Evolution of the Margarita Mixology Class

Evolution of the Margarita Mixology Class

SipScout Craft Alcohol Membership Club – April, 2023

Get ready to shake things up with the SipScout Evolution of the Margarita Mixology Kit! Join us for a night of mixology magic with our resident mixologist Evan and our founder Suzanne. In this virtual class, you’ll learn about the history of the Margarita (or at least one of the many theories!) while you whip up 3 delicious cocktails. Perfect timing to get you in the spirit for an epic Cinco de Mayo celebration! So grab your Margarita Mixology SipScout Kit and let’s get shakin’ and stirrin’ together!

 

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Highlights

Here are the three cocktails we’ll be mixing up:

1) Sidecar
2) Classic Margarita
3) Coralina Margarita

About Your Hosts

The Crafty Cask celebrates and supports craft alcohol makers through engaging consumer content, events, virtual tastings, and online education. We help craft enthusiasts drink better and craft makers market their brands better to build thriving small businesses that keep #TipplerNation drinking well!

Your hosts for this event, alongside the featured maker, are Suzanne Henricksen, Founder of The Crafty Cask and Evan Rothrock, sommelier, certified cider professional, mixologist, and bespoke wine tour guide.

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Hello hello every one… Welcome.. Happy thirsty third day. Another of SipScout, well this week is a cocktail party. cocktail party…

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yes which means you guys get to get

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engaged and shake and stir with us and

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we’re super excited to see some of you

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here welcome back to those of you who

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are SipScout members and join us

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regularly

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um and for those of you who are new

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hello like I’m Suzanne I’m the founder

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of The Crafty Cask where we are all

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about celebrating and supporting cracked

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alcohol makers like some of those that

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we will discuss today and my name is

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Evan I am a certified small a certified

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cider professional

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um whiskey Enthusiast equal opportunity

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craft beer creeper and your mixologist

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for the day a great mixologist he’s my

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personal mixologist and let me tell you

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you’re in good hands with this guy thank

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you

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um so for those of you who are returning

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and have joined us for a few times we

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said this last month but I just want to

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give a shout out in case those of you

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weren’t here last month we’ve changed

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things up a little bit we’re doing

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things in a webinar format now

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um and what that means is for the first

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portion for you know while we’re making

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cocktails while we’re telling stories

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you’re just gonna see us you’re just

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going to hear from us we would love it

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if you still jump in on the chat um you

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won’t be able to turn your video on or

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unmute yourself in the beginning but

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then near the end as we all have our

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drinks and we’re all kind of hanging out

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a little bit we can promote all of you

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to panelists and then you can turn your

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videos on chat with us we can have a

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little happy hour at the end yeah so

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that’s kind of the new flow of things

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based on some feedback we heard so that

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we can get the get the information out

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there and really get the party started

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so here we go shake it up uh we’re gonna

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be talking about the margarita today

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Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner

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and many of you I imagine will be

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celebrating in some capacity even if

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it’s just a simple cocktail with your

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evening meal yeah you might not be a big

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Cinco de Mayo partier and that’s okay

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but you know it’s nice to have a

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margarita or some taco is there

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something to kind of celebrate Mexico

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and as we kind of play together

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throughout this next hour hour and a

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half we will have some cool questions

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thrown up in there to test your

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knowledge on all things Mexico all

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things Margarita all sorts of fun things

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um what do you think should we chat a

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little bit about the margarita start

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making our first cocktail I don’t know

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do we have some votes you want to throw

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you want to throw some votes in the chat

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you want to you want to make that first

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cocktail here

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because I think you probably want to do

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that you want to turn that on

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talk about it Jay wants us to talk a

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little bit all right all right so first

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we’re going to what do you want me doing

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oh I was just gonna suggest that you

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yeah you’re gonna get some quizzes here

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um so Margarita is actually the most

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popular cocktail in the United States

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number one and it has been number one

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since Nielsen started studying this I

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used to be a market research back in

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surveys and they have a survey that they

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started back in 2016 to understand what

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bargoers what their favorite drinks are

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and ever since they started it in 2016

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Margarita has been number one it’s not

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crazy like for us for those for people

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like us and people like you I think who

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drink a lot of cocktails and like to try

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new things if you’re a SipScout member

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you certainly like to try new things

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like the fact that the margarita has

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been the number one cocktail in the

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United States since 2016 is below

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um but that’s a big credit too the

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margarita itself less uh maybe virtuous

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market research work though since even

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the early 2000s have suggested uh just a

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huge huge popularity of of this this

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well-known cocktail

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um I believe in 2008 there was a study

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that suggested that 185

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Margaritas are consumed every hour in

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the United States every hour like is

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that like all day ever every day like

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it seems like it seems like a weird stat

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to me as Market researcher but

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regardless the answer is we were

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drinking a lot of margaritas

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um so if this will be fun because we’re

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going to talk a lot about the margarita

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and we’re also going to teach you some

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great techniques so that you can make

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delicious Margaritas at home because

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we’ve all had crappie Margaritas no

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well Essie’s probably never had a crappy

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bird no I’ve had plenty of crappy

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markers personally because he basically

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just refuses to order Margaritas at most

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places out yeah and when we do order

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Margarita though we always ask we

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actually did this at our local Mexican

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joint recently we say are you using a

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mix or using fresh lime juice that’s

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your tip so when you go to a restaurant

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if you’re craving a margarita just ask

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them that simple question if they say oh

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we have a mix and a lot of times they’ll

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say oh it’s a house mix it’s wonderful

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comfortable with a lot of sugar and

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often artificial flavoring and not

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restaurant we asked sold us

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straightforward this margarita

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is a mix but for like an extra 50 cents

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we can make it for you with fresh fresh

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juice

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well worth it highly advised yeah

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absolutely

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um I’m gonna launch our first poll here

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while we chit chat a little bit because

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of the impending yeah holiday that’s

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approaching yeah you know we were

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debating should we do the margarita six

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go kit in April should we do it in May

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and we were like let’s do it in April so

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we can get people prepared for Cinco de

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Mayo get them making some delicious

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Margaritas fill their brains with lots

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of Margarita knowledge so that when

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you’re celebrating with friends you get

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to you get to kind of show up a little

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bit

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all right what does Cinco de Mayo

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celebrate what does it celebrate

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interesting it’s a good question yeah

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um so as people are filling this in

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let’s talk a little bit about our first

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cocktail that we’re going to make in

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terms of the why are we making a brandy

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cocktail yeah is anyone curious why

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they’re either Brandy in your Margarita

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kit it’s kind of weird right probably

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Margarita kit as well I guess again if

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you read the report yeah um so our first

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cocktail is a cocktail called the

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sidecar and the sidecar is kind of

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derivation of another cocktail called a

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brandy Cresta and both of these are

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sour cocktails as far as like the

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families of cocktails that are out there

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of cocktails what does that mean so

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families of cocktails um if you’re

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spiritus uh for example a Manhattan all

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the ingredients in this are spirits and

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they blend together a little bit more

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seamlessly you can simply stir them to

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incorporate the flavors and the elements

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sweetener to balance out the tartness of

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the acidity in the Citrus and then your

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base spirit and then there’s often

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complex hours right which are two

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works yeah so there’s a primary Spirit

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as well as a secondary kind of flavoring

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spirit in a complex hour uh which leads

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us to the category of sours that we’re

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which is specifically a daisy

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it’s fun to say one thing as we’re

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talking families and Cocktails you saw

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um the reason I was pausing and saying

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talk about family is a Cocktails so a

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few other families are like muddles

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cocktails would be kind of a family of

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cocktails hot beverages

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um you know what was I’m trying to think

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of what some of the other ones already

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know this

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uh oh now on the quiz Colin Collins

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the reason I mention this is because if

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you understand the family of cocktail

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that you’re making so in our example

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here uh sour

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um if you understand what a sour is

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all of a sudden you have a whole

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portfolio of cocktails you can make it

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kind of allows you to start to cook the

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way many of us cook at home where if you

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understand the basic ratios of I want

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you know one part

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you’re going to do this better one part

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Citrus one part Spirit one part

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sweetener for example I don’t know if

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that’s the right ratio but generally a

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two-part Spirit one part sweetener one

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part Citrus there we go apparently

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like this is what a sour is that’s what

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allows you to start to rinse right

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make a great Margarita now what if I

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replaced rum in that what would that do

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what if I place this other sweetener in

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that and then you get to start to like

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really create delicious cocktails on

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your own so that’s what I think it’s

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really important to like yes we’re

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talking about these Greek specific

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cocktails but ladder them up a little

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bit to like that allows you to swap and

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make different things if you make a

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really good chicken piccata you probably

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can make a really good meal picata right

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make a really good eggplant Parmesan you

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might make a good chicken parmesan but

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it’s even like swapping the sauces

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swapping if it’s breaded or not right

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like all of those things is kind of that

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same I can’t make a good chicken piccata

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doesn’t mean you make a good chicken

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cacciatore yeah for sure

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um so the daisy is the overarching

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family that the sidecar stems from and

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the thing that distinguishes the daisy

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is that the secondary flavoring spirit

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is triple sec or

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any number of these orange flavored

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liqueurs that Define kind of a daisy

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Citrus mixed with the orange the orange

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liqueur with your spirit of choice uh in

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this case Brandy so the sidecar

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um and it’s been around for quite a

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while and its Origins are muddled not

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unlike the margarita there’s often lots

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of stories about the origins of

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cocktails but why are we starting with a

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sidecar and a margarita Mixology kit

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well

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um

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many people believe that this is the

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cocktail that the margarita evolves from

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yeah

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um and I think that this was something

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that was suggested before yeah for sure

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Margarita’s Origins are also similarly

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modeled but uh the story that we kind of

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like the most here is The Crafty Cask is

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during prohibition a lot of people were

