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gin+tonic+logoIt’s a great time to enjoy gin in Ireland. Slow Food Dublin is excited to host a Gin & Cheese tasting on 24 June as a part of the Dublin Gin & Tonic Fest.

The tasting will include the three Irish gins featured in the festival, with cheese pairings selected by Sheridans Cheesemongers.

And best of all, we’ll be honoured to welcome the producers to speak about their gins, and the foraging and botanicals that create their Irish character:

If you missed our event in April, this is your chance. Or maybe you just can’t get enough Irish Gin and Irish Cheese! Either way we’d love to see you at Lillie’s Bordello.

Lillie’s Bordello is a Gin & Tonic Fest location, so you’ll be able to purchase a Gin & Tonic Fest wristband, and avail of Lillie’s festival gin cocktail.

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Where: Lillie’s Bordello, Adam Court, Grafton Street
When: 7:00pm, 28 April 2015

Slow Food Dublin is excited to host an Irish Gin & Cheese Tasting on 28th April. The evening will feature four Irish gins with cheese pairings selected by Elisabeth Ryan of Sheridans Cheesemongers. Not only will we be exploring new and interesting pairings of fantastic Irish products, we’ll be honoured to welcome all four distillers to speak about their gins, and the foraging and botanicals that create their Irish character:

Tickets are €15 or €12 for members of Slow Food.

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Where: Dublin Food Co-op, 12 Newmarket, Dublin 8
When: 25 March 2015, 18:30 – 21:30
 
Slow Food Dublin’s March event is turning the spotlight on our food focus topic for 2015 – food waste. We want to raise awareness of food waste in our own homes and communities and ways in which we can all help. Plus hopefully raise some funds for various campaigns. 
 
On Wednesday, March 25th in Dublin Co-Op on Newmarket Square, Dublin 8, we are hosting an evening of talks on food waste and a pop-up dinner, made with food that would have been wasted from local food businesses. 
 
Here is our line-up of speakers:
  • Mindy O’Brien from VOICE – Irish environmental charity
  • Liz Fingletion & Kate Cronin from OBEO – Fuss-Free Recycling
  • Tony Lowth from NCAD Organic Community Garden
We hope you can join us for an informative night to highlight this important topic!
 
Tickets are €15 for Slow Food members & €20 for non-members.
Ticket price includes dinner. 
 
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