For three days, 400 people will become sailors for a day at the Goleta Plymouth. Once on board, four professionals will teach all the secrets of space travel, gastronomy offshore, the cabuyería and the art of distillation, as did the late eighteenth century, creation date of Plymouth Gin.
Workshops on board Astronavigation Before there was GPS, ancient mariners were the north with the help of maps and sextants ballestillas. Luis Medero, nautical science, mapping expert and how guided by the stars, will teach this ancient art.
How to make your own gin Led by Sean Harrison, Plymouth Gin Master Distiller, attendees will tour through the history of gin over World Heritage, its link to the sea, the distillation process and the ingredients that make it unique.
Cabuyería Each vessel requires a cabuyero teacher, and he was not going to be less. The art will be discovered by Cali cabuyería Sanmartí, recognized national sailor who has sailed around the world on their way through the Barcelona World Race.
Gastronomy Salted, dried meat or pickles were just some of the techniques that ancient mariners used to preserve food for long periods at sea. Iker Erauzkin, renowned chef and director of the Culinary Classroom La Boqueria, held a tasting of the kitchen itself offshore.
As of June 1 lists will open for anyone who wants to live in The Plymouth
Do not forget your ticket request, places are limited!
About Plymouth Gin Plymouth gin is distilled Premium in the city of the same name, whose recipe dates back to 1793 and the only one with Designation of Origin. The distillation process is still done with the same copper still that was installed in 1855 in the Black Friars Distillery, the oldest in England. As for your profile, unlike a London Dry Gin to be more intense in flavor, has more body, is more aromatic and dry. Plymouth Gin has a wide range: Original Plymouth, Plymouth Navy Strength and Plymouth Sloe Gin, his gin with a touch softer pink sloes.