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traveling to places where alcohol wasn’t

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illegal I eat Mexico and wanting to

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order some of their

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favorite cocktails back home uh the

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daisy was something that became

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prominent in the early 20th century

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potentially in London potentially in

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Paris

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and made its way to the US before

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prohibition and then was Prohibition hit

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people wanted to drink it and we

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traveled to Mexico where maybe Brandy

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wasn’t as readily available

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um I know that Mexico has a history of

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producing Brandy but comparatively

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tequila was the spirit that you would

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see most frequently

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um good yesterday I was asking if anyone

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knows a Spanish word for Daisy so we’re

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saying the sidecar is a type of Daisy

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that’s the type of cocktail it’s going

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to wear the sidecar origin originates

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from and so I was wondering if anyone

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knows

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what the word for Daisy is I feel like I

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I know a couple of you in our attendee

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list and I know you know Spanish

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I know you know I know you know this

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um but the the word for daisy in Spanish

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is margarita

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so that’s kind of the daisy chain

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the daisy chain that we follow there are

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quite a few other stories of how the

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margarita came to be

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um and we can tell some of those later

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but this one honestly just makes the

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most sense to us that you know this was

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a very popular cocktail in the U.S and

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as people during prohibition started to

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kind of travel South of the Border to

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get their fix of booze

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um and you know the word daisy is

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Margarita and then we have a margarita

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which has tequila like it just kind of

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makes sense um so we whether it’s true

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or not we kind of like this story so

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hopefully you have a shaking vessel for

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all three of these cocktails and sours

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in general shaking is vital it’s really

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really important to be able to

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incorporate the spirit with the sugar

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particularly that this simple syrup and

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Infuse the flavors of both of those

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together with the Citrus to shake the

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heck out of it and that’s a question we

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get a lot like when do I shake versus

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when do I yeah

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um before we start shaking though it’s

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always important to prep your glassware

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before you start so we’ve got this nice

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little Coop that we’re going to be

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making our side car in

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um and while you were provided with some

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lemon juice

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using a fresh lemon

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to kind of Rim the glass as I’m doing

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here you can actually oh wait let me

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Spotlight oh your camera see well maybe

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if you tell that it’ll turn it back we

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have a cocktail cam here let’s see if um

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maybe up at the top there

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I’ll let you have to start your video

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first I’ll fix that you keep doing what

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you’re doing and I’ll fix it

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um

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rooming this with something other than

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water simple syrup or lemon juice is

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helpful

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mm-hmm

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and you can use the lemon juice that in

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your kit if you don’t have a lemon

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on hand

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and then pour that out on a plate

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and simply

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rolled around like that until you get a

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nice little rim

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um

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and one of the um so Evan was saying

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before that the sidecar comes from we’re

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going to give you this cocktail cam here

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so you can kind of see what we’re doing

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um so Evan was saying before that this

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comes from a cocktail called the crusta

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which is also a brandy or cognac based

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cocktail and the reason it was called

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crusta is because it had this sugar

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crust on it and I’m gonna go grab the

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one from the freezer I don’t know if it

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will look any different yeah you want to

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talk about that approach yeah so uh some

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cocktail recipes suggest in preparation

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for preparing this cocktail for guests

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that you actually do what I just did

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ahead of time and place it in the

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freezer and kind of allow the sugar and

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the lemon juice to almost candy and it

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doesn’t look I mean

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yeah instead of the frosting from the

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thyme in the freezer it doesn’t look all

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that different yeah but you know what I

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I’m drinking a frozen glass and I’m

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yeah that’s a nice tip especially

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especially as we start to come up on

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summer

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um Spotlight here

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um

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so as we you know come up on summer

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putting your glass in the freezer before

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you make a cocktail especially if you’re

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going to be serving it

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um not over ice is a great way to keep

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your drink cold and even if you are

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putting it over ice in the in the summer

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especially we live here in Arizona so

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it’s very warm having a cold glass and

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some ice in there will keep it cold

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longer

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um I’m also going to cut a little slice

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of lemon of the garnish just because

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yeah it’ll look pretty

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yeah you always want to get your glass

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ready and your garnish is ready before

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you start making the cocktail because

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one of the Evan’s biggest tips that you

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know he’ll probably voice over again

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because it is so important is you don’t

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want ice sitting in the cocktail shaker

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with ingredients nor do you want ice

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sitting in your drink for any amount of

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time when somebody ready to drink it

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right because the longer the ice sits

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there the more it’s going to dilute your

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drink so you really want to kind of get

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everything prepped get everything ready

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make it look pretty and then we’re ready

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to go

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all right so we’re going to start off

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with lemon juice and we are adding these

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ingredients as some of you might recall

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from previous Crafty Cask cocktail

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lessons in the order of

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least expensive to most expensive

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basically so that if you mess up

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no harm no foul you can start over

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whereas if you start with the Brandy in

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this case or the tequila in the case of

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the margarita

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you know it’s sad to be like oh you know

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I added the wrong amount here now I have

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to start from scratch so yeah you don’t

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have to pour out the news yeah that’s no

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fun we’re gonna do three quarters of an

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ounce of lemon juice

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which for those of you who are following

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along at home that’s one and a half

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tablespoons

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yeah and if you’re making both Cocktails

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so you have enough in your Cisco kit to

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make two of each cocktail and you can

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make two of each in one cocktail shaker

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we wouldn’t recommend doing more than

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two ever if you’re making cocktails for

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a group

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um so but you can make both cocktails at

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once here right yeah definitely yeah

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right mixologists more than more than

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two is not generally advised for a

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standard size Shaker yeah and we would

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you’ll notice I mean we’re only making

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one right now but you’ll notice we would

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suggest even though these are pretty

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closely measured to exactly how much you

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need from those things we always

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recommend measuring it

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um because you know whether we fill it

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up to the shoulder or a little bit past

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it or down a little like that impacts

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things and also for some of these

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ingredients there is a little extra in

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there that you don’t need so measuring

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makes you look like a pro cocktail

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making you look like you care yeah

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cocktail making is more like baking than

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cooking you do always want to measure

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and just so you know when you are using

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a [ __ ] if this is an ounce and the

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bottom part is a half an ounce an ounce

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pour is little really up to the very Rim

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there should be a small little meniscus

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of a bubble of the liquid going over

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there yeah you want it like very very

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um and then so we’ve added our lemon

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juice and our Mandarin Napoleon uh two

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ounces of about to add more Mandarin

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that’s not what we want to do and I’m

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going to put if you don’t have your Sip

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Scout report in front of you or for

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those of you who are joining us who

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aren’t SipScout members yet

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um the recipes are in the SipScout

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report right here so you can pull that

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up on your computer did we ever tell

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people

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why Cinco de Mayo is celebrated oh our

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first poll we have not done that yet

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sorry crew so yeah

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um I did end the poll and we got a 50 50

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split

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um and so Mexico’s independence from

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Spain Mexico’s independent that is what

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most people think they think it’s

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Mexico’s independence day that is

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actually not correct

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um so Mexico’s independence day was I

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think like 50 years earlier actually or

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Independence

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um so this was actually Mexican’s

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00:18:55,200 –> 00:19:00,539
victory over the French

511
00:18:57,660 –> 00:19:01,860
um and it was in the town of Puebla and

512
00:19:00,539 –> 00:19:03,900
it celebrates that anniversary where

513
00:19:01,860 –> 00:19:07,260
they defeated the French Empire in the

514
00:19:03,900 –> 00:19:09,240
Battle of Puebla in 1862.

