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Dan Quirk:

Hello, welcome to another episode of What’cha Drinkin’? from Quirk's Media. I'm Dan Quirk, VP, Marketing. Today we're interviewing Lucy Davison, founder and managing director of Keen as Mustard. Hi there Lucy. How are you doing?

Lucy Davison:

Hi Dan. How are you?

Dan Quirk:

What you drinking?

Lucy Davison:

I have a Negroni made for me, because my daughter used to work as a mixologist in a Japanese restaurant in London. She's actually an art student but I particularly like Negro because I love that kind of Campari flavor, that bitter flavor. And I'm very fond of Italy and it reminds me of Italian holidays. So I'm escaping at the moment with a Negroni. What are you drinking?

Dan Quirk:

Well, I love that. It's in a different time zone here. It's still morning. So what I have, I have my orange O mug and I am drinking a tea. It's tea from a local company here called Good Earth Sweet and Spicy Tea, and it ooh, an orange and cinnamon tea. And this was a local restaurant but they now sell the tea I think maybe nationally but it's one of my favorite teas. Later this afternoon I'll have a cocktail, but not right now.

Lucy Davison:

So, well, it's a little early for a cocktail and I'm actually an extremely big tea fan, so I'm fully supportive of you in your tea consumption.

Dan Quirk:

I will send you some of this tea, or maybe next time we see each other at an event, I can bring you some tea, which hopefully won't be too long.

Lucy Davison:

That would be what they call Coals to Newcastle, I think given the amount of tea in the U.K.

Dan Quirk:

Yes.

Lucy Davison:

National drink and all that. Right.

Dan Quirk:

Well moving on, I know that you are a communication guru and expert, and I wanted to ask you, ...