Because people that have tones of money also tend to achieve a balance of also having lots of extra time, having a capable Bentley Bentayga is never enough – you also need ultra-posh accessories.
This is why extremely luxurious organic farm Daylesford has created a menu for the ultra-posh Linley hamper that slots into the trunk of the exquisite Bentley Bentayga sport utility vehicle. According to the British automaker, the picnic reflects Daylesford’s produce with pretty much all ingredients sourced from the Gloucestershire, England farm. The $27,500 Linley hamper will include in the menu a carved pumpkin stuffed with green kale, heritage apples, crispy bacon, toasted seeds, and honey mustard dressing; buckwheat tabbouleh; wild mushroom, truffle, and gruyere arancini; roasted squash and balsamic red onion tartlets; red kuri squash, chilli, and chickpea cakes; raspberry macaroons with buttercream filling; chocolate praline slices, and lemon and raspberry gateau.
Believe us, we also looked up the dictionary for a few of them… There’s even a chef taking care of things here: “Late autumn is a time of great abundance at Daylesford. Careful slow-cooking techniques bring out their subtle sweetness and, carefully paired with our tender grass pastured beef, game, or foraged wild mushrooms, offer a celebration of the season,” comments Chef Fuller. The Linley hamper – as the name implies – is the result of a collaboration with British designer and nephew of the Queen, David Linley, and is of course manufactured by Mulliner, Bentley’s in-house personalization and accessories unit.