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5 little things we love – August

August 1st 2019


by Aude Camus 
 

#1 
Black Sheep Restaurants is offering rewards for you to help them find one of their 500 missing sheep 

5 little things we love – August
Not going on a summer break this August but looking for a bit of fun to spice up your daily routine? Black Sheep Restaurants has lost its herd and is recruiting shepherds. Sounds like something fun, right? 
You are invited to help find the 500 missing sheep. For every sheep you return, you’ll be treated to something nice ranging from a bottle of wine for your next diner to a round of drinks at Buenos Aires Rock Club or a dinner for four at Carbone. Follow Black Sheep Restaurants on Instagram  for clues on where the herd have roamed. 
 
 
From August 1 to 10 
Rewards are limited to one sheep per person and per day and must be redeemed before the end of August 
 
 
 
#2
InterContinental Hong Kong joins hands with French skincare brand Caudalie bringing you the grapest Afternoon Tea of the summer

5 little things we love – August
I absolutely love treating myself to a luscious afternoon tea at the Intercontinental Hong Kong from time to time, enjoying the chic and relax atmosphere of the Lobby Lounge and the beautiful view over the harbor and I’ve been addicted to Caudalie’s grape powered beauty products for many years so couldn’t dreamt of a better collaboration: chic, yummy and beautiful! Caudalie being a French brand, made in Bordeaux, the afternoon tea set is very much infused with French flavors which I couldn’t be happier with. I mean, Duck Foie Gras & Red Grape Jam with a Mini Brioche … yes, please! Comte Cheese Tartlet? Yes, yes and yes! 
 
 
HKD 688/two including two sets of Caudalie Resveratrol [Lift] trial kits 
From Monday to Friday; 2.30 pm to 6 pm
On Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 1.30 pm to 6 pm  
 
 
 
#3
Pura Vida fuels our day with healthy, nutritious and before all yummy granolas  

5 little things we love – August
My schedule is so hectic that I most of the time wake-up in the morning without having a clear vision of what my day will look like. All I know is that I will make sure and squeeze a workout within the day and will most likely have a few meetings and events to attend but also can’t really know if I will have time for a proper lunch break. So, I always make sure to fuel my day with a nutritious breakfast. My latest crush? The granolas from Pura Vida, freshly made every day in Hong Kong. 
 
Hong Kong Madame lovesLavender Orange Peel Granola, a perfect mix of oat and nuts clusters baked with lavender and mixed with preserved orange and goji berries. It’s yummy and gives me an extra kick of energy. 
 
 
HKD 98 for 250g / HKD 195 for 500g 
Available online  and at selected stockists including Edgar (Moon Street - Wan Chai), BiteUnite (Wan Chai), Barre2Barre (Central), Coastal Fitness and Baked Cafe (Elgin Street)
 
 
 
#4
Pure Playground returns for an afternoon of community, fitness and fun 

5 little things we love – August
Looking for a fun and free way to turn on your body, mind and soul? 
Pure Playground is turning the Central Harbourfront into the hottest playground of the summer with yoga classes, cycling challenges, Pure Fitness Personal Training consultations, group fitness classes, Pure Nutrition consultations, exclusive offers from nood food and other exciting happenings. 
 
Best part of it? it’s free! All you need to do is come on down in your activewear and bring your own mat, towel and water. 
 
 
On Sunday August 18 from 3 pm to 9 pm 
 
 
 
#5
Rituals Cosmetics launches first store in Asia and it’s in Causeway Bay 

5 little things we love – August
European home and body cosmetics brand Rituals just opened its first store in Asia in Times Square, and we cannot wait to visit it and get our hands on some of their beautiful products including the Rituals’ Fragrance Sticks which we absolutely love. 
 
Hong Kong Madame lovesThe Ritual of Karma range with its distinctive and very chic scent of holy lotus and organic white tea. So summery! 
 











 



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