Gourmet expert Tom Aikens might be occupied with the opening of his new café Muse, however the Michelin-featured cook will remove time of his bustling calendar to have a ultra-elite culinary retreat in the Scottish Highlands this winter.
Aikens, who makes his arrival to London’s high end food scene following a five-year nonappearance in January, travels north of the outskirt toward the beginning of February to have a four-day retreat investigating Scotland’s plentiful produce with 12 culinary fans.
The experience, facilitated by Satopia Travel, will be facilitated by the Alladale Wilderness Reserve, an extravagance boutique lodging eminent for its eco-accommodating methodology. Situated in the core of the Scottish Highlands, this four-day retreat will comprise of cooking masterclasses, beautiful climbs, and field interests, for example, earth pigeon shooting.
Aikens will introduce an alternate menu to the 12 visitors consistently and utilize just the absolute best privately sourced and regular fixings. This lines up with Alladale’s way to deal with nourishment. The lodging is focused on working with little nearby and family-run providers to source produce including wild venison, new trout and salmon from the neighborhood waterways.
Visitors will likewise partake in two masterclasses drove by Aikens, where they will gain proficiency with the insider facts that permitted him to turn into Britain’s most youthful ever two-Michelin-featured gourmet specialist at 26 years old. These masterclasses will be intended to show visitors the handy abilities expected to make the best of occasional produce.
Alladale Wilderness Reserve is a little-known pearl of the Scottish Highlands. The Victorian house goes about as an extravagance base to investigate its uncommon environment, with very much selected rooms, comfortable beds and thundering flames anticipating the arrival of tired climbers. The house stays open all through the winter when the save is shut, basically ensuring protection all through its 23,000 sections of land.