Teamwork is one of the most important skills for an employee in the majority of jobs, and that is why many organizations value this ability positively.
To be effective and pursue the common goals of a company together and in a coordinated manner, individuals must work not just as a group, but as a team.
An effective teamwork is achieved through good communication, coordination, complementarity (mixing individual strengths), trust, and commitment, which are often referred to as the 5 “C”s. Teamwork fosters creativity and learning, reduces stress, enhances employee performance, and consequently improves overall company productivity.
We offer a variety of activities to blend teamwork with culture, sports, and local experiences.
The client creates their own bottle of herbal liqueur, depending on where we organize it, the client either gathers their own herbs or we arrange for the herbs to be collected before the workshops begin.
At the same time, they sample the three types of liqueurs produced on the island: sweet, dry, and mixed. They can choose which liqueur they prefer and keep it for themselves.
Similar to the previous workshop, the client creates their own almond liqueur, which is typical of this island.
In this workshop, they create their own liqueur, either orange or lemon, which they can take home as a souvenir from the island.
Accompanied by flavored water such as lemon and mint or melissa and orange, Mallorcan wine, regular water, and a shot of herbal liqueur.
An artisan will demonstrate how to make the ensaimada, and then each participant will make their own ensaimada.
We provide all the materials needed to make the ensaimada, including dough, rolling pin, butter, oil, and the filling options such as plain, candied pumpkin, cream, or chocolate, allowing participants to choose their preferred filling. They can take their ensaimada home with them. In the workshop, there is a tasting of Mallorcan ensaimada and almond Gató.
Almond Gató is another traditional Mallorcan dessert that is still enjoyed today.
Mallorcan desserts that are still cherished, with the Almond Gató being the second most requested dessert by the island’s inhabitants. With this workshop, participants will be able to create this fabulous dessert.
We can also make orange cakes or Soller lemon cream cakes.
Bread, olive oil, salt, “tomate de ramallet” (local tomato), garlic, “camaiot” (typical sausage), cheese, sobrasada (spicy sausage), olives, almonds, wine, and water, with plates, glasses, cutlery, all packed in a basket.
They will be explained how to prepare the traditional Mallorcan “pa amb oli” so that they can later make their own.
In this workshop, participants will cook various types of tapas, some of which will be tasted as they are being prepared.
And the remaining tapas will be served accompanied by wine, beer, soft drinks, and water.
This workshop, like the rest of the ones we offer, includes appetizers and dessert.
In this workshop, participants will cook their own paella, following the instructions of the chef. All the necessary ingredients will be provided for the preparation.
As in the rest of the workshops, they will have previously enjoyed a typical appetizer, accompanied by wine, soft drinks, beer, and water. For dessert, a typical Mallorcan sweet accompanied by ice cream will be served.
Introduction to the world of wine, where basic notions of wine tasting are explained, including color, aroma, and flavor.
In this wine tasting workshop, we will sample 3 or 4 wines, accompanied by typical Mallorcan olive oil sweets.
Different varieties used to produce some of the recognized oils within the D.O. Oli de Mallorca are explained, appreciating their aroma and flavor.
They are shown some types of salt produced on the island, and they are provided with enough materials to create their own salt with the combination that each participant chooses. Afterwards, they can taste the salts with brown bread, oil, and salt.
We explain the characteristics and varieties of these typical products from the Balearic Islands.
Typical tasting or lunch in the vineyards of the Binissalem area.
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