The Ancient Art Of Ambrosia - Esperance Cannery Arts Centre
Before there was wine, there was ambrosia…
Evidence from China reveals that the oldest known fermented beverages were made with honey, though it was the Ancient Greeks who gave the name ambrosia to the honey-wine they saw as divine; a drink fit for the gods, conferring health and longevity to those who drank it.
Join Yume winemaker Lou Chalmer for this workshop where she’ll give you a full introduction to ambrosia. Lou will talk through the process of making ambrosia, and guide you through a tasting of the ambrosia’s she makes from local Esperance Honey, paired with some lovely cheeses.
Sunday 22 September
1 - 3pm
$30 Cannery members / $80 non-members
This workshop is for those who are 18+.
Tickets are available directly from Esperance Cannery Arts Centre via the link here.