One of the best food and drink traditions in France is the Apero Dinatoire. We talked to author Ann Mah about her favorite food and drinks to serve, etiquette around it and more on this month’s Paris Cocktail Talk!
This month we get philosophical about wine as we talk to celebrated cookbook author, Susan Herrmann Loomis, about her feelings and experience with wine after nearly thirty years of living in France.
Find new inspiration for pairing drinks with your cheeseboard in your liquor cabinet.
Ever wonder what it would be like to move to Provence from America and start distilling a gin-style spirit with the local ingredients?
What’s it like to run a cooking school in Paris before and during a pandemic? We talk to Jane Bertch of La Cuisine Paris to find out that and more….
Cool weather months are perfect for some Calvados cocktails! This month we talk with Maxime Potfer about how to enjoy this French spirit alone and in cocktails.
This episode covers France’s traditional apple brandy, Calvados. It’s a tasty spirit with a long history and Alex Mermillod from the distillery Christian Drouin joins us to provide a primer on the product: how and where it’s made and drank and even how they get those apples inside the bottles! Alex Mermillod has a true […]
Love them or love to loathe them, ‘best of lists’ always get a lot of attention. This month, I talked to Mark Sansom of World’s 50 Best Bars to dig a bit deeper on how their list is compiled, what makes it different and get more ‘behind the scenes’ details.
Preeti Gill joins me on Paris Cocktail Talk to discuss social media around food & drink, and how it differs in France.
Spirits Education in the Industry with Didier Ghorbanzadeh How do the pros learn about spirits and what does that mean for industry players and for the final consumer? Industry education is a growing practice and for this episode we talk to Didier Ghorbanzadeh, Expertise and Education Manager at La Maison du Whisky. Born in France, […]