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Copenhagen food tour

terrific food tour today, visited a world renowned brewery and award winning restaurant located in the revitalized meat packing district in the west end of Copenhagen.  Also sampled handmade ice cream pops, dream cake , cappuccino from hand roasted beans and hand made chocolate.  Denmark is committed to organic eating, preserving food, wind energy, these have become all important here.

Now off to find the yarn store
Hand made Chocolates on display

Mikkeller beer

Storefront for Mikkeller

Found the yarn store!  Sommefuglen = butterfly

Kildten gave us his freshly made rhubarb ice cream pops covered in white chocolate
We are standing behind his shop where he makes his confections.

Sommebrot, rye bread with herring  and one with organic grass fed beef
Delicious with Aquavit!

Sensation (“Sebbie”) brewing our cappucino made with coffee roasted in house. We also had a traditional treat called Dream Cake mmmmmm!!




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