Ice-cream in the Störvatt

I estimate worth-mentioning the fact that we finished the leftovers of the Verveine sorbet in an odd place: the Störvatt, at my father’s house. This barbarian name describes a Scandinavian wooden tub, a bit like a giant barrel, filled with water, and containing a stove. By lighting a fire in the stove, you can heat the water up to 40°C, and enjoy your hot bath in the snow, the rain, or under the stars, while smelling the scents of wood and campfire…a truly unique experience. And enjoying a bowl of homemade ice cream lost in the vapours of hot water is amazing.






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