NOBLE ISLE JOINS WALPOLE BRANDS OF TOMORROW & BAFTA 2016
On the night of the 18th of January at the Savoy Hotel London, Noble Isle had the honour of winning a place in the 2016 Walpole Brands of Tomorrow programme alongside eleven other British luxury brands. This prestigious initiative acknowledges the trailblazing innovators who have caught the attention of the world of luxury, paving the way for generations to come.
We were also delighted to attend the Walpole 2016 Chairmen & Chief Executives’ Dinner on the 25th of January at the Corinthia Hotel London amongst some of the luxury industry’s most dynamic leaders. It was a glorious celebration of British design and talent. All guests received a bottle of our Whisky & Water Hand Wash as a going home gift in tribute to Burns Night.
This rich fragrance redolent of the finest, oak-aged single malt, features notes of warm vanilla and cedarwood and skin-calming extract of Scottish malted barley sourced from our partners at time-honoured Balvenie Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland.
For the third consecutive year, Noble Isle are privileged to be partnering with BAFTA to support the 69th EE British Academy Film Awards taking place at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden on the 14th of February.
Participating once again in BAFTA preparations is particularly significative to us as it encapsulates everything we are passionate about at Noble Isle, recognising the best of British.
All BAFTA nominees and attendees will leave the event with an exclusive Gift Bag designed by Globe-Trotter featuring a gorgeous collection of goodies including a bottle of Champagne Taittinger, an Atelier Swarovski Crystal Chaton as well as a Noble Isle Rhubarb Rhubarb! duo of hand wash and lotion.
Our iconic collection of Rhubarb Rhubarb! products feature the unmistakeable Noble Isle bittersweet fragrance of rhubarb, juniper berry, rosemary and cedarwood, reminiscent of the dewy wake-up of a Yorkshire spring. Our naturally cleansing extract of ‘forced’ rhubarb is sourced from E. Oldroyd & Sons, a sixth generation rhubarb farm in the Yorkshire Triangle, overseen by the ‘high priestess of rhubarb’, Janet Oldroyd.
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