A classic bouquet of 24, 48 or 72 Dusty pink roses
Anyone who has a sweet tooth is sure to love this deliciously different bouquet of roses. The bouquet is named after the Beatles’ hit Savoy Truffle, which was inspired by Eric Clapton’s love for chocolate. The song lists the various flavors of Mackintosh’s Good News chocolates and is a warning to use self-control when indulging in the sweeter things in life. The bouquet features dusty pink/brown roses, which are reminiscent of chocolate and have a very sweet and lingering scent. Like the song, the Savoy Truffle bouquet is sweet, a little bit unusual and absolutely remarkable.
Pro Tip: To ensure the freshest of the fresh, your blooms may arrive in bud form.
Please Note: While we always try our best to match the bouquet pictured, we remain dedicated to fresh, high-quality flowers. Occasionally, substitutions, including color variation or supplemental flower type, may occur to ensure you receive the freshest possible selection.