How to settle in for a season

How to settle in for a season

Skiing can be a tough workout, but there’s always Aprés Ski to make it all worthwhile. At the Hotel Pashmina in Val Thorens, France,  our guest Younes Bahir is wowing them with his signature cocktails – not to be missed.

Seasonal work can have its benefits – summers in Corsica, winters in the Savoie Mont Blanc. Younes is enjoying this life style at the moment, before he picks that once place to be his home. We left him as he was about to enter his first competition, and I have a feeling he will be one to watch in the future!

Where you can hear me drinking next:

You might be reminded of a childhood spent in Anguilla by the sound of a wave or the caw of a seagull. For our next guest, it’s a sip of rum. His own rum. George Frost tells us how he created the Duppy Share, a 3-year old pot still blend of Jamaican and Barbadian rums to bring the Caribbean to his hometown of London anytime he wanted.

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