Eva (Karins mother) and Bertil has been visiting us over the weekend. We went to the Butterfly House (Fjärilshuset) in Haga park (Hagaparken), it’s a green house that hosts a rainforest like area. Which contained both exotic plants, fish, birds and butterflies.
The branches where filled with these coocons. We might have been there before the season starts since there where only a few butterflies flying around.
I did manage to find one though. Yeah I might have looked like a moron running after butterflies… and no I wasn’t drunk.
Me at Hagaparken. You can’t really see it on this picture but the field behind me was huge and packed with people.
After walking around in the park for a while we went home to have some beer and bbq. I decided this was a good time to try all thoose lagers I’ve had sitting around for a while.
Saku Kuld 5,2%
The smell was slightly sweet and had hints of malt and bread. The taste was fizzy with some malt and a low bitterness. It lacks allot of the bad tastes I relate to lager, but it’s a bit weak in taste and smell to reach a higher score. Pretty decent lager though.
Zlaty Bazant 5%