515
00:19:07,260 –> 00:19:11,340
all right so we’ve got all of our

516
00:19:09,240 –> 00:19:14,220
ingredients added and as you can see

517
00:19:11,340 –> 00:19:18,000
when you add the ingredients without ice

518
00:19:14,220 –> 00:19:19,380
you can be chatting all the while and

519
00:19:18,000 –> 00:19:21,179
not worry about your drink getting

520
00:19:19,380 –> 00:19:22,380
diluted which is great for when you’re

521
00:19:21,179 –> 00:19:23,880
having a cocktail party because if

522
00:19:22,380 –> 00:19:25,020
you’ve ever had a cocktail party you

523
00:19:23,880 –> 00:19:26,280
know everyone’s hanging out in the

524
00:19:25,020 –> 00:19:27,840
kitchen with you you’re trying to like

525
00:19:26,280 –> 00:19:29,280
put the final touches on the hors

526
00:19:27,840 –> 00:19:31,860
d’oeuvres you’re trying to do the thing

527
00:19:29,280 –> 00:19:33,419
and your aunt is like telling you the

528
00:19:31,860 –> 00:19:35,580
biggest story and you’re trying to pay

529
00:19:33,419 –> 00:19:37,919
attention so it’s nice for that reason

530
00:19:35,580 –> 00:19:39,480
but also like we said before you always

531
00:19:37,919 –> 00:19:40,860
want this is one of the things that

532
00:19:39,480 –> 00:19:42,840
people say how come my cocktails never

533
00:19:40,860 –> 00:19:44,340
taste as good at home as they do at the

534
00:19:42,840 –> 00:19:45,780
bar honestly a lot of times because

535
00:19:44,340 –> 00:19:47,100
they’re much more diluted because most

536
00:19:45,780 –> 00:19:48,720
people when they make cocktails at home

537
00:19:47,100 –> 00:19:49,620
the first thing they do is go to the

538
00:19:48,720 –> 00:19:51,720
freezer

539
00:19:49,620 –> 00:19:53,100
and they put the ice in the thing and

540
00:19:51,720 –> 00:19:54,960
then they find the ingredients and they

541
00:19:53,100 –> 00:19:57,480
pour something in and they walk away oh

542
00:19:54,960 –> 00:19:58,679
wow it’s melting no one wants a watery

543
00:19:57,480 –> 00:20:00,240
cocktail all right so now we’ve got our

544
00:19:58,679 –> 00:20:02,820
ice and our

545
00:20:00,240 –> 00:20:05,460
ingredients mixed together here what

546
00:20:02,820 –> 00:20:07,500
you’re gonna do for shaking is I would

547
00:20:05,460 –> 00:20:09,559
recommend standing

548
00:20:07,500 –> 00:20:12,240
um engage your core

549
00:20:09,559 –> 00:20:14,400
and then when you combine the two you’re

550
00:20:12,240 –> 00:20:17,039
gonna do a rapid

551
00:20:14,400 –> 00:20:18,539
20 or so shakes really get your wrist

552
00:20:17,039 –> 00:20:20,640
into the action I’m not going to be able

553
00:20:18,539 –> 00:20:25,340
to talk about this once I start doing it

554
00:20:20,640 –> 00:20:25,340
because it’ll be loud but here we go

555
00:20:26,820 –> 00:20:31,740
and it makes me a smile

556
00:20:29,480 –> 00:20:34,220
now that’s what he’s doing your motion

557
00:20:31,740 –> 00:20:34,220
yeah

558
00:20:36,179 –> 00:20:40,080
so you’ll notice when Evan’s shaking

559
00:20:37,980 –> 00:20:42,780
he’s not just shaking straight back and

560
00:20:40,080 –> 00:20:44,280
forth right he’s he’s really using his

561
00:20:42,780 –> 00:20:47,100
wrists a little bit to kind of almost

562
00:20:44,280 –> 00:20:48,299
create like an infinity loop as he’s

563
00:20:47,100 –> 00:20:49,620
shaking

564
00:20:48,299 –> 00:20:52,140
um and there’s a real reason where

565
00:20:49,620 –> 00:20:53,640
you’re very dropsy nice little mouth

566
00:20:52,140 –> 00:20:55,320
button below us

567
00:20:53,640 –> 00:20:57,600
um and so

568
00:20:55,320 –> 00:21:00,660
the the reason he does that is you want

569
00:20:57,600 –> 00:21:02,220
to create chaos in the in the speaker if

570
00:21:00,660 –> 00:21:03,900
it’s just going back and forth that ice

571
00:21:02,220 –> 00:21:05,700
isn’t really like moving around and

572
00:21:03,900 –> 00:21:07,440
going through the liquid so you really

573
00:21:05,700 –> 00:21:09,539
want to create as much chaos in there as

574
00:21:07,440 –> 00:21:12,059
you possibly can and that is how you get

575
00:21:09,539 –> 00:21:13,559
a well-shaped them kind of you know

576
00:21:12,059 –> 00:21:15,179
drinks that really incorporates things

577
00:21:13,559 –> 00:21:17,640
but also some of the

578
00:21:15,179 –> 00:21:20,900
frothiness with the generation variation

579
00:21:17,640 –> 00:21:20,900
like that especially which is

580
00:21:21,480 –> 00:21:25,919
um become an aeration from shaking as

581
00:21:23,460 –> 00:21:28,140
well as part of the mouth feel yeah

582
00:21:25,919 –> 00:21:30,480
that’s really a big important part of

583
00:21:28,140 –> 00:21:33,539
creating Stowers as well is you want

584
00:21:30,480 –> 00:21:35,520
them to be light and Airy uh as opposed

585
00:21:33,539 –> 00:21:39,059
to something that you stir that just

586
00:21:35,520 –> 00:21:41,720
it seems a lot more dense and like heavy

587
00:21:39,059 –> 00:21:41,720
on your palette

588
00:21:43,980 –> 00:21:46,980
all right to be my guinea pig does

589
00:21:45,600 –> 00:21:48,720
everybody

590
00:21:46,980 –> 00:21:50,880
does everyone ready for their cheers

591
00:21:48,720 –> 00:21:53,299
as always time for my time for my part

592
00:21:50,880 –> 00:21:53,299
of the job

593
00:21:59,659 –> 00:22:04,380
yeah that’s delicious

594
00:22:02,880 –> 00:22:06,780
it’s interesting before we started

595
00:22:04,380 –> 00:22:08,100
teaching Margarita Evolution classes so

596
00:22:06,780 –> 00:22:09,780
we we used to do this evolution of the

597
00:22:08,100 –> 00:22:11,280
margarita Class A lot for corporate

598
00:22:09,780 –> 00:22:12,780
clients this is one of our most popular

599
00:22:11,280 –> 00:22:14,580
ones we actually have a few scheduled

600
00:22:12,780 –> 00:22:16,020
for Cinco de Mayo this year for our

601
00:22:14,580 –> 00:22:18,059
corporate clients

602
00:22:16,020 –> 00:22:19,860
um and I never had a sidecar before you

603
00:22:18,059 –> 00:22:20,820
know when we first created this box I’ve

604
00:22:19,860 –> 00:22:21,960
never I don’t even know if I’d ever

605
00:22:20,820 –> 00:22:24,059
heard of it

606
00:22:21,960 –> 00:22:25,919
um and so I really

607
00:22:24,059 –> 00:22:27,539
yeah it’s like a whiskey sour but a

608
00:22:25,919 –> 00:22:29,400
little different with that orange flavor

609
00:22:27,539 –> 00:22:32,179
in there and the sugared rib it’s really

610
00:22:29,400 –> 00:22:32,179
it’s quite lovely

611
00:22:33,419 –> 00:22:37,440
for those of you who are following along

612
00:22:36,299 –> 00:22:40,020
at home

613
00:22:37,440 –> 00:22:42,960
what do you think yeah car’s pretty good

614
00:22:40,020 –> 00:22:45,780
it’s a little on the sweet side uh which

615
00:22:42,960 –> 00:22:48,900
certainly appeals to a significant

616
00:22:45,780 –> 00:22:50,700
percentage of the population but

617
00:22:48,900 –> 00:22:54,000
I feel like when you’re in the mood for

618
00:22:50,700 –> 00:22:56,220
something sweet this is not over no

619
00:22:54,000 –> 00:22:58,200
certainly not no

620
00:22:56,220 –> 00:22:59,520
yeah it’s really quite lovely and it’s

621
00:22:58,200 –> 00:23:03,059
interesting because when you think of it

622
00:22:59,520 –> 00:23:05,039
as the you know the OG Margarita like

623
00:23:03,059 –> 00:23:06,900
where the margarita came from

624
00:23:05,039 –> 00:23:09,480
you can taste some of those similarities

625
00:23:06,900 –> 00:23:11,580
but at the same time it tastes very

626
00:23:09,480 –> 00:23:13,559
different you know like it’s not the

627
00:23:11,580 –> 00:23:15,720
refreshing summary necessarily it’s

628
00:23:13,559 –> 00:23:19,200
almost like a fall version of a

629
00:23:15,720 –> 00:23:20,760
margarita yeah which is which is lovely

630
00:23:19,200 –> 00:23:22,980
yeah throw in the chat what do you think

631
00:23:20,760 –> 00:23:25,140
have you had a sidecar before do you

632
00:23:22,980 –> 00:23:26,820
enjoy this do you like it what you know

633
00:23:25,140 –> 00:23:28,620
we’re we’re always at such a you know

634
00:23:26,820 –> 00:23:30,720
step Scout is all about helping you

635
00:23:28,620 –> 00:23:32,520
discover new drinks

636
00:23:30,720 –> 00:23:34,500
um and understand what you like and what

637
00:23:32,520 –> 00:23:36,780
you don’t like so we are never offended

638
00:23:34,500 –> 00:23:38,280
ever we are never offended if you’re

639
00:23:36,780 –> 00:23:40,679
like oh I do not like this this is not

640
00:23:38,280 –> 00:23:42,840
