Join us for a tasting and lecture the brain's role in taste.

May 25

At 15:00

Plænen - The Open Air Stage front

Ever wonder why grandma's meatballs taste so special? Or how colour can change your dining experience? Join us for an eye-opening tasting and lecture exploring how our brains create the flavours we love. Discover how to use neurogastronomy – the science of flavour perception – to elevate your own cooking.

Chef and neurogastronomist Rasmus Bredahl will guide you through a series of taste experiments, revealing how our brains process food far beyond the tongue. Learn how memories, expectations, and even colour shape our culinary experiences.

Get ready to expand your understanding of taste. Eating is a multisensory feast, and your brain is the ultimate chef!

The event will take place in the Communal Tent in front of The Open Air Stage.

NOTE: This free event is limited to 30 attendees and will be in Danish. Spots are first-come, first-served on the day of the event, starting at 15.00.


May 25
Included in the admission fee to Tivoli