Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for Ehrmann MIXIM.
The Queen Mary was dressed on PINK and all was beautifully decorated to celebrate Valentine’s Day. I had the most amazing dates: my husband and my son, and we had wonderful food, drinks and an amazing dessert: Maxim yogurt. It is going to be hard to top this celebration next year…
In case you did not know it, Ehrmann is “mixing” things up. They are introducing MIXIM, a new product concept that brings an entirely new twist to your yogurt experience. MIXIM is creamy, smooth, and delivers all of the benefits of a traditional Greek yogurt, but comes in fun new heart shaped pack that allows you to mix and match toppings, in any way you please.
MIXIM is great for on-the-go. It is going to be a hit with my son lunches, because it comes in 6 mix’n’match flavors and it would be the ideal dessert for a sandwich or salad.
The music was good, the food was delicious and everything was decorated very tastefully, and the most important thing everything was PINK. I was in heaven. It was a very romantic night...
MIXIM comes in six flavors and all of them are good. I was not a surprised though that my husband went for the ones that have chocolate and my favorites were the ones with tropical fruits. My son favorite was strawberry but I already knew that!
The flavors are:
One of the things my son enjoyed the most, was "being part of history". We all helped to break the Guinness Record of the most people feeding each other yogurt simultaneously, and because we broke the record, Ehrmann donated $20,000 dollars to the Children’s Heart Foundation.
MIXIM will initially be available in California, Arizona and Nevada starting in January 2014 and I cannot wait to see what new flavors they will introduce in the future.
Remember that you can still enter the #MIXIMlove sweepstakes (until March 14) by uploading a picture or video on twitter, instagram using that hash-tag.
I think my husband is going to have a hard time trying to find something as fun and romantic for next year's Valentine's Day. What do you think?