Ayurvedic Sommeliers

  • Are you a winery, a chocolatier, a farm, a cigar lounge or a specialty food artisan who would like to showcase your creations?
  • Are you a small or large business who would like to build more of a common ground foundation for your employees through a fine tasting collective experience?
  • Are you a food or drink enthusiast who would like to share your sensory experience with your friends in a highly educational yet fun manner?

If you answered yes or even maybe 🙂 to any of the above, then you have come to the right place!

Let us help you create the best Ayurvedic Sommelier Guided Tasting Event ever!

As Ayurvedic Sommeliers we pride ourselves to be stewards to your senses

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We will guide you through minute details, anywhere from terroir specifics and cultivating practices, to what the diiferent colors, textures, smells, tastes and sounds mean and how they influence your sensory perceptions, to how to create the best tasting environment for the occasion.

Why Are We Doing This?

The way we perceive our environment is through our senses. The better care we take of our senses, the clearer and happier our perception will be.

According to Ayurveda there are six tastes and twenty qualities that can be used to describe any food or drink and the physiological, emotional and mental effects that it will have on us. Becoming familiar with these tastes and qualities, helps us honor our senses.

We are spirits in a body.  The reason we came here to this World and to this Earth from the Spirit World is so we could experience sensible vices.

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