Bubbles and Burlesque with Perrier and Dita Von Teese

Sensual curves never go out of style. Whether they’re on the queen of burlesque, Dita Von Teese, or the teardrop-shaped bottle of Perrier, the eye is drawn to follow their curvaceous outline and linger over their sensual shape.

Perrier - Dita Von Teese
Perrier, Dita Von Teese

Perrier sparkling mineral water has always been an epitome of French chic. Whether it’s sipped in cafés all over France while watching le beau monde, or at home on hot summer days, the intensely-carbonated mineral water provides satisfying refreshment on its own or in Perrier cocktails.

Sourced from the spring in Les Bouillens, Perrier comes from Vergeze, Languedoc, in southern France with a history that can be traced back to the Roman Empire.

Société Perrier Australia has just launched a new site that celebrates the brand’s “joie de vivre”. With an emphasis on nightlife, art, music, fashion, travel and cocktail culture, the site will showcase the best Australian events, designers, destinations and drinks for every season.

Société Perrier Australia
http://www.facebook.com/SocietePerrierAu

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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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  1. ha – love the book title!

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