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I’ve been enjoying and writing about whisky, eating & drinking and travel for more than 10 years. I love sharing these experiences and recommendations with fellow epicureans, especially when my hospitality and industry contacts provide the inside word on new trends and upcoming, not-to-be missed events and the best shows around town. I also write about other stuff I think is important over at or if you like, read my work for the NZ Herald and Blogger At Large.

If you are interested in booking a tasting or event, see what I offer here.

I’m also available to help compile a whisky list for your bar or restaurant, or to train your staff teams in how to present and guide customers through a whisky experience.

I’d love to hear from you.


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