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1st Caviar Round Table at lake Tegernsee


On 3rd of May 2020, Christian Jürgens and the "caviar pope" Markus Rüsch invite you to the Caviar Masterclass in the cooking school "Genusswerkstatt", followed by the 1st Rottacher Caviar Round Table at lake Tegernsee. Experience an insight into the exciting world around the most delicious pearls and do something good at the same time.

It is a special concern of Christian Jürgens and Markus Rüsch  to help fellow human beings. For this reason EUR 80 per participant will be donated to the German foundation "KinderHerz".
 
Caviar Masterclass followed by the Caviar Round Table
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What to expect on Sunday 3rd of May 2020

Masterclass at the event location "Genusswerkstatt":

Germany's "caviar pope" Markus Rüsch will degust with you all the caviar varieties he has in his repertoire and reveal many secrets. He will explain to you personally the differences, special features and typical characteristics of the individual caviar varieties.

(Start 10:30 am, approximate end 11:30 am)

1st Rottacher Caviar Round Table at 12:00 pm:

Join our aperitif on our terrace, followed by a 6-course caviar menu at the first Rottacher Caviar Round Table (5 courses around caviar and a sweet closing with dessert and petit fours). The menu is accompanied by champagne from the best houses in Champagne, but Markus Rüsch's favourite drink to accompany the caviar will not be missing either.

When making your reservation, please let us know whether you and your company would like to sit at the caviar table side by side or opposite each other.

EUR 695.00 per person for the Round Table including Masterclass, 6 course menu, Champagne, water & coffee

EUR 80.00 per participant will be donated to the foundation "KinderHerz"

Foundation "KinderHerz" - Helping little hearts

Together with clinics for children with heart disease throughout Germany, the foundation "KinderHerz" initially develops funding ideas and then develops sustainable projects - projects for the benefit of children with heart defects.

Every year 7000 babies are born with a heart defect - one percent of all newborns. It's a simple arithmetical exercise to calculate what this means over the course of ten years. Hospitals such as children's heart centres suffer from clammy health insurance funds. In order to support them in the interests of the sick children, private commitment through a powerful organization is needed.

Learn more about the foundation