for me now what we will do is we’ll say

641
00:23:40,679 –> 00:23:46,260
tell us why you don’t like it tell us

642
00:23:42,840 –> 00:23:48,360
what it is about that say no right okay

643
00:23:46,260 –> 00:23:51,539
well when the reason for that is because

644
00:23:48,360 –> 00:23:52,580
you know it really helps you better

645
00:23:51,539 –> 00:23:55,080
understand

646
00:23:52,580 –> 00:23:56,580
what what you like and what you don’t

647
00:23:55,080 –> 00:23:58,679
like so just versus just saying I don’t

648
00:23:56,580 –> 00:24:00,120
like side cards if you say you know I

649
00:23:58,679 –> 00:24:01,799
don’t really like that depth of flavor

650
00:24:00,120 –> 00:24:04,020
that the Brandy’s bringing I like things

651
00:24:01,799 –> 00:24:07,320
that are brighter and more acidic and a

652
00:24:04,020 –> 00:24:09,419
little bit more you know sour that’s

653
00:24:07,320 –> 00:24:10,740
helpful for a bartender right versus you

654
00:24:09,419 –> 00:24:12,120
going up to them and saying like I don’t

655
00:24:10,740 –> 00:24:14,640
really like side cars can you make me a

656
00:24:12,120 –> 00:24:16,860
different drink that’s not as helpful so

657
00:24:14,640 –> 00:24:18,299
um so yeah what do you think yeah

658
00:24:16,860 –> 00:24:20,580
Jennifer you’re right it is a great way

659
00:24:18,299 –> 00:24:22,500
to use Brandy absolutely yeah do you

660
00:24:20,580 –> 00:24:24,059
guys feel like you have an old bottle of

661
00:24:22,500 –> 00:24:25,980
brandy that sits on your shelf for

662
00:24:24,059 –> 00:24:27,780
forever and you never know what to do

663
00:24:25,980 –> 00:24:29,039
with it this is a this is a perfect

664
00:24:27,780 –> 00:24:30,240
option what are some other things you

665
00:24:29,039 –> 00:24:31,580
can do with Brandy what is mother of

666
00:24:30,240 –> 00:24:33,780
course

667
00:24:31,580 –> 00:24:34,919
Survivor number two tell them that’s a

668
00:24:33,780 –> 00:24:37,679
great one

669
00:24:34,919 –> 00:24:39,960
um that’s a mixture of brandy or Cognac

670
00:24:37,679 –> 00:24:42,740
and Rye

671
00:24:39,960 –> 00:24:45,240
um lemon juice simple syrup and absence

672
00:24:42,740 –> 00:24:47,700
ah yeah so that’s also that’s another

673
00:24:45,240 –> 00:24:49,980
hence the Reviving of the corpse the

674
00:24:47,700 –> 00:24:54,539
absence kind of just was like all right

675
00:24:49,980 –> 00:24:56,159
zombie back to life yeah yeah it is um

676
00:24:54,539 –> 00:24:57,780
absent is maybe one of those other

677
00:24:56,159 –> 00:24:59,520
bottles that you know you get a bottle

678
00:24:57,780 –> 00:25:01,559
of absent at one point it sits in your

679
00:24:59,520 –> 00:25:03,120
bar for a very long time and so corpse

680
00:25:01,559 –> 00:25:05,880
Survivor death in the afternoon those

681
00:25:03,120 –> 00:25:07,799
are those of things yeah Bob thanks Paul

682
00:25:05,880 –> 00:25:10,679
Margarita yeah I feel like it is like

683
00:25:07,799 –> 00:25:12,360
that’s also so another fun twist

684
00:25:10,679 –> 00:25:14,760
um the opposite direction has anyone

685
00:25:12,360 –> 00:25:16,440
ever heard of or made an oahawkin old

686
00:25:14,760 –> 00:25:19,200
fashioned

687
00:25:16,440 –> 00:25:21,240
so old Fashions are typically kind of

688
00:25:19,200 –> 00:25:23,760
fall wintery drinks right whiskey

689
00:25:21,240 –> 00:25:25,860
bitters sugar and we really love in the

690
00:25:23,760 –> 00:25:29,580
summer to make a walk in old fashioned

691
00:25:25,860 –> 00:25:32,580
which substitutes Mezcal for the whiskey

692
00:25:29,580 –> 00:25:35,039
and it also substitutes um

693
00:25:32,580 –> 00:25:38,340
I guess we put a slice of a slice of

694
00:25:35,039 –> 00:25:40,320
grapefruit in it instead of orange and

695
00:25:38,340 –> 00:25:42,120
it’s like a light bright kind of

696
00:25:40,320 –> 00:25:45,120
old-fashioned for the summer and if

697
00:25:42,120 –> 00:25:46,919
Mezcal is not totally your game you can

698
00:25:45,120 –> 00:25:49,380
do a little mixture of tequila and

699
00:25:46,919 –> 00:25:51,120
Moscow as a way to lighten that

700
00:25:49,380 –> 00:25:53,640
smokiness that sometimes is off-putting

701
00:25:51,120 –> 00:25:56,820
you probably could just do a tequila you

702
00:25:53,640 –> 00:25:58,620
know old-fashioned as well so

703
00:25:56,820 –> 00:26:01,760
all right our next question here went to

704
00:25:58,620 –> 00:26:01,760
the sidecar invented

705
00:26:01,799 –> 00:26:05,760
when we were talking where where no

706
00:26:03,779 –> 00:26:07,919
where I’m sorry where oh yeah

707
00:26:05,760 –> 00:26:09,779
and so we have a split between London

708
00:26:07,919 –> 00:26:11,039
and New Orleans New Orleans is a great

709
00:26:09,779 –> 00:26:13,200
guess because the cocktail we were

710
00:26:11,039 –> 00:26:15,260
talking about previously the crusta the

711
00:26:13,200 –> 00:26:19,580
crusta was invented in New Orleans um

712
00:26:15,260 –> 00:26:22,320
other Brandy tacos like uh

713
00:26:19,580 –> 00:26:24,360
yeah Brandy in New Orleans do kind of go

714
00:26:22,320 –> 00:26:25,320
hand in hand so much influence there I’m

715
00:26:24,360 –> 00:26:26,880
sure it played a big role that was

716
00:26:25,320 –> 00:26:28,799
coming yeah absolutely but it was

717
00:26:26,880 –> 00:26:32,220
actually London it was invested in

718
00:26:28,799 –> 00:26:33,900
London and it was a bartender who um I

719
00:26:32,220 –> 00:26:35,520
believe it’s been World War II is that

720
00:26:33,900 –> 00:26:37,080
what we read World War One World War one

721
00:26:35,520 –> 00:26:38,520
it was a World War one that was about

722
00:26:37,080 –> 00:26:41,340
long ago huh

723
00:26:38,520 –> 00:26:43,620
um and so a bartender in London there

724
00:26:41,340 –> 00:26:46,799
was a U.S army Sergeant who would come

725
00:26:43,620 –> 00:26:49,260
to his bar a lot and he created a string

726
00:26:46,799 –> 00:26:51,179
for him apparently and he always rode up

727
00:26:49,260 –> 00:26:53,100
to the bar in the sidecar of the

728
00:26:51,179 –> 00:26:54,419
motorcycle that was his transport so

729
00:26:53,100 –> 00:26:56,100
it’s probably you know since he was a

730
00:26:54,419 –> 00:26:57,240
little higher up in the in the chain he

731
00:26:56,100 –> 00:26:58,799
didn’t have to drive himself yeah

732
00:26:57,240 –> 00:27:00,419
exactly he had maybe he wasn’t a

733
00:26:58,799 –> 00:27:02,039
sergeant maybe he was even higher

734
00:27:00,419 –> 00:27:03,779
um but yeah so that’s where the name

735
00:27:02,039 –> 00:27:05,460
comes from is the guy that this was

736
00:27:03,779 –> 00:27:07,679
invented for got ridden around in a

737
00:27:05,460 –> 00:27:10,020
sidecar motorcycle and this was born

738
00:27:07,679 –> 00:27:11,880
it’s funny my time behind the bar I

739
00:27:10,020 –> 00:27:13,679
rarely remembered people’s names I

740
00:27:11,880 –> 00:27:16,799
remembered what they drank or like what

741
00:27:13,679 –> 00:27:18,000
they wore or what they drove uh that was

742
00:27:16,799 –> 00:27:19,679
just kind of how

743
00:27:18,000 –> 00:27:22,679
you would reference someone you would

744
00:27:19,679 –> 00:27:24,539
know them like hey Jeep dudes here Jeep

745
00:27:22,679 –> 00:27:26,960
dudes here again man deep dude gets so

746
00:27:24,539 –> 00:27:26,960
out of hand

747
00:27:27,480 –> 00:27:31,559
that’s great

748
00:27:29,159 –> 00:27:33,179
yeah this I really like the sidecar it’s

749
00:27:31,559 –> 00:27:36,620
a nice it’s a nice

750
00:27:33,179 –> 00:27:36,620
I feel like it’s a nice pre-dinner drink

751
00:27:36,779 –> 00:27:42,299
after dinner too

752
00:27:38,880 –> 00:27:45,020
good for days that end is why

753
00:27:42,299 –> 00:27:45,020
mm-hmm

754
00:27:47,760 –> 00:27:53,520
so yes

755
00:27:50,580 –> 00:27:56,700
the direction that we go in with

756
00:27:53,520 –> 00:27:59,279
prohibition and kind of the discovery

757
00:27:56,700 –> 00:28:01,620
for many people probably of tequila in

758
00:27:59,279 –> 00:28:03,299
Mexico as they were seeking Libations

759
00:28:01,620 –> 00:28:07,559
abroad

760
00:28:03,299 –> 00:28:10,320
um and landing at the margarita is

761
00:28:07,559 –> 00:28:14,700
probably one of the most contentious

762
00:28:10,320 –> 00:28:16,440
origin stories in the alcohol World

763
00:28:14,700 –> 00:28:18,419
um

764
00:28:16,440 –> 00:28:22,200
I feel like

765
00:28:18,419 –> 00:28:24,480
offhand I can think of maybe

766
00:28:22,200 –> 00:28:26,100
