How to Be Incessantly Curious

How to Be Incessantly Curious
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Charles Gibb, CEO, North America Fever-Tree, New York

It’s not every day that I can say my guest has gone from tanks to tonic. Today we are joined by Charles Gibb, CEO of Fever-Tree North American, whose Sandhurst training put him in good stead to tackle any challenge.  

Describing himself as incessantly curious, Charles jumped at the chance to be “globally mobile” with a career that has taken him from the UK to Poland to Australia to the USA. Now he finds his French 75’s in a glass, not on the battlefield!*

On today’s episode, you’ll discover:

  • Why he wore a kilt almost everyday while working in Poland
  • Why Belvedere and Fever-Tree Tonic is his go-to cocktail
  • His top tips for the home bartender
  • Where he would drink right now if he could
  • What we are mixing today!

*The French 75 cocktail was named after The French 75-mm field gun, which was commonly used in World War I.

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