Perfume: An Edible Scent, Cambridgeshire, Autumn Edition

Perfume: An Edible Scent, Cambridgeshire, Autumn Edition

From the apothecary to the chef, the secret life of smell transforms into an edible scent for an exquisite dinner inspired by perfume, both ancient and contemporary. This time, it’s in Cambridgeshire!

Inspired by Mandy Aftel’s book, Fragrant: The Secret Life of Scent, we’ve incorporated the fleeting and surreal world of perfume into a fabulous dinner, using organic and pure natural essential oils, absolutes and essences. Ever wondered what tobacco, cedar wood, patchouli or oud might taste like since they smell so divine? Come along and find out.

We’re visiting Cambridgeshire – a secret location on a farm in the beautiful countryside near Ely where we’re taking over a lovely barn for the evening and turning traditional perfumes into an edible scent.

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