different origin stories and instead of

767
00:28:24,480 –> 00:28:27,480
Margarita and I don’t specifically yeah

768
00:28:26,100 –> 00:28:29,760
and I don’t know how many there are

769
00:28:27,480 –> 00:28:32,520
there’s probably far more

770
00:28:29,760 –> 00:28:33,559
um stories of them being made by

771
00:28:32,520 –> 00:28:37,679
somebody

772
00:28:33,559 –> 00:28:41,400
uh for a girl named Peggy and Peggy is

773
00:28:37,679 –> 00:28:43,440
Marguerite short for Marguerite and then

774
00:28:41,400 –> 00:28:46,020
it became the margarita or someone who’s

775
00:28:43,440 –> 00:28:48,480
already named Marguerite

776
00:28:46,020 –> 00:28:49,980
makes it for her friends and then her

777
00:28:48,480 –> 00:28:52,440
friends name it after her because they

778
00:28:49,980 –> 00:28:53,940
love it yeah um and then Tommy Hilfiger

779
00:28:52,440 –> 00:28:56,279
is there all right I’m sorry no Tommy

780
00:28:53,940 –> 00:28:58,440
Hilton Tommy Hilton is there and he

781
00:28:56,279 –> 00:29:00,720
introduces the margarita to the Hilton

782
00:28:58,440 –> 00:29:02,580
hotel brand

783
00:29:00,720 –> 00:29:05,100
um yeah there’s a lot of stories for

784
00:29:02,580 –> 00:29:07,440
where it is everyone wants to claim

785
00:29:05,100 –> 00:29:10,159
claim responsibility for inventing the

786
00:29:07,440 –> 00:29:13,799
margarita most of them Focus around

787
00:29:10,159 –> 00:29:15,600
Ensenada Rosarito Beach

788
00:29:13,799 –> 00:29:18,559
um right across the border kind of

789
00:29:15,600 –> 00:29:21,960
that’s the one right across the border

790
00:29:18,559 –> 00:29:25,279
Tijuana thank you

791
00:29:21,960 –> 00:29:27,659
um the story of Margarita is

792
00:29:25,279 –> 00:29:29,820
introducing it to Tommy Hilton was in

793
00:29:27,659 –> 00:29:31,940
Acapulco

794
00:29:29,820 –> 00:29:31,940
um

795
00:29:32,159 –> 00:29:35,520
and I might have just given away a quiz

796
00:29:34,140 –> 00:29:38,039
questions

797
00:29:35,520 –> 00:29:39,240
it might not be the right answer but you

798
00:29:38,039 –> 00:29:40,380
never know

799
00:29:39,240 –> 00:29:43,020
yeah

800
00:29:40,380 –> 00:29:45,000
uh oh that’s a good one the first Cinco

801
00:29:43,020 –> 00:29:47,039
de Mayo celebration

802
00:29:45,000 –> 00:29:48,720
yeah we have a little a little question

803
00:29:47,039 –> 00:29:49,679
up for that but in the meanwhile a

804
00:29:48,720 –> 00:29:50,220
Kristen

805
00:29:49,679 –> 00:29:51,659
um

806
00:29:50,220 –> 00:29:53,700
was mentioning that this is delicious

807
00:29:51,659 –> 00:29:57,539
good we’re glad you like it and I agree

808
00:29:53,700 –> 00:29:58,919
this this that Brandy does have notes of

809
00:29:57,539 –> 00:30:01,799
dates

810
00:29:58,919 –> 00:30:03,840
um and this Brandy is really it’s

811
00:30:01,799 –> 00:30:05,279
beautifully made and a lot of people are

812
00:30:03,840 –> 00:30:06,720
afraid of Brandy

813
00:30:05,279 –> 00:30:07,860
um you know because like we were talking

814
00:30:06,720 –> 00:30:10,559
about before they don’t know what to do

815
00:30:07,860 –> 00:30:13,320
with it but if you like whiskey brandy

816
00:30:10,559 –> 00:30:14,820
is a very close cousin and it has a

817
00:30:13,320 –> 00:30:16,500
little bit of extra sweetness to it

818
00:30:14,820 –> 00:30:17,640
because it’s made you know the way it’s

819
00:30:16,500 –> 00:30:20,159
made

820
00:30:17,640 –> 00:30:22,460
um and is this a this one is from Spain

821
00:30:20,159 –> 00:30:22,460
yeah

822
00:30:22,799 –> 00:30:28,559
um Grand Reserva and it’s a Solara style

823
00:30:25,260 –> 00:30:29,159
Brandy which essentially means that

824
00:30:28,559 –> 00:30:32,899
um

825
00:30:29,159 –> 00:30:36,799
each Brandy bottling that they make at

826
00:30:32,899 –> 00:30:40,559
Cardinal uh is a kind of a

827
00:30:36,799 –> 00:30:44,720
conglomeration of multiple years

828
00:30:40,559 –> 00:30:44,720
basically you can Envision like

829
00:30:48,860 –> 00:30:54,720
so it’s like a you know one on top two

830
00:30:52,080 –> 00:30:58,080
below three below four below and so it

831
00:30:54,720 –> 00:31:01,320
kind of but it’s barrels and the very

832
00:30:58,080 –> 00:31:03,179
bottom Barrel has the oldest stuff in

833
00:31:01,320 –> 00:31:05,159
them but basically they drain a little

834
00:31:03,179 –> 00:31:07,500
bit out from each layer and then top off

835
00:31:05,159 –> 00:31:09,059
from the top and so over time and

836
00:31:07,500 –> 00:31:10,559
they’re not ever completely draining

837
00:31:09,059 –> 00:31:12,419
they’re always it’s almost like the

838
00:31:10,559 –> 00:31:13,919
mother when you’re kind of making you

839
00:31:12,419 –> 00:31:16,260
know starter breads or things of that

840
00:31:13,919 –> 00:31:18,480
nature and so they’re always continuing

841
00:31:16,260 –> 00:31:20,220
to add new stuff to the top barrel and

842
00:31:18,480 –> 00:31:22,980
then as they pull some out of the bottom

843
00:31:20,220 –> 00:31:24,299
to bottle to bottle and sell they a

844
00:31:22,980 –> 00:31:25,679
little bit more gets added to the next

845
00:31:24,299 –> 00:31:29,159
layer a little bit and so it ends up

846
00:31:25,679 –> 00:31:31,140
being a blend of different aged years of

847
00:31:29,159 –> 00:31:33,179
different you know age statements

848
00:31:31,140 –> 00:31:35,580
essentially and so I think that’s

849
00:31:33,179 –> 00:31:38,100
probably where that date characteristic

850
00:31:35,580 –> 00:31:40,140
I feel like is maybe some of that the

851
00:31:38,100 –> 00:31:43,020
notes coming from the more the older

852
00:31:40,140 –> 00:31:45,179
more aged brandies that start to kind of

853
00:31:43,020 –> 00:31:46,799
crystallize almost and get that like

854
00:31:45,179 –> 00:31:49,740
kind of more

855
00:31:46,799 –> 00:31:53,399
um I mean just color wise yeah if you

856
00:31:49,740 –> 00:31:55,380
take a look at this the Brandy is quite

857
00:31:53,399 –> 00:31:58,340
a comparison you know there’s a lot of

858
00:31:55,380 –> 00:32:02,840
depth of color to it uh you don’t see

859
00:31:58,340 –> 00:32:05,880
this color of of Brandy

860
00:32:02,840 –> 00:32:08,640
very often terribly frequently and now

861
00:32:05,880 –> 00:32:10,440
this isn’t this is Apple Brandy but this

862
00:32:08,640 –> 00:32:12,480
is two years in Barrel so that’s the

863
00:32:10,440 –> 00:32:14,340
amount of color that and so look at them

864
00:32:12,480 –> 00:32:15,659
side by side Randy would have after two

865
00:32:14,340 –> 00:32:17,159
years

866
00:32:15,659 –> 00:32:19,020
um and keeping in mind that the

867
00:32:17,159 –> 00:32:20,399
disability is clear in either case

868
00:32:19,020 –> 00:32:22,980
whether it’s Apple brandy or great

869
00:32:20,399 –> 00:32:25,620
Brandy uh so the amount of color that

870
00:32:22,980 –> 00:32:27,539
you get in two years is indicated by

871
00:32:25,620 –> 00:32:29,039
this one but you can see a lot more

872
00:32:27,539 –> 00:32:31,260
color there simply because of the amount

873
00:32:29,039 –> 00:32:34,200
of time so over the years the taste

874
00:32:31,260 –> 00:32:36,960
profile changes but also with the amount

875
00:32:34,200 –> 00:32:37,679
of time that it spends in Oak

876
00:32:36,960 –> 00:32:40,440
um

877
00:32:37,679 –> 00:32:42,659
the

878
00:32:40,440 –> 00:32:44,880
flavors and the colors that that are

879
00:32:42,659 –> 00:32:46,740
pulled from the oak barrel uh will

880
00:32:44,880 –> 00:32:49,620
continue to be leached out of there for

881
00:32:46,740 –> 00:32:52,020
every passing day month year

882
00:32:49,620 –> 00:32:54,179
um and then it will continue to evolve

883
00:32:52,020 –> 00:32:56,159
of course uh once it’s been put into

884
00:32:54,179 –> 00:32:57,779
bottles although maybe not to as green

885
00:32:56,159 –> 00:33:02,159
of a degree

886
00:32:57,779 –> 00:33:04,919
um we got a really great uh speaking of

887
00:33:02,159 –> 00:33:07,380
Brandy example of this coming up next

888
00:33:04,919 –> 00:33:09,779
month in two capacities

889
00:33:07,380 –> 00:33:12,360
um one with the tequila that’s been in

890
00:33:09,779 –> 00:33:15,260
Bottle since 2009

891
00:33:12,360 –> 00:33:15,260
uh

892
00:33:19,140 –> 00:33:24,539
um and then a Brandy that’s been in

893
00:33:21,360 –> 00:33:28,679
bottles since 1983. I’m sorry was

894
00:33:24,539 –> 00:33:33,120
distilled in 1983 was in barrels for 27

895
00:33:28,679 –> 00:33:36,419
years and it was just bottled in 2010.

