Category: Season 2

Joyce and Raissa de Haas, Double Dutch, London – How to be born entrepreneurs

Joyce and Raissa de Haas, Double Dutch, London – How to be born entrepreneurs

Six months into their jobs, our guests knew the corporate world was just not for them. Sisters Joyce and Raissa de Haas were meant for something else.  As students, they didn’t have a taste for pure spirits so they experimented with making their own syrups […]

Tom Tuke-Hastings, Borrago, Oxfordshire – How to test more and debate less

Tom Tuke-Hastings, Borrago, Oxfordshire – How to test more and debate less

Some people are born entrepreneurs and our guest today was one of them. Tom Tuke-Hastings has been working for himself since he was a lad at prep school in Oxfordshire. Busy selling all manner of things to his willing peers, from balsa airplanes to collectible […]

Stephanie Jordan aka Drinking Out Loud for La Hechicera, Amsterdam – How To Be The Guardian Of A Story

Stephanie Jordan aka Drinking Out Loud for La Hechicera, Amsterdam – How To Be The Guardian Of A Story

Our guest today calls herself a TCK, a Three Culture Kid. Born to an English mother and a Colombian father, but living in France, she absorbed the culture and the languages of all three countries. The ability to speak Spanish, French and English plus her […]

Luca Missaglia, Italicus, London – how to realize your greatest asset and make it work for you

Luca Missaglia, Italicus, London – how to realize your greatest asset and make it work for you

Italicus – Rosolio di Bergamotto would definitely have been Garibaldi’s drink of choice had it been around in the 1860’s. Famous for being the man who unified Italy, Garibaldi would have embraced its desire to represent all of Italy in a bottle. If the divine […]

Rose Unwin, Silver Swift, Cotswolds – How to conquer your mental and physical wall

Rose Unwin, Silver Swift, Cotswolds – How to conquer your mental and physical wall

When you have the opportunity to ride professionally, you take it. That wasn’t the only chance in life our guest took. Rose Unwin is undeniably a risk taker. She knew she wanted to start her own company and she did. What she didn’t realize is […]

The Inaugural Peter Spanton Cocktail Competition at Jin Bo Law, London

The Inaugural Peter Spanton Cocktail Competition at Jin Bo Law, London

There is something magically mysterious about Peter Spanton Drinks. Maybe it’s the Hare-headed Gentleman who appears on every bottle of these bold mixers.  Maybe it’s the fact that my favorite is #13 of only six tonics they produce. Maybe it’s their selection of flavors from […]

Reinhard Engel, Nürnberger Altstadthof, Nuremberg – How To Multitask And Do Everything Well

Reinhard Engel, Nürnberger Altstadthof, Nuremberg – How To Multitask And Do Everything Well

Our guest today has the luxury of living in a country where you can study beer making at university. Reinhard Engel was fortunate enough to take his love for lager and make it his life’s work. In the thirty years that he has been the […]

Tim Etherington-Judge, Healthy Hospo, Cornwall, Part 2 – How to take care of your own

Tim Etherington-Judge, Healthy Hospo, Cornwall, Part 2 – How to take care of your own

Our journey continues with Tim Etherington-Judge, the founder of Healthy Hospo, the foundation which provides information, advice, and support on mental & physical health for all hospitality professionals, as he is about to enter Sub-Saharan Africa via London. Although every trip continued to be an […]

Tim Etherington-Judge, Healthy Hospo, Cornwall, Part 1 – How to find work that takes you everywhere in the world

Tim Etherington-Judge, Healthy Hospo, Cornwall, Part 1 – How to find work that takes you everywhere in the world

I truly believe that the day our guest walked into his first job at a school for children with special needs that he was destined to help his fellow man. His career may have taken him around the world, from the beaches of Cornwall to […]

Stephan Schulz, Mata Hari Bar, Nuremberg – How to take over a bar and make it the most popular in town

Stephan Schulz, Mata Hari Bar, Nuremberg – How to take over a bar and make it the most popular in town

Our next guest truly believed  that every 15 year old wanted to own a bar when he grew up. Years later when Stephan Schulz was presented with the opportunity to run Mata Hari Bar, he couldn’t say no!  It was the dream of a lifetime. […]