Learn How to Make Juice With Aarstiderne

On February 5th and 6th, we are hosting the “Aarstiderne Juice School” at the Normann Copenhagen Flagship Store. Søren Ejlersen and Jacob Dietz from Aarstiderne will pay us a visit and share all their juicing secrets, and we hope you will join in the fun!

 

During the evening, the two teachers will introduce you to and demonstrate how to make nourishing, healthy and wonderfully flavorful juices from fruit and vegetables – and there’ll be samples for everyone to taste!

Søren and Jacob will also tell us a about improving your gastronomical quality of life and about their new book “Safter” ["Juices"] filled to the bursting point with lots of juicy inspiration and knowledge.

Suddenly feel like going back to school? Then send us an e-mail at normann@normann-copenhagen.com, or sign up at the register in our Flagship Store.

Oh, and don’t forget to let us know which day you would like to attend.

We hope to see you there!

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