896
00:33:33,120 –> 00:33:38,340
so still has bottle age as well but lots

897
00:33:36,419 –> 00:33:39,720
of barrel wage yeah so we’ll do a little

898
00:33:38,340 –> 00:33:42,179
PSA while we’re talking about this and

899
00:33:39,720 –> 00:33:46,320
finishing up our sidecar here so next

900
00:33:42,179 –> 00:33:48,000
month the Scout kit is very exciting I’m

901
00:33:46,320 –> 00:33:49,620
honestly I mean I’m always excited I’m

902
00:33:48,000 –> 00:33:53,419
excited about all of our kids I have no

903
00:33:49,620 –> 00:33:55,679
favorite children but I do have I do

904
00:33:53,419 –> 00:33:58,559
and and if I had to name a favorite

905
00:33:55,679 –> 00:33:59,760
child it would probably be Charvet so

906
00:33:58,559 –> 00:34:01,320
these are

907
00:33:59,760 –> 00:34:03,000
this is what you’re going to get in your

908
00:34:01,320 –> 00:34:04,500
kit necklace and you can see how low

909
00:34:03,000 –> 00:34:06,960
these bottles are

910
00:34:04,500 –> 00:34:09,119
it’s because we really like them this

911
00:34:06,960 –> 00:34:10,679
one’s not low because it’s not open yet

912
00:34:09,119 –> 00:34:13,040
well there’s a second one that was

913
00:34:10,679 –> 00:34:15,540
opened and it’s on but a Secret Series

914
00:34:13,040 –> 00:34:17,159
but so this is everything that’s going

915
00:34:15,540 –> 00:34:18,480
to be in your kit next month plus two

916
00:34:17,159 –> 00:34:22,139
little gun cameras so Chardonnay

917
00:34:18,480 –> 00:34:23,879
Distillery a full disclosure is one of

918
00:34:22,139 –> 00:34:25,080
our oldest clients they’ve supported The

919
00:34:23,879 –> 00:34:27,419
Crafty Cask and we have supported them

920
00:34:25,080 –> 00:34:29,940
for a very long time but this has been

921
00:34:27,419 –> 00:34:32,639
my favorite whiskey for years and I have

922
00:34:29,940 –> 00:34:34,800
been challenging people for years to say

923
00:34:32,639 –> 00:34:36,060
find me another whiskey that replaces

924
00:34:34,800 –> 00:34:37,200
this in my decanter that I like better

925
00:34:36,060 –> 00:34:39,060
than this and I haven’t been able to

926
00:34:37,200 –> 00:34:40,919
find it yet but they’re celebrating

927
00:34:39,060 –> 00:34:43,379
their 40th anniversary and they actually

928
00:34:40,919 –> 00:34:45,839
have 13 generations of distilling going

929
00:34:43,379 –> 00:34:48,960
all the way back to Yugoslavia

930
00:34:45,839 –> 00:34:50,220
um Serbia and they have been distilling

931
00:34:48,960 –> 00:34:53,040
forever they know what they’re doing

932
00:34:50,220 –> 00:34:57,119
they were the first people to do truly

933
00:34:53,040 –> 00:34:59,520
real cold fruit flavored vodka extracted

934
00:34:57,119 –> 00:35:01,200
flavors most flavor vodkas on the market

935
00:34:59,520 –> 00:35:03,180
are artificially delicious and kind of

936
00:35:01,200 –> 00:35:05,400
use it they they use coal Meyer Linens

937
00:35:03,180 –> 00:35:06,540
they’re extracting green tea for 120

938
00:35:05,400 –> 00:35:08,280
days

939
00:35:06,540 –> 00:35:10,440
um and then like Evan said these two

940
00:35:08,280 –> 00:35:12,660
bottles so this bottle this hasn’t been

941
00:35:10,440 –> 00:35:15,119
on sale anywhere for over a decade they

942
00:35:12,660 –> 00:35:17,099
made this once once and also it’s very

943
00:35:15,119 –> 00:35:19,560
rare for an American distiller to

944
00:35:17,099 –> 00:35:21,839
actually go down to Mexico partner with

945
00:35:19,560 –> 00:35:23,760
a Mexican distiller and make their own

946
00:35:21,839 –> 00:35:24,660
tequila down there to import back in the

947
00:35:23,760 –> 00:35:26,040
United States because that’s the only

948
00:35:24,660 –> 00:35:27,780
way it can be called Tequilas if it’s

949
00:35:26,040 –> 00:35:29,220
made in Mexico and so they this is

950
00:35:27,780 –> 00:35:31,859
actually a tequila it’s not an Agave

951
00:35:29,220 –> 00:35:35,099
Spirit it has actually and so Marco made

952
00:35:31,859 –> 00:35:36,839
this and you know 10 years it’s been out

953
00:35:35,099 –> 00:35:39,000
of stock he opened up his private

954
00:35:36,839 –> 00:35:40,980
reserve like under his bed or in his

955
00:35:39,000 –> 00:35:43,320
closet where he still has bottles of

956
00:35:40,980 –> 00:35:44,880
this and sent them to us so we can

957
00:35:43,320 –> 00:35:48,359
package them and send them to you in

958
00:35:44,880 –> 00:35:50,940
your SipScout kit and incredible Jade

959
00:35:48,359 –> 00:35:52,920
answer your question this is going to be

960
00:35:50,940 –> 00:35:56,520
a more this is going to be a much

961
00:35:52,920 –> 00:35:58,980
clearer example of what happens to a

962
00:35:56,520 –> 00:36:00,540
spirit as it ages in the bottle now this

963
00:35:58,980 –> 00:36:02,520
one is a little bit harder to discern

964
00:36:00,540 –> 00:36:05,400
because it was aged for so long in

965
00:36:02,520 –> 00:36:08,220
barrels 27 years then Aging in the

966
00:36:05,400 –> 00:36:10,680
bottle but since this is an unadultered

967
00:36:08,220 –> 00:36:13,400
unaged Spirit

968
00:36:10,680 –> 00:36:19,280
um at least with respect to Barrel aging

969
00:36:13,400 –> 00:36:22,020
2009 to 2013 this has been in the bottle

970
00:36:19,280 –> 00:36:26,040
mellowing becoming more integrated

971
00:36:22,020 –> 00:36:29,700
becoming smoother and I feel that while

972
00:36:26,040 –> 00:36:32,400
it isn’t demonstrative it does change

973
00:36:29,700 –> 00:36:34,260
the the qualities of a spirit with time

974
00:36:32,400 –> 00:36:36,720
it just takes a lot of time

975
00:36:34,260 –> 00:36:40,619
comparatively I’ve had the opportunity

976
00:36:36,720 –> 00:36:44,400
to try Bacardi white rum from the early

977
00:36:40,619 –> 00:36:45,839
1970s when Ron Bacardi was still making

978
00:36:44,400 –> 00:36:46,619
it

979
00:36:45,839 –> 00:36:48,839
um

980
00:36:46,619 –> 00:36:53,760
if this was maybe like seven or eight

981
00:36:48,839 –> 00:36:57,180
years ago and it’s incredible how how

982
00:36:53,760 –> 00:36:58,980
like how much finesse and refinement a

983
00:36:57,180 –> 00:37:00,420
spirit like that has even though it’s a

984
00:36:58,980 –> 00:37:02,220
white Spirit

985
00:37:00,420 –> 00:37:03,300
um you’ll get to try it next month yeah

986
00:37:02,220 –> 00:37:05,339
you’re gonna you’re gonna love this

987
00:37:03,300 –> 00:37:06,780
you’re very we digress let’s talk more

988
00:37:05,339 –> 00:37:08,040
about tequila because now we’re on to

989
00:37:06,780 –> 00:37:10,260
the margarita yeah

990
00:37:08,040 –> 00:37:11,820
but next month’s kit is a super exciting

991
00:37:10,260 –> 00:37:13,500
one so for those of you who are not Sip

992
00:37:11,820 –> 00:37:15,599
Scout numbers yet if you’re thinking

993
00:37:13,500 –> 00:37:17,040
about joining join before May 1st

994
00:37:15,599 –> 00:37:18,480
because that’s how you get this kit yeah

995
00:37:17,040 –> 00:37:20,460
and if you know anyone like they’re like

996
00:37:18,480 –> 00:37:21,540
spirits

997
00:37:20,460 –> 00:37:24,500
um

998
00:37:21,540 –> 00:37:24,500
next up

999
00:37:24,740 –> 00:37:29,400
Margarita

1000
00:37:26,300 –> 00:37:31,980
so this is what all the fuss is about

1001
00:37:29,400 –> 00:37:35,820
with good reason this is what everybody

1002
00:37:31,980 –> 00:37:38,940
wanted to claim to fame to from uh

