23 September

Slovakia: cheese and beer, pastures and flowers

Bra-IPC Velso Mucci

A workshop dedicated to the virgin soils of the Tatra National Park and the Podpol’anie region, respectively in northern and central Slovakia.

Here the hills and mountains provide the ideal environment for the production of specialties such as Zazrivsky Korbacik, a steamed cow’s milk cheese with an unusual braided whip-like shape; Parenica, made with the raw milk of local sheep breeds; and Bryndza, a sheep’s cheese produced since at least the 18th century, which is offered in two versions: smirkas—a toast with Bryndza cheese, paprika and onion—and in the traditional Slovakian dish of demikat.

The three cheeses, ambassadors of the Slovakian Ark of Taste, will be served with silver fir honey and spruce sport marmalade as well as a juniper spirit and Honey Ale-Romuald beer, brewed with the addition of mountain flower honey from the Pieniny national park.

To finish, a Slovakian dessert: zincica with blueberries and red fir marmalade.

Event bookable online until 12 pm on September 19. For bookings during the event, check availability at the Events Reception.

IPC Velso Mucci: Via Craveri, 8

23 September

13:00 - 14:15

Aula Laboratori | Workshop Rooms
Total of seats
Seats available:
25 €
Price for members
20 €