Relais & Châteaux is excited to announce The Joy of Bees, an immersive experiential art installation launched by the prestigious brand in collaboration with design creators and culinary innovators, Bompas & Parr.
The fused gastronomic tasting and art installation will be the world’s most extensive exhibition dedicated to some of the rarest honeys in the world. The experience, curated by Bompas & Parr, will afford guests the opportunity to come and savour the glory of eight exotic honeys collected from Relais & Châteaux properties. These honeys are produced in extremely limited quantities, which will be revealed to the public in choreographed tasting experiences.
The immersive tastings will be conducted by award-winning honey experts from Bermondsey Street Bees, who will be directly connecting the terroirs of Relais & Châteaux with the tasting notes of each respective honey.
Visitors can expect a veritable honeypot of experiences including a wondrous fragrant indoor garden, a buzzing live honeybee observation hive, honeycomb-inspired contemporary art, honey tasting from around the world led by a honey sommelier, hands-on chef cookery demos and more.
The Joy of Bees will come to London on the 6th – 8th October 2016, held over four floors in the heart of Soho, at 19 Greek Street, and will be a ticketed event, open to the public: £9.00 per person including booking fee, available to purchase via Billetto.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to The British Beekeepers Association.