What better news to receive as you coat your Sunday morning toast, than the existence of a high end fashion ambrosia you’ll never get to taste?

In 2009, Louis Vuitton installed beehives on the roof its Champs-Élysées headquarters (inspiring this window display, replicated across stores), and now they’re paying out. Sadly, La Belle Jardinière honey (presumably named after Raphael‘s honey-toned 1507 high renaissance painting) won’t be for sale, and will only be given as a gift to friends of the label.

With such gorgeous Art Noveau packaging that subtly incorporates the LV logo, the jar alone is a cause of severe yearning. We might just hang around Nyasha Matonhodze‘s bins and cross our fingers. Don’t tell anyone.

Louis Vuitton Makes Honey