The experience of having a drink mainly depends on which atmosphere I feel like being in based on my mood, The Connaught Bar if I feel like having a Sazerac, Coburg Bar for a Hemingway Daiquiri and The Audley Pub for a good old Guinness.
Sazerac & Hemingway Daiquiri
I am very happy at Claridges, there is a very strong bond between the staff at Claridges, and I am always motivated to strive for perfection. Maybe in the future it would be great to manage a group of bars and move to a country with a hotter climate which I know my family would love...
I've never heard any good chat up lines but the worst was "Did it hurt? When you fell out of heaven".
I only share secrets with my wife (and when I had a few drinks)
I created a cocktail the day that you visited the bar, haven't got a name yet, any suggestions? 15ml No 3 Gin 10ml Kammerling's 10ml Mandarine Napoleon XO 1 White Sugar Top up with Champagne Method: Place the sugar cube on the bottom of the champagne flute, stir ingredient and stain in the glass, top up with champagne and garnish with lemon twist.
I very rarely drink martinis, except on special occasions in which I would drink my martini with gin straight out of the freezer with a spray of vermouth and a twist.
Fireman..... I still do