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The “Rømmekolle pop-ip café” in Murmansk, North Russia, was a two day event to explore cross cultural sharing and fermentation through conversations and microbial sharing.

Rømmekolle milk culture was tasted and shared with the passers by and many interesting and profound conversations took place at the café venue in Murmansk.


Barents Bird Festival, Murmansk, 16th and 17th April

What is Rømmekolle? For more information click here to read full blog post

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