An interview with Chris from Henstone Distillery

An interview with Chris from Henstone Distillery

In this interview I chat with Chris from the Henstone Distillery. Tell us a little about how easy or hard it was to set up your distillery?  It is not easy setting up a distillery! I’d had a yearning to get involved in the spirit business for quite a few years and the...

Introducing Pancho Datos

Introducing Pancho Datos

Tequila sales in the UK are soaring at the moment as the sector matures. The days of only having it in the early hours as a shot with lime and salt are being sent into the history books. The modern, contemporary tequila drinker is enjoying it within sophisticated...

Bagnum by Le Grappin

Bagnum by Le Grappin

Bagnum by Le Grappin Here are Different Perspective we love people who think out of the box. In Bagnums case, quite literally. We have nightmares of very questionable wine being served from box with a bladder inside. Very convenient, but in terms of quality, cheap...

Stanlake Park Wines

Stanlake Park Wines

Stanlake Park Wine Estate is located Berkshire and run by Nico Centonzeand Natalia Pezzone. I chatted with Natalia about the vineyard and their plans for the future. Q. You grow a number of grape varieties that are quite interesting and I assume go into your blended...

Chatting with the Broads of Bourbon

Chatting with the Broads of Bourbon

In this interview, I chat with the Broads of Bourbon, Mary and Delilah, who have a web show on, you guessed it - Bourbon! They also have a great Insta feed so check them out! What inspired you to create Broads of Bourbon? We’ve known each other pretty much our whole...

Woodchurch Wines

Woodchurch Wines

You would be hard pressed to have missed the influx of English vineyards over the past decade, especially in Kent. To me, being an ex-sommelier, fine wine merchant and wine writer it brings a lot of happiness. Few things beat driving or cycling through the...

Biddenden Vineyards

Biddenden Vineyards

If you have lived in Kent for any amount of time you would be hard pressed to not be aware of Biddenden wines and ciders. I first discovered their cider at the Smarden Bell where it was served in half pints circa 1990. As students, it not only provided amazing...

An Interview with the founders of Mr Hobbs Gin

An Interview with the founders of Mr Hobbs Gin

Mr Hobbs Gin is based on a 150 year old family recipe by the Hobbs family in Henley. In this interview I chat with Suzy & Jonnie Hobbs, the founders, and discover they will be launching a new gin later this year, and how they once sold water by mistake (which was...

All About Agua de Madre

All About Agua de Madre

Agua de Madre is a naturally sparkling low alcohol water kefir that was started by Nicola Hart. Here she tells you about the product. Our core product is a water kefir, an organic low-alcohol drink, whose yeasty mouthfeel gives a proper grownup drinking experience...

An Interview with Whisky Games

An Interview with Whisky Games

In this short interview, I chat with Matthew Bishop who owns Whisky Games. Matthew creates hand crafted sets of dominoes from staves taken from old whisky casks for just £25. Q. How did you come up with the idea for whisky games? A. I had bought some barrel staves for...

Lars Hubbard from Appalachian Gap Distillery

Lars Hubbard from Appalachian Gap Distillery

I recently chatted with Lars Hubbard from the Appalachian Gap Distillery, located in Vermont. Starting as homebrewers of beer they took a class on distilling one weekend in Geneva, NY. What began as fun became a mild obsession, and now has become a business to make...

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