Best Sips Worldwide | Cocktails & Conversations w/ The World's Best Bartenders
About This Show
Meet your new favorite drinking companion, Susan Schwartz, an American travel writer living in London. Thanks to her mother’s love of martini’s, the first words she spoke were, “Shaken Not Stirred” and she's been obsessed by the history of cocktails every since. Through the years, she's been lucky enough to sip some of the best, made by the best. Join her each week as she introduces you to the movers and shakers of the world’s most famous watering holes.
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First study English Literature, then move to London and then visit Cuba - at least that’s what our guest today did before making me the Daiquiri of my dreams. Dave Miller, General Manager of Ray’s Bar in London, reveals how one phone call changed the course of his life. From a tiny town in Scotland, Dave went from making Sex on the Beach to our cocktail of the week in one of London’s hippest bars. As an English Literature major, he had visions of writing that novel or working in publishing. After one glimpse into the Bonfire of Vanities’ lifestyle of wearing sneakers on the subway to being chained to a desk, he never doubted his life choice again. Check out my Cocktail of the Week at the end of the podcast to see how you can make Dave's Motor City Rum Ensemble! Where you can hear me drinking next: I hope you loved every bit of the first 50 episodes of Best Sips Podcast. We are taking a bit of a break for the summer, so you can catch up on the last 49. When we return on September 5, we’ll have a few surprises for you and episodes with Bénédictine, East London Liquor Company, The Gin Foundry, and many many more! Are you a regular listener of the Best Sips Worldwide podcast? You can get this and all future audio files automatically downloaded to your mobile device easy. If you're on iOS, you can listen with iTunes. It's easy to listen on Android, too. Or click the player or link below to listen to just this episode. (But trust me, you'll want to subscribe!)