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Tag: Barnaby Rodgers

December 6, 2015

Sam Hoare

by General

Eton and University of Edinburgh educated actor and director Sam Hoare has appeared in everything from Eastenders and Blandings to Captain America.

July 20, 2012

Alexandra Abrahams

by Matthew Steeples

Her knowledge of gin and the London bar scene is beyond impressive. She’s sociable and she possesses an enthusiasm that knows no bounds. She travels with a suitcase full of gin and for this and her jovial manner, Abrahams is always one of the most welcome guests at any gathering.

June 15, 2012

To the manor born

by Matthew Steeples

The Manor, Bucklebury: a house that shortly may become home to Carole and Michael Middleton   First reported by The Daily Telegraph’s “Mandrake” columnist Richard Eden in May, the talk of today is that The Duchess of Cambridge’s parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, have just purchased a Georgian manor house at Bucklebury in West Berkshire. … Continue reading “To the manor born”

May 15, 2012

Joanne Moore

by Matthew Steeples

Here is an amazing lady who is responsible for more gins than you could possibly imagine. Britain’s only female master distiller combines herbs and spices and most importantly juniper to create gins such as BLOOM and Berkeley Square. This flavourmaker’s favourite food is Stilton cheese.

May 9, 2012

Barnaby Rodgers

by Matthew Steeples

The son of screen legend Anton Rodgers is one to watch in the drinks industry. He’s worked with some of the top brands but is now embarking on a new chapter guiding strategy for a variety of clients. He’s a dab hand in the kitchen and also responsible for the phrase: “I’d rather eat wasps.”

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