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Bee to Bottle and Erika Spirits

This month’s episode, Bee to Bottle, covers the importance of bees to the agricultural landscape in France (and elsewhere) and how one small beekeeper at Erika highlights honey with a gin, vodka and mead. 

Older women sitting in a garden in the French countryside with a yellow elderflower cocktail in a balloon glass

Elderflower in Cocktails and Beyond

This month we learn about elderflower in cocktails and its evolution as an ingredient and flavour, how it was historically used beyond cocktails and cuisine and how it’s being used today with founder of SurO, Lucinda Prior. SurO is a homemade, natural non-alcoholic sparkling elderflower drink, which can also be used as a mixer. Products, […]

Hard Seltzer in France

This month we learn about Hard Seltzer’s growth in France with Steve Veytia of French brand Two Palms. Steve explains how hard seltzer is made and what it’s like to build an artisanal brand with a team of lifelong friends with backgrounds in the wine and surf industries. Products, places and people mentioned in the […]

Non-Alcoholic Beer in France

This month we learn about Non-Alcoholic beer in France from Paolo Bouquin of Athletic Brewing Co. We talk about how you make NA beer, who’s drinking it, the ways in which the trend is growing and how the French market is reacting to it. Products, places and people mentioned in the episode Athletic Brewing Co […]

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Japanese Spirits in France

This month we learn about Japanese Spirits in France, their increasing visibility in Paris and how the two cultures are coming together to create something more than the sum of their parts for culinary/cocktail experiences. 

History of Drinking in Belleville

Belleville has a rich and interesting history, including how, where and what its residents – including some now legendary singers – drank. Allison Zinder spills all about it on this month’s Paris Cocktail Talk episode.

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