See what this Saturday will offer the farmer's market of "St. St. Cyril and Methodius".

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Friday, 7 July 2017
Posted by: Димитър Шишманов
See what this Saturday will offer the farmer's market of "St. St. Cyril and Methodius".

On Saturday, July 8th, at 10.00 am at St. Cyril and Methodius Square for the fourth time, the citizens and guests of Burgas will have the unique opportunity to visit the farmer's market where they will enjoy boutique food delivered directly by Livestock, fruit and vegetable farms in the region. They are produced according to the requirements of all animal health and hygiene standards.
Visitors will be able to taste the unique taste of goat, buffalo, sheep and cow cheese produced in the dairy of the village of Lyulyakovo, Ruen.
They will have the opportunity to taste real natural honey from the beehives in Strandja - "Strandzha Beekeeping Farm", Malko Tarnovo, with natural honey from more than 1200 hives in the territory of Bourgas, Sozopol, Malko Tarnovo, the pure organic honey of Plamen Dimitrov from the aphids in Karnobat municipality, Pavlina Kessardjieva from Lyaskovo village and Vasilka Ivanova from Dyulevo village.
They will be presented with boutique dairy products from natural cow's milk from the farms in the village of Drachevo - Sredets and the village of Novo Panicharevo - Primorsko.
On the hot summer day, they will be able to experience the unique bio-wine of Katerina Kabakova, who received a bronze medal at the prestigious london experts in wine awards - under the patronage of St. Cyril Prince Preslavski, where 20 producers with 65 The type of wine, decanted in numbered transparent bottles, tasting "blindly", divided into 6 categories rated in a 100-point system.
The guests of Burgas will be fascinated to see and taste the vegetables of Kosta Kostov and his wife, whose tomatoes are spoken long after the market is over.
The abundance of fragrant freshly dried herbs from the Stara Planina region presented by Pavlina Georgieva from Aytos will make their day complete and full of health.
For the first time on the farm market, apricots will be offered to clients by Donka Todorova from Aitos, which is also producer of peaches, plums, apples and pears as well as melons from Todor Petrov from Izvor village - a unique place where some of the most -the delicious and juicy Bulgarian melons and melons.

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