Honey Tasting at Honeydale
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About the Event
Honey is like wine - it has terroir and belongs to a place - it is the product of a particular climate, flora and geology. It’s unique composition tells a distinctive and interesting story.
Come along to Honeydale Farm, the land on which FarmED exists, and let us initiate you into the wonderful world of honey! Learn simple identification techniques and vocabulary to help you communicate the subtleties of flavour, colour and aroma. Travel the world as we identify honeys from around the globe!
What to expect from this course:
- Understand the composition of honey
- Gain an understanding of the global honey industry
- Discover some of the key floral sources for honey
- Learn to identify the main flavour attributes of honey
- Learn to identify the main visual attributes of honey
- Taste a gastronomic journey into the world of honey
This is a fun, hands-on workshop run by beekeeper and biologist, mother-daughter founders of Therapi Honey Skincare, Tanya and Esme Hawke. Tanya and Esme also manage bees at FarmED as members of the FarmED Bee Team.
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is open to curious minds and lovers of bees - there are no prerequisites!
Delivery of our mission is a collective effort and our values embrace inclusivity and diversity. We don’t want price to be a barrier to anyone visiting FarmED or attending our events. Read more about our tiered pricing policy here.
If cost is a barrier to you attending, then please do ask us for financial support. The FarmED Bursary offers free or subsidised places to those that will benefit most.
More Information and Booking
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Your booking is safe. If we cannot run any element of the training face to face due to Covid restrictions, you will be refunded or you can switch to an alternative date.