See you in GEORGIA
as a child, Georgian pastry chef irma Kazar spent many hours in the kitchen so she could welcome her parents with a table piled high with delicious Georgian dishes on their return from a hard day’s work. there were baskets of hot sliced shoti bread and steaming bean soup in winter, salads, bread and Georgian tomato soup in summer. today Kazar offers custom tours that take in Georgia’s spectacular views, fine food and wine, unique culture and traditional hospitality. travellers have the opportunity to interact with locals, taste street food and cook traditional dishes as Kazar shares her extensive knowledge of Georgian cuisine and culture, and her love for the tastes and aromas of her homeland.