I’m not sure if he thought he could win me over or if there was an even grander design. I’ll not share details here, but several factors went into my choosing ‘Under Heaven’ for the Liquorature crew. A while later, and after many a word shared with GGK himself, another one of his works, ‘Ysabel’, knocked my socks off.Either way, I came away from it after turning the last weighty pages with a great appreciation of the work, but an even more profound appreciation for the man himself. First off…a few scenes in ‘Fionavar’ simply blew me away. Kay’s mix of fantasy (very lightly and deftly applied in the case of ‘Under Heaven’ and ‘Ysabel’) and history is extremely appealing. The more he and I conversed on the subject, the more I came to see how sprawling his knowledge and interests really are.Without the staff, we can't build such a successful business in this short period of time.As a director of Coconut Bar and Kitchen, I am proud to say, we are one of the best teams in Reading.Allerdings hätte ich es nie über’s Herz gebracht, die Dinge einfach so wegzuschmeißen, mal davon abgesehen, dass ich es aus ökologischer Perspektive für einen ziemlich schrägen Vorschlag halte.
In addition to our rum selection, we have a substantial whiskey list, and a huge number of bottles of eccentric gins, brandys, Cognacs, and liqueurs.Dinge, die ich schön finde, aber irgendwie doch nicht mehr trage.Und dann auch von Teilen, von denen ich Ähnliches schon besitze.“We are drawn toward the unusual, the rare, the eccentric and delicious,” says co-owner Ed Rudisell. The Disney Parks may be some of the most magical vacation destinations, but what is it like to be one of the famous faces whose job is to create "the Happiest Place on Earth?