1003
00:37:35,820 –> 00:37:41,880
Tijuana to Rosarito Beach to Ensenada to

1004
00:37:38,940 –> 00:37:44,480
Puerto Vallarta to Acapulco

1005
00:37:41,880 –> 00:37:48,119
um maybe all the way around to Cancun

1006
00:37:44,480 –> 00:37:51,960
somebody somewhere believes that they

1007
00:37:48,119 –> 00:37:53,160
did it first nobody knows we’re all

1008
00:37:51,960 –> 00:37:54,839
drinking Margarita and they’re probably

1009
00:37:53,160 –> 00:37:56,820
yeah exactly

1010
00:37:54,839 –> 00:37:58,200
and while we get ready to make our

1011
00:37:56,820 –> 00:38:00,359
Margarita the first Cinco de Mayo

1012
00:37:58,200 –> 00:38:03,300
celebration was held

1013
00:38:00,359 –> 00:38:04,800
in California California it was in

1014
00:38:03,300 –> 00:38:07,260
California it was actually the year

1015
00:38:04,800 –> 00:38:10,440
after so 1862 was when the Battle of

1016
00:38:07,260 –> 00:38:12,000
Pueblo um and in 1863 the first

1017
00:38:10,440 –> 00:38:13,740
um celebration was actually in

1018
00:38:12,000 –> 00:38:16,140
California and part of that was because

1019
00:38:13,740 –> 00:38:17,820
the U.S was sending you know guns and

1020
00:38:16,140 –> 00:38:19,680
ammunition down to Mexico to help them

1021
00:38:17,820 –> 00:38:22,380
fight that doesn’t sound like something

1022
00:38:19,680 –> 00:38:23,880
that we would do and so you know they

1023
00:38:22,380 –> 00:38:26,160
celebrated in California but it didn’t

1024
00:38:23,880 –> 00:38:28,619
really take off um until like the 40s

1025
00:38:26,160 –> 00:38:30,119
really the 1940s is when it really

1026
00:38:28,619 –> 00:38:31,800
started to take off and that was my

1027
00:38:30,119 –> 00:38:34,020
primarily Cinco de Mayo start to take

1028
00:38:31,800 –> 00:38:35,760
off because there was a lot more Mexican

1029
00:38:34,020 –> 00:38:37,380
immigration and the Mexican immigrants

1030
00:38:35,760 –> 00:38:38,700
here and you know people wanted to

1031
00:38:37,380 –> 00:38:40,079
celebrate their culture they wanted to

1032
00:38:38,700 –> 00:38:41,700
and so they kind of it started to kind

1033
00:38:40,079 –> 00:38:45,140
of pick up some steam and really become

1034
00:38:41,700 –> 00:38:45,140
a holiday celebration

1035
00:38:46,079 –> 00:38:49,560
yes Bob you’re right why is the

1036
00:38:47,940 –> 00:38:51,900
margarita the favorite because it’s the

1037
00:38:49,560 –> 00:38:54,480
best it’s delicious it’s an easy winner

1038
00:38:51,900 –> 00:38:57,839
simple easy so what are we doing again

1039
00:38:54,480 –> 00:38:59,339
first we’re preparing our glassware and

1040
00:38:57,839 –> 00:39:01,320
if you don’t have a fresh line no

1041
00:38:59,339 –> 00:39:03,480
worries this is just added we like to

1042
00:39:01,320 –> 00:39:05,339
always show you the added bonus we would

1043
00:39:03,480 –> 00:39:06,599
love to send you fresh Citrus in your

1044
00:39:05,339 –> 00:39:07,920
honestly we would love to send you fresh

1045
00:39:06,599 –> 00:39:09,240
Citrus instead of just sending you the

1046
00:39:07,920 –> 00:39:11,160
little vials of lemon juice and lime

1047
00:39:09,240 –> 00:39:13,020
juice it’s just it’s hard to keep them

1048
00:39:11,160 –> 00:39:15,359
because it is mo better and if you have

1049
00:39:13,020 –> 00:39:17,579
the Superfluous amounts of citrus laying

1050
00:39:15,359 –> 00:39:21,140
around at home make these cocktails with

1051
00:39:17,579 –> 00:39:21,140
it yeah you deserve it

1052
00:39:22,079 –> 00:39:25,740
but you can see again Evan’s [ __ ] the

1053
00:39:24,060 –> 00:39:27,420
cocktail you can do this with a little

1054
00:39:25,740 –> 00:39:29,940
paper towel and a lime juice that’s in

1055
00:39:27,420 –> 00:39:31,680
your your kit or a little even a little

1056
00:39:29,940 –> 00:39:33,720
water you can technically do it I think

1057
00:39:31,680 –> 00:39:35,400
the stickiness of the Citrus helps a

1058
00:39:33,720 –> 00:39:37,500
little more so than water though

1059
00:39:35,400 –> 00:39:38,700
agreed

1060
00:39:37,500 –> 00:39:42,079
and it gives it a little bit of that

1061
00:39:38,700 –> 00:39:42,079
lemony lime flavor too

1062
00:39:45,540 –> 00:39:49,920
I’m going to make a little

1063
00:39:47,040 –> 00:39:52,500
Citrus wheel for this one

1064
00:39:49,920 –> 00:39:55,380
ta-da

1065
00:39:52,500 –> 00:39:56,820
um and then we’re gonna beautiful mix up

1066
00:39:55,380 –> 00:39:59,579
our drink and we have a full question

1067
00:39:56,820 –> 00:40:02,160
related to what Evan just did so why do

1068
00:39:59,579 –> 00:40:03,720
we put salt on a margarita well how big

1069
00:40:02,160 –> 00:40:05,220
are these

1070
00:40:03,720 –> 00:40:06,960
I don’t really like that wheel I’m gonna

1071
00:40:05,220 –> 00:40:08,780
make another one

1072
00:40:06,960 –> 00:40:11,000
oh

1073
00:40:08,780 –> 00:40:12,960
perfectionist

1074
00:40:11,000 –> 00:40:14,400
a little bit and it’s also a little

1075
00:40:12,960 –> 00:40:17,900
thicker on one side thinner on the other

1076
00:40:14,400 –> 00:40:17,900
I’m sure that loves you too you know

1077
00:40:19,020 –> 00:40:22,859
you eat with your eyes first you drink

1078
00:40:21,180 –> 00:40:24,900
with your eyes burst all right you have

1079
00:40:22,859 –> 00:40:25,980
to move better that’s often another you

1080
00:40:24,900 –> 00:40:26,940
know when people ask us how come my

1081
00:40:25,980 –> 00:40:29,160
cocktails at home whatever it tastes

1082
00:40:26,940 –> 00:40:30,720
like the ones that at bars a lot of it

1083
00:40:29,160 –> 00:40:33,540
is because we don’t take the time and

1084
00:40:30,720 –> 00:40:35,520
energy to do this right to actually kind

1085
00:40:33,540 –> 00:40:36,960
of set up your garnishes and do

1086
00:40:35,520 –> 00:40:39,180
everything you need to kind of do there

1087
00:40:36,960 –> 00:40:43,099
now why your cocktail cam keeps turning

1088
00:40:39,180 –> 00:40:43,099
off but it’s not my favorite thing

1089
00:40:43,200 –> 00:40:46,579
I’m gonna turn it back on

1090
00:40:47,520 –> 00:40:52,920
so

1091
00:40:48,900 –> 00:40:57,500
this margarita recipe is

1092
00:40:52,920 –> 00:41:00,420
um kind of my standard those times and

1093
00:40:57,500 –> 00:41:02,579
instances where my emotions cause me to

1094
00:41:00,420 –> 00:41:03,420
change it

1095
00:41:02,579 –> 00:41:06,000
um

1096
00:41:03,420 –> 00:41:09,060
but for the most part

1097
00:41:06,000 –> 00:41:11,880
I feel like this is the best

1098
00:41:09,060 –> 00:41:14,579
um there’s a story I often relate to

1099
00:41:11,880 –> 00:41:17,400
people about my growing up here in

1100
00:41:14,579 –> 00:41:20,099
Arizona and the time I spent you know as

1101
00:41:17,400 –> 00:41:23,119
a bartender in my 20s

1102
00:41:20,099 –> 00:41:25,740
um and before that as a teenager

1103
00:41:23,119 –> 00:41:28,020
visiting Mexico and you know

1104
00:41:25,740 –> 00:41:30,900
experiencing Mexican food with family

1105
00:41:28,020 –> 00:41:33,980
and friends and there are two things

1106
00:41:30,900 –> 00:41:38,280
that I feel like you are kind of judged

1107
00:41:33,980 –> 00:41:42,060
on as a as an arizonan and it is your

1108
00:41:38,280 –> 00:41:43,200
homemade salsa and your Margarita now

1109
00:41:42,060 –> 00:41:46,489
your guacamole

1110
00:41:43,200 –> 00:41:46,489
[Music]

