In Lindesnes, on the south tip of Norway we find a restaurant out of the ordinary. In addition to being Europe's first underwater restaurant, Under is a Michelin star restaurant focusing on locally harvested seafood. Some of their produce is gathered a few dozen metres from the restaurant itself.
We have covered many spectacular buildings on this blog, but Restaurant Under, Europe’s first underwater restaurant has to be one of the most picturesque of them all.
You might have heard about it, aquavit. But what is it really? What does it taste like and what do you use it for? This is our guid to everything you need to know about aquavit.
Everyone knows the saying; Norwegians are born with skis on their feet. Being a thousands of years old invention, you would think there was no more innovation in this field. But after doubts and errors, one guy made a huge breakthrough in the world of alpine skiing.
Far into the Arctic Norway we find, Annbjørg a musher in her mid-20s passionate about dog sledding preparing for Finnmarksløpet.
The winners of the Nordic Spirits Award were just announced, and for the first time ever an aquavit took one of the top spots in the gin category of an international spirits competition.
With still a few winter months left, we thought it was time to share our favourite cocktail recipes you easily can make at home. Make your own and enjoy flavourful moments in your own living room.
With skiing in Norwegian territory being documented all the way back to 5200 BCE, it is no surprise that the wooden planks benteah our feet has become a symbol of Norwegian culture. Every year, millions of Norwegians visit the mountains, strapping the narrow planks to their feet and heading out to the wilderness for some peace and quiet.
As we are rushing through Boxing Week, we thought it was time to introduce you to Scandinavian Christmas traditions. Join us dancing around the Christmas tree, eating large meals and knitting sweaters.
Christmas is closing in, and with just a few days until Christmas Eve, the holiday’s main event. So we thought it was time to show what Scandis serve friends and family around the Christmas table. Let’s celebrate “jul”!