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With Christmas Day not that far around the corner, Quintessentially Events & Quiverz, the rave singles consultancy, recommend their top tips on quirky things to do with a loved one at this time of year.

This year, it’s not about throwing lots of money at the apple of one’s eye, but being imaginative and discerning – love is a simple thing, especially this Christmas Day. Here are Quintessentially Events & Quiverz’ tips on how to have a Christmas to remember.....

FIRST DATES & COUPLES

Stargazing under the nearest available sky, with a bottle of fine Johnnie Walker Blue Label and a blanket for company.

Learn to romp - sorry, dance - together at Pineapple Dance Studios.

Go rugged with a survival skills lesson in the wilderness with Woodland Ways.

If one has access to some highland hills, a distillery tour tickles Quintessentially’s fancy. The team like The Lovat as a base.

Sweep them off their feet with a horse riding lesson in Hyde Park.

Seduce noses with a perfumery session, learning the art of fragrance as one creates their own sweet scents.

Take a chance on me: A Day At The Races.

Lessons in mixology: because it’s all about that perfect blend/match.

Cook ones way to a man’s heart with the able help of Hawksmoor at Home, a luscious volume from the cult meatery. Then tell him to bring the (homemade) dessert.

To the country for a day of shooting or archery. Cupid would be proud.

Fencing makes a novel experience - just avoid jokes about playing with swords.

Take the steam train at Tenterden, Kent followed by a stumble around Chapel Down vineyard.

Rally driving in a ravishing classic car. That one about women not being able to read maps? See if it’s true…

A seductive tour of London, taking in all of those little dens of naughtiness about the city - Coco de Mer, the aphrodisiac foods of J Sheekey’s Oyster bar, a heady massage at Ushvani Spa in Knightsbridge and nightcap at Claridge’s leather and high glamour Fumoir bar.

Take dating back to its roots: With its anachronisms of dance cards, no petting and traditional courting rites, nothing surpasses the intrigue and lost romance of a society ball

FOR GROUPS

Take over the whole of Cliff Barns in Norfolk: Although you won’t want to leave this English ranch with its hot tubs and resident chef, deer stalking, horse riding and clay pigeon shooting beckon couples forthwith.

Eyes Wine Shut: a masked wine tasting whereby one engages with the person and the wine-laced conversation, not what they look like.

A Flirtology class for scholarly friends.

Get a mixed group together to feast at the private Krug rooms of the Dorchester.

For further information on Quiverz and Quintessentially Events please visit: http://www.quiverz.com / http://www.quintessentiallyevents.com

For any media enquiries please contact Alex Allason
Alex.Allason(at)quintessentially(dot)com / +44 20 3073 6752

About the Company:

Quintessentially Events and Quiverz are Quintessentially sister businesses. Quintessentially is the leading international luxury lifestyle company. Launched in 2000 as a small London based concierge service, Quintessentially has experienced a complete transformation in a decade, and currently have offices in over 64 cities around the world. The service provided to their discerning and HNW members is proactive and personalised, catering to every member’s need, from last minute restaurant bookings, travel arrangements, and access to private parties, as well as fulfilling every unusual request and successfully connecting businesses all over the world. Quintessentially can offer access to the inaccessible and can make the seemingly impossible, possible. In a bid to ensure only the very best service is delivered across the luxury market, Quintessentially has also launched 32 luxury sister businesses comprised of experts in every luxury division. This includes real estate, travel, luxury retail, wine, art, flowers, private aviation and more (http://www.quintessentiallygroup.com).

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