Yes, I did it! What, you may ask? I’ve moved to Milan!
After working and studying in London for years (with a tiny one year break in Nice), I had this brilliant idea to move to Milan to pursue my career dreams. In the meanwhile I’ll also finish my graduate studies.
And as some of you may already know, I must agree with a few stereotypes that people proudly describe after visiting Milan. It is indeed the City of Fashion. The eclectic parade of trendy designers clothes at Milan fashion week just ended. Plus, you constantly breathe this atmosphere of luxury living, spotting Ferraris almost everyday.
Completely in line with this premise, during the first week of courses my whole new class had aperitifs (These early dinner drinks, very trendy all over Milan, are a must for everyone visiting!) at the Just Cavalli club, no less! Sounds fancy, right?
We had a lot of fun together, sipping exquisite Mojitos and enjoying a well varied buffet and music selection. But what caught my attention were the bottles of Roberto Cavalli vodka displayed all over the place.
I couldn’t help myself looking for more details about Just Cavalli. What intrigued me most was the bottle, I would say. It looks so attractive, you almost forget the alcoholic nectar inside.
For the joy of party people, you can taste it and have it in the cocktail you prefer in the most exclusive and trend clubs worldwide. Or it’s available on Amazon with free delivery in some selected countries.
Besides the attractive packaging, this completely made in Italy spirit is generally reviewed as a good quality vodka. So someone could argue that if the taste is common, why bother? Well, if you find yourself having a fun night in one of those exclusive clubs, in the company of your favourite people while on holiday, and you still want a good reason to try it, I leave you the description that Roberto Cavallo personally gave:
“I love the pureness of vodka, especially of my vodka: it is like water and fire coming together in a single element.”