Welsh Food & Drink Experience
Perfect for corporate events, team building and celebrations!
Our Taste of Wales experience invites you to take a light-hearted and delicious virtual tasting tour. You’ll get to taste some Welsh food & drink, find out about Welsh cuisine and visit Cardiff and Wales. Contact us for more info.
“Very good business tool – we invited existing and prospective contacts and it had a very positive effect for us”. “Absolutely wonderful evening” “We enjoyed all of it. It was such an interesting, interactive and fun evening” (Scroll down for reviews)
Loving Welsh Food guide Sian 1 (there are 3 Sians in the Loving Welsh Food team) will guide you through the tastings while talking about Welsh food heritage, traditional recipes and new Welsh products. There’s plenty of opportunity for interaction, questions to see what everyone thinks of the samples. TV Weather Presenter Chris Jones is the Loving Welsh Food host to ensure that the event runs smoothly.
Sian also shares her experiences promoting Welsh food and drink all over the world, as well as her varied career in tourism, the media and food tourism.
We offer a choice of menus for the tastings and invite one or two of the Producers to join us for the tastings. This means that you get to find out about the lovely stories behind the products, where they come from etc. You’ll receive a delicious delivery of food and drink the day before event.
Example of menu
Penderyn Special Reserve Gin (5 cl)
Porth Neigwl beer (500 ml)
Oatmeal biscuits (1 packet of 8)
Laverbread and cockles (200g each)
4 Welsh cheeses – Teifi , Tisilio (goat’s cheese), Perl Las, Golden Cenarth,(180g – 200g each)
Welshcakes ( 1 packet of 5)
Sian Roberts from Loving Welsh Food has been running food tours and cooking workshops in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan for just over 5 years. “The guests always love tasting and hearing about our traditional and contemporary recipes – all very easy to make and delicious”. Sian also works as a TV and Radio announcer for S4C and BBC Radio Wales.
Chris Jones – Chris started his career as a teaboy and runner, whilst being trained as a cameraman for an independent television and corporate company. He then started to work on the other side of the camera and has been presenting, in both English and Welsh, for nearly 30 years, on television, radio, in corporate and public sector events. A more recent development in his work has been hosting, presenting and facilitating online events. “ I am very lucky to have worked with so many wonderful people from all walks of life and, as a cameraman and director, and have travelled the world extensively
Your ticket includes:
- Tastings of Welsh food & drink (different options available)
- An insight into Welsh cuisine, food heritage and culture
- A relaxing, delicious and safe Welsh experience
- Chance to win a fabulous prize
- All you need is your laptop (1 ticket covers whole family)
All you need is a laptop or tablet with sound, a built-in camera and high speed internet. You’ll get set-up instructions prior to the evening. It’s easy!
As a leading provider of After the Event Insurance solutions to the legal market, ARAG are lucky to have a strong cluster of clients in South Wales. We wanted to provide a relaxed and interesting evening for our clients during the English lockdown and Welsh firebreak. 2020 has been a challenging year and we had planned to offer a walking food tour of Cardiff but of course that has proved impossible.
It was a first class, hugely entertaining and informative evening online, with some delicious Welsh foods and drinks to try and with excellent explanations and stories which made the evening go with a real swing. The goodies all arrived in a hugely exciting boxes delivered directly to our guests homes.
A huge thank you to Sian and Chris for hosting a fantastic evening, enabling us to treat our clients for their support throughout the year. We could not recommend Loving Welsh Food more highly and look forward to using them again in the future.
Paul Morgan, ARAG
“We thought the eve was brilliant. My husband and I had both been feeling a bit low with the lockdown so it cheered us up no end to attend a social event. I would say it was the highlight of our lockdown. The food and drink was absolutely delicious, we enjoyed all of it. It was such an interesting, interactive and fun eve. I was born in Cardiff and lived in Penarth but now live in Poole Dorset. I haven’t been able to visit any of my Welsh family this year so it was lovely just to hear the Welsh accents and talk of Cardiff”.