Marc Jacobs launched a new limited edition fragrance from the Daisy line in January 2019.
These bright yellow bottles look like pouches of sunshine and are aptly called so.
They are inspired by sunny days of summer and bright, carefree spirit of Daisy girls.
Daisy Sunshine is the fragrance of sunny marigold wrapped in the warmth of luminous woods with an opening note of fruity white strawberry. Get this at the special duty free price of Rs. 5318.
Also on offer from Marc Jacobs at Rs 5318, in the same line is Daisy Dream Sunshine. This scent is made from the aromas of golden raspberries, orange blossoms and solar musk.
And finally, Marc Jacobs also presents Daisy So Fresh Sunshine for summer 2019. This perfume blends notes of juicy pear with mimosa and heliotrope for a fresh, floral-fruity airness. Available for just Rs. 5850.
Get all three at our store all summer long or before stocks run out. Check in the NEW section.
This is prime time for gift buying. Show your loved ones that you put thought into your gifts. Show them you care.
What do you do when you’re shopping for gifts for the men and women in your life who have everything and want nothing?
This Diwali 2018, why opt for down town sales when we give you a variety of options to choose from, from the top brands of the world in multiple categories at our duty free shop at Bengaluru International airport. Shop duty free, save big, impress much!
Forum by Dufry is an innovative and dynamic platform aimed at an exclusive, glamorous and high-end audience of travellers. It connects this community with your favourite brands in a unique way being the main reference point for fashion and shopping when planning your journey:
A place where celebrities and influencers provide recommendations and share brand stories through their own voice
Special services, including apps such as Reserve & Collect, loyalty programmes such as RED by Dufry
A space to get to know each brand’s story in an engaging and dynamic way
A unique showcase where the best brands present exclusive and new products that can be found only at duty free stores
An ecosystem of like-minded individuals, brought together to experience fashion, luxury, travel and beauty in a modern and interactive manner
With Forum by Dufry we are reinventing the travel retail industry because together we make the airport shopping a special and engaging experience.
You may have noticed the Loacker brand of chocolates in several duty free outlets on your travels. Have you ever wondered about this Italian brand of chocolate and what makes them so popular? It really is a delightful story. Read on.
This family business was founded by Alfons Loacker in the year 1925 and has developed from a small regional confectioner to a globally known brand available in more than 100 countries.
All Loacker products are made and packaged in the heart of the Dolomites 1000 metres above sea level, according to the highest quality standards.
Loacker has two production sites – Auna di Sotto/Unterinn(Italy) and Heinfels (Austria) where all ingredients are processed fully automatically. But the machines are adapted to the high requirements of artisan quality and are planned, constructed and implemented in-house. Some steps, such as cutting vanilla pods, are still carried out by hand.
In addition to the two production sites, Loacker operates seven Loacker Stores, consisting of the Loacker Café and Pastry shop and the Loacker Brandstore.
The Heinfels site in Austria also boasts Loacker’s World of Goodness with an interactive exhibition and a Pastry Workshop.
Loacker operates backwards integration its own hazelnut cultivation that was started in 2015 in Tuscany, and forwards integration with the opening of additional Loacker Points.
If you haven’t tried Loacker chocolates yet, do not forget to try them on your next visit to our duty free store. You can even pre order them online at www.bengalurudutyfree.in
Check out the fabulous offer of the month on Loacker.
Some wines have an abundance of fruit flavours and some completely lack all flavour, all together. This can be quite frustrating for a newbie who is still learning about wines and figuring out how to select the right one.
The way your wine tastes has nothing to do with the quality and is only impacted by the climate.
Warm climate regions tend to have more consistent temperatures throughout the season. The slow change in temperature from summer into winter gives the grapes ample opportunity to become fully ripe but the natural acidity in the grapes is lost. It is a general rule that warm climates produce grapes with more ripe fruit flavours and less acidity.
Warm Climate Wine Regions
Central & Southern Spain
Cool climate regions can get as hot as warm climates in the peak of the season. However, it is a fact that the temperatures change quickly towards harvest and that makes the wines taste different. Lower temperatures preserve the acidity but make it difficult for grapes to ripen. Thus, cool climate wine regions tend to produce tart fruit flavours and have more acidity.
Cool Climate Wine Regions
Washington State (see chart)
Northern Greece & Macedonia
The climate regions listed above are generalised. It is possible to have a ‘micro-climate’ within a larger climate type.
So, the next time you are experimenting with a new wine brand or a new type of wine, simply read about where it has been produced to understand how it will taste.