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Getting to know: Jeremy Le Blanche, Head Mixologist at queensyard

To celebrate the launch of queensyard’s ‘Gastrology’ bar concept, (think gastronomy and mixology combined) THE DISH caught up with their Head Mixologist, Jeremy Le Blanche to find out more.

Name: Jeremy Le Blanche

Position: Head Mixologist at queensyard

Years with D&D London: 4 years

First off, what really is ‘Gastrology’?

It’s a six part story playing on the concept of gastronomy and mixology. It takes you on a journey that explores ingredients and flavors inspired by worldwide cuisine in just one sip

The Big Apple

 

Ooh interesting, what’s your favourite cocktail on the queensyard menu?

Coconut Negroni: Tanqueray 10, sweet vermouth, bitter and coconut

Can you tell us a fun fact about you?

I traveled to Australia without being able to speak any English

Hiroki Sky

We’d love to know more about what other experience you have?

I previously worked for two years at Anne Sophie pic and Marian beke (one of the most famous bartenders at The Gibson Bar, Old Street).

And before I made the move to New York, I worked at D&D London’s German Gymnaisum, Kings Cross where we were featured in the 150 most exquisite bars in the world

When you’re not at work, what can you be found doing?

I love to explore new bars and restaurants in Manhattan. Or I can be found reading books and visiting antique shops

Cuvee concept

Catch Jeremy at queensyard in NYC, and try out his new Gastrology’ menu.