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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Everything you need to know about the Cornish author, who appeared on tonight's Dragons Den hoping for investment into his business called Whisky Me
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Tonight's Dragons Den on BBC saw viewers and the dragons meet Tristan Stephenson, a Cornish author, bartender, writer and businessman. The 38-year-old, who started his career with Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant has spent his career involved with a number of high profile bars and restaurants both in Cornwall and across the United Kingdom. After appearing on tonight's Dragon's Den, he's presented his latest venture to the discerning panel of dragons, consisting of high profile business people and investors. But who is Tristan Stephenson and what is his story? You can stay up to date on the top news and events near you with CornwallLive’s FREE newsletters – enter your email address at the top of the page. Who is Tristan Stephenson? Tristan Stephenson is a 38-year-old bartender, author and businessman from Cornwall. He started his career as part of the Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant team, setting up their bar in 2005 before becoming one of the teams which harvested and roasted Arabica coffee beans that were grown in the biome at the Eden Project. He later went on to become a brand ambassador for the Reserve Brands Group in 2007 before being part of the training staff at high profile London restaurants The Connaught, the Dorchester and the Ritz London Hotel. In 2009, he came third in the Barista Championships held in the UK having been trained by Origin Coffee of Constantine in Cornwall. He would later go on to pioneer molecular mixology as co-founder of Fluid Movement, a drinks industry consultancy company.
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. In 2017, he was hired as a consultant by supermarket Lidl to advise on their spirit range.
Where has Tristan Stephenson worked? Tristan Stephenson's career has taken him to a number of bars and restaurants both in Cornwall and further afield. Prior to his appearance on BBC's Dragon's Den, Tristan Stephenson was involved with Surfside Cafe in Polzeath, The Worship Street Whistling Stop in London, Black Rock in London, The Napoleon Hotel in London, Dach and Sons in Hampstead, Sack in London, The Devil's Darling in London, Black Rock Tavern in London and Black Rock in Bristol. He also teamed up with drinks giant Diageo in 2013 to open a pop up gin palace in Covent Garden London in order to mark the birthday of the founder of Tanqueray, Charles Tanqueray and also appeared in their adverts marking this.
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Has Tristan Stephenson been on TV before? Tristan Stephenson is no stranger to the TV cameras having appeared on BBC Two's Something for the Weekend in addition to Good Food Channel's Market Kitchen programme. He's also written a number of books, all but one of which were under the series "The Curious Bartender", revealing secrets and tips from his work as a bartender. The other book was titled "The Curious Barista's Guide to Coffee."
Is Tristan Stephenson on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram? Tristan Stephenson is on Instagram and Twitter, with the handles @tristanstephenson on Instagram and @trisstephenson on Twitter.
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