Looks like Louis Vuitton is looking to go into the culinary world with their very own brand of nectar dubbed the Miel de la Belle Jardiniere Honey.
It turns out that back in 2009, Louis Vuitton installed three hives on the roof of their headquarters according to Pursuitist.com. After welcoming about 200,000 bees, the company has managed to harvest some of their nectar and the result is the Miel de la Belle Jardiniere Honey. As expected, the packaging on the item is beautifully done with a clear jar, gold lid and a slick black label. This is definitely one of the more interesting directions I've seen a high-end fashion brand go towards in terms of branching out.
With the Miel de la Belle Jardiniere Honey, you'll get a taste of luxury -- literally.