If you could eat and drink the universe, what would it taste like? Astrophysicist Roberto Trotta joins forces with An Lanntair and Uig Sands restaurant to bring complex astrophysics to life through two unique but complementary events – with cocktails and canapes at An Lanntair on Saturday night and dinner at Uig Sands restaurant on Sunday evening. Roberto will host each event, providing an entertaining and educational experience for everybody….
g-Astronomy at An Lanntair
Saturday 15 February, 8pm
£25 per head
Three courses of cocktails and mocktails made to order, plus cosmic canapes, candlelight and music. Our cocktail line-up will consist of…
Primordial Fireball (alcoholic)
Rum, raspberries, thyme and Big Bang blaze… the flaming start to your
g-astronomical journey through the cosmos
Primordial Fireball (non- alcoholic)
A primordial fizz of raspberries, lime and ginger.
Epoch of Reionization (alcoholic)
A golden star of Colonsay gin, lemon, mint
and elderflower tonic to light up your palette.
Epoch of Reionization (non-alcoholic)
A second golden star, bubbling with lemon, mint, elderflower tonic.
Heat Death (alcoholic)
At the end of time, a supermassive black hole of vodka,
fresh lime, triple sec and edible stardust.
Heat Death (non-alcoholic)
Blueberries, lime, soda and stardust,
resisting the ever-increasing entropy of the universe.
If you have any special requirements please notify the An Lanntair in advance on 01851 708490 or firstname.lastname@example.org
g-Astronomy is part of an award-winning public engagement project called The Hands On Universe. In January this year Roberto was also awarded the Annie Maunder Medal for Outreach from the Royal Astronomical Society for his outreach work.
The Hebridean Dark Skies Festival is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Community Outer Hebrides LEADER 2014-2020 programme.