully stocked kitchen costs £88,229.
“Knowing that those who are passionate about kitchens are invariably passionate about food too, TUKC has come up with a world first. 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,” said Looeeze Grossman, MD of TheUsedKitchenCompany.com.
Looeeze is the pioneer of online offerings of the world’s most desirable big brand name kitchens at discounted prices – selling both ex-display and used kitchens. One such kitchen is the heavily discounted ex-display top-of-the-line Modulnova Blade kitchen complete with exquisite Carrara marble worktops and splashbacks, boasting a steam combi oven, Wok Burners and a show-stopping island for the family to congregate around. Every detail has been thought of from the flush hidden plug sockets, to the warming drawers under the four ovens, not to mention the Teppan Yaki Japanese cooking grill. All the appliances within the kitchen are from high-end German brand Gaggenau (see list below for all the key features).
Every one of the remarkable ingredients not only has an exceptional taste, but also a special story to tell. None more than the Golden Almas Iranian Caviar (£3,895), which has become a rare delicacy. This variety comes from the albino Beluga sturgeon living in the Caspian Sea. There are very few of the albino variety left in the wild which explains why their eggs have become amongst the most sophisticated and expensive foods in the world. Users can also enjoy the 1961 Dom Perignon Champagne (£7,495), drunk at Princess Diana and Charles’ 1981 wedding, as well as Japanese Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Steaks (£975). The highly marbled and rich in flavour meat is expensive, in part, to the rearing process. To qualify for the Wagyu mark, the cattle have to be reared and fed according to strict guidelines. The 50 Year Aged Balsamic Vinegar di Modena (£225), touted as the “Rolls Royce” of vinegar is produced by the famous Malpighi family from Modena, Italy.
Modulnova Blade kitchen key features:
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