A while ago, I was invited to a blogger event at Lucien Schweitzer. If you’re interested in how the event unfolded (including stress-releasing nut cruckers to yummy vegan apple tarts), keep on reading!
After a warm welcome and a refreshing virgin hugo, we were presented the star of the event: a French kitchenware brand, called Malle w Trousseau. What makes the brand outstanding is their focus on quality and sustainability, yet without denying their products a creative twist. The utensils are pragmatically designed to decrease the uncomfortable hassle of stump kitchen situations. Yet, if you picture some old-fashioned, rustic utensils as you’d find in your grandma’s cupboard, then you’re wrong: the style meets the minimalist trend that’s currently reviving its surge of success. My personal favourites were the nut cracker hammer and the apple half pan.
Apart from the lovely brand, I got to know some other supernice Luxembourgish bloggers and I enjoyed yummy vegan food catered by Flower’s Kitchen. They treated us with a colourful salad and super sweet apple tarts. As a little extra treat, we received a goodie bag with a set of vegetable peelers by Malle w. Trousseau. I’m already a fan of these peelers and use them daily… and they save me a lot of unnecessary swearing and trouble!
It was nice to get to know this part of Luxembourg city which often falls short due to the many attractions in the center of the capital. Yet, the district around the station is flourishing with young companies and creative minds. If you’re at the station sometime, and you don’t know what to do until your train leaves, I would definitely advise you to walk up ‘l’avenue de la liberté’ to explore the area. And if you’re looking for stylish kitchenware, furniture or other decor, take a look inside Lucien Schweitzer!