Traditional Black Forest meal in a historical mill
The idyllically situated, historically protected mill and was built over 200 years ago. The building is still functional and will be put to use during the visit. There is a traditional “Vesper”, or Black Forest meal, in the mill that appears just as it would have for Black Forest farmers eating while at work. After filling up on some local farm products such as self-smoked ham and bacon, three types of sausage, wood oven-baked bread, butter, white cheese, Marmalade, apple wine and apple juice with self-made sparkling water, you’ll be ready to see the mill. Until 70 years ago the mill served as the house for old builders, which you can see next to the mill equipment, where there is a traditional living room and bedroom as well as a well-equipped kitchen you’ll be able to discover.
The mill visit can be booked separately, however this visit would pair well with the innovative plus-energy community visit or a hike in the Black Forest.
A bus is necessary to get to the site. If you do not have your own bus, we can gladly arrange for a suitable bus with a local driver through our partner company.