BRAVE BARTENDING: BECOMING A WORLD CLASS WINNER WITH JAMES GRANT
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In this episode of Bar Chat, Tristan chats to bartender and 2021 Diageo World Class Global Winner James Grant. James shares the realities of his career before (and after) World Class success, the cocktail he is most proud of and where he has found purpose and challenged himself over the years. Tune in Now.
James Grant, Diageo Global World Class Winner
IN THIS EPISODE:
- Find out how to get inspiration for cocktails and how to keep innovating through challenging situations.
- Discover how to use unexpected ingredients to elevate your serves.
- Get tips for competing in cocktail competitions and what steps you can take to succeed.
Find out how to win a cocktail competition.
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