1111
00:41:46,700 –> 00:41:51,720
salsa Margarita those are the things

1112
00:41:49,680 –> 00:41:55,020
that are standard guacamole is a nice

1113
00:41:51,720 –> 00:41:57,540
you know nice to have yeah but

1114
00:41:55,020 –> 00:41:59,160
Salsa’s always there

1115
00:41:57,540 –> 00:42:00,720
um I feel like you just don’t make salta

1116
00:41:59,160 –> 00:42:02,520
if you live in Arizona because there’s

1117
00:42:00,720 –> 00:42:04,500
so many good Salsas why do we make your

1118
00:42:02,520 –> 00:42:06,960
time that’s here I’m like I’m not gonna

1119
00:42:04,500 –> 00:42:09,720
make it better than them

1120
00:42:06,960 –> 00:42:11,880
um so this recipe is a little different

1121
00:42:09,720 –> 00:42:14,579
than Maybe

1122
00:42:11,880 –> 00:42:17,520
a lot of traditional margarita recipes

1123
00:42:14,579 –> 00:42:20,460
because of the inclusion of lemon juice

1124
00:42:17,520 –> 00:42:22,800
and I feel like a secret I guess yeah I

1125
00:42:20,460 –> 00:42:25,140
feel like the lemon juice inclusion just

1126
00:42:22,800 –> 00:42:27,660
adds a little bit of another layer to it

1127
00:42:25,140 –> 00:42:29,160
I also use orange juice when making my

1128
00:42:27,660 –> 00:42:31,980
guacamole

1129
00:42:29,160 –> 00:42:33,240
um again layers that sweetness is

1130
00:42:31,980 –> 00:42:36,300
something that

1131
00:42:33,240 –> 00:42:38,280
otherwise you don’t really have in a you

1132
00:42:36,300 –> 00:42:39,960
know a traditional margarita so we’re

1133
00:42:38,280 –> 00:42:43,200
gonna start with lime juice I’m going to

1134
00:42:39,960 –> 00:42:44,400
use a half an ounce of lime juice oh I

1135
00:42:43,200 –> 00:42:45,599
put this away I don’t know why I put

1136
00:42:44,400 –> 00:42:47,780
this way we’re not done making drinks

1137
00:42:45,599 –> 00:42:47,780
yet

1138
00:42:48,839 –> 00:42:52,099
half an ounce of lime juice

1139
00:42:53,339 –> 00:42:56,900
quarter of an ounce of lemon juice

1140
00:42:58,560 –> 00:43:03,380
a quarter of an ounce of simple syrup

1141
00:43:00,540 –> 00:43:06,240
and the reason that I use simple syrup

1142
00:43:03,380 –> 00:43:08,400
instead of just using triple sec

1143
00:43:06,240 –> 00:43:10,440
is because I don’t want the orange to be

1144
00:43:08,400 –> 00:43:11,460
overpowering

1145
00:43:10,440 –> 00:43:13,740
um

1146
00:43:11,460 –> 00:43:17,099
I really like Mandarin Napoleon but it’s

1147
00:43:13,740 –> 00:43:20,880
also full full proof

1148
00:43:17,099 –> 00:43:22,440
um it’s not something that’s diluted uh

1149
00:43:20,880 –> 00:43:25,920
or it’s higher proof and triples back

1150
00:43:22,440 –> 00:43:30,660
yeah yeah yeah so Mandarin Napoleon is a

1151
00:43:25,920 –> 00:43:35,040
38 ABV whereas most triple secs are

1152
00:43:30,660 –> 00:43:37,020
25 maybe 30. uh tequila you know

1153
00:43:35,040 –> 00:43:39,180
standard Spirits are for you so this is

1154
00:43:37,020 –> 00:43:42,540
just barely dipping into the Cure

1155
00:43:39,180 –> 00:43:44,579
category instead of

1156
00:43:42,540 –> 00:43:46,140
and triple sec is sweeter than Mandarin

1157
00:43:44,579 –> 00:43:48,060
Napoleon

1158
00:43:46,140 –> 00:43:49,800
do you think or not necessarily yeah

1159
00:43:48,060 –> 00:43:51,900
because that’s what takes up the actual

1160
00:43:49,800 –> 00:43:53,160
volume is is simply more sugar yeah yeah

1161
00:43:51,900 –> 00:43:55,200
for sure

1162
00:43:53,160 –> 00:43:57,780
um and that’s why we like using

1163
00:43:55,200 –> 00:43:59,280
dry Curacao Mandarin Napoleon things of

1164
00:43:57,780 –> 00:44:01,560
that nature they have a little bit more

1165
00:43:59,280 –> 00:44:03,480
of that orange forward complexity

1166
00:44:01,560 –> 00:44:05,339
without so much of the sweetness if you

1167
00:44:03,480 –> 00:44:06,839
have it’s like we always suggest and we

1168
00:44:05,339 –> 00:44:08,280
probably haven’t said this tonight and

1169
00:44:06,839 –> 00:44:10,800
we should have but give it a little

1170
00:44:08,280 –> 00:44:12,540
taste like pour a tiny bit you know

1171
00:44:10,800 –> 00:44:14,400
commandering yeah the Mandarin the

1172
00:44:12,540 –> 00:44:15,960
Tequilas make sure to taste the Tequilas

1173
00:44:14,400 –> 00:44:21,060
before you put them in see if it’s a

1174
00:44:15,960 –> 00:44:22,500
Dunya tequila the Brandy as well yep yep

1175
00:44:21,060 –> 00:44:23,760
um yeah it’s always a good idea you

1176
00:44:22,500 –> 00:44:24,660
would never cook with ingredients that

1177
00:44:23,760 –> 00:44:25,740
you don’t know what they taste like

1178
00:44:24,660 –> 00:44:28,440
right you would never just throw that

1179
00:44:25,740 –> 00:44:29,720
into a pan some people would maybe but I

1180
00:44:28,440 –> 00:44:31,800
wouldn’t recommend it

1181
00:44:29,720 –> 00:44:33,060
kind of safety with drinks if you’re

1182
00:44:31,800 –> 00:44:35,640
making a cocktail and you’ve never had

1183
00:44:33,060 –> 00:44:36,839
that spirit before give it a taste see

1184
00:44:35,640 –> 00:44:38,880
what it tastes like especially with

1185
00:44:36,839 –> 00:44:41,460
things like gin where the Botanicals can

1186
00:44:38,880 –> 00:44:43,619
really be very different you know so to

1187
00:44:41,460 –> 00:44:45,960
recap half an ounce of lime juice

1188
00:44:43,619 –> 00:44:48,780
quarter of an ounce of lemon juice a

1189
00:44:45,960 –> 00:44:51,359
quarter of an ounce of simple syrup top

1190
00:44:48,780 –> 00:44:55,680
it out to the Mandarin Napoleon and two

1191
00:44:51,359 –> 00:44:58,740
ounces of yazunya Blanco tequila

1192
00:44:55,680 –> 00:45:00,960
um in general I prefer Blanco tequila

1193
00:44:58,740 –> 00:45:03,060
for making margaritas because they do

1194
00:45:00,960 –> 00:45:05,819
tend to have a bit more brightness

1195
00:45:03,060 –> 00:45:07,140
and I think that that pairs very well

1196
00:45:05,819 –> 00:45:09,000
with the brightness that you get from

1197
00:45:07,140 –> 00:45:11,040
the Citrus which is part of the reason

1198
00:45:09,000 –> 00:45:12,500
why I add the lemon juice in addition to

1199
00:45:11,040 –> 00:45:17,040
the lime juice

1200
00:45:12,500 –> 00:45:19,560
a zunia is a great little producer all

1201
00:45:17,040 –> 00:45:21,900
organic and that’s not organic yeah you

1202
00:45:19,560 –> 00:45:24,180
don’t really see organic not only in the

1203
00:45:21,900 –> 00:45:26,880
growing of the Agave but they don’t use

1204
00:45:24,180 –> 00:45:30,119
anything to adulter the product in the

1205
00:45:26,880 –> 00:45:33,000
actual distillation process either

1206
00:45:30,119 –> 00:45:36,319
um old school and that’s something that

1207
00:45:33,000 –> 00:45:38,940
you’re seeing kind of go away

1208
00:45:36,319 –> 00:45:42,000
in the production of tequila as it’s

1209
00:45:38,940 –> 00:45:42,660
become more and more popular yeah

1210
00:45:42,000 –> 00:45:44,180
um

1211
00:45:42,660 –> 00:45:49,020
tequilas

1212
00:45:44,180 –> 00:45:51,660
it’s a challenge to retain the identity

1213
00:45:49,020 –> 00:45:54,599
of tequila with the demand that it has

1214
00:45:51,660 –> 00:45:57,240
and and the problem

1215
00:45:54,599 –> 00:45:59,040
for better for worse

1216
00:45:57,240 –> 00:46:01,619
um shake up your cocktail first because

1217
00:45:59,040 –> 00:46:03,180
we have another hole I was about to I

1218
00:46:01,619 –> 00:46:06,119
was about to give away another bullet

1219
00:46:03,180 –> 00:46:07,440
question first why salt out of Margarita

1220
00:46:06,119 –> 00:46:09,660
um all of these seem like very

1221
00:46:07,440 –> 00:46:11,579
reasonable answers don’t they um and the

1222
00:46:09,660 –> 00:46:13,200
the audience is split you guys are split

1223
00:46:11,579 –> 00:46:14,160
across all three of them so we tricked

1224
00:46:13,200 –> 00:46:15,720
you good

1225
00:46:14,160 –> 00:46:17,280
um but the answer is to really bring out

1226
00:46:15,720 –> 00:46:18,720
the sweet and sour flavor so just like

1227
00:46:17,280 –> 00:46:19,800
you use salt when you’re seasoning with

1228
00:46:18,720 –> 00:46:22,200
cooking

1229
00:46:19,800 –> 00:46:24,240
I mean give it try it out you know only

1230
00:46:22,200 –> 00:46:26,040
put salt on half of your ring rim and

1231
00:46:24,240 –> 00:46:27,780
just try it without the salt and then

1232
00:46:26,040 –> 00:46:29,460
try it with a salt and I know a lot of

1233
00:46:27,780 –> 00:46:30,839
people avoid this all because they might

1234
00:46:29,460 –> 00:46:32,339
be watching their sodium things of that

1235
00:46:30,839 –> 00:46:34,140
nature it only needs a little bit of

1236
00:46:32,339 –> 00:46:35,760
salt it’s a little a little sprinkle of

1237
00:46:34,140 –> 00:46:37,800
salt really brings out those sweet and

1238
00:46:35,760 –> 00:46:39,420
sour flavors

1239
00:46:37,800 –> 00:46:40,859
so I didn’t finish preparing my

1240
00:46:39,420 –> 00:46:43,500
glassware oh you didn’t put your ice

1241
00:46:40,859 –> 00:46:46,260
cube in also important did you all make

1242
00:46:43,500 –> 00:46:47,760
your ice cube from your SipScout kit did

1243
00:46:46,260 –> 00:46:49,560
you did you use your new ice mold to

1244
00:46:47,760 –> 00:46:51,060
make a couple ice cubes do you like it

1245
00:46:49,560 –> 00:46:52,859
did it make a beautiful Ice Cube for you

1246
00:46:51,060 –> 00:46:54,119
if you didn’t or if you did go grab

1247
00:46:52,859 –> 00:46:55,440
another freezer because this is when you

1248
00:46:54,119 –> 00:46:57,839
want to use it yeah this is the cocktail

1249
00:46:55,440 –> 00:46:59,880
you want to use your your ID for

1250
00:46:57,839 –> 00:47:01,260
we always you know I think we always

1251
00:46:59,880 –> 00:47:02,640
suggest I mean there are certain drinks

1252
00:47:01,260 –> 00:47:05,040
where crushed ice and things of that

1253
00:47:02,640 –> 00:47:06,839
nature are kind of nice but

1254
00:47:05,040 –> 00:47:09,780
you know a large ice cube means it’s

1255
00:47:06,839 –> 00:47:11,640
going to melts slower and so it’s drinks

1256
00:47:09,780 –> 00:47:15,079
to chill it down

1257
00:47:11,640 –> 00:47:15,079
you just want to keep it cold right

1258
00:47:16,079 –> 00:47:20,099
all right I’ll throw that other that

1259
00:47:17,819 –> 00:47:24,500
other whole question that’s before you

1260
00:47:20,099 –> 00:47:24,500
give it all away oh my gosh

1261
00:47:26,160 –> 00:47:29,180
pitter patter

1262
00:47:34,980 –> 00:47:37,579
okay

1263
00:48:04,079 –> 00:48:09,680
I’m gonna have to take it first step

1264
00:48:06,440 –> 00:48:09,680
please do

1265
00:48:17,220 –> 00:48:23,540
yeah what’s the quote abajo

1266
00:48:20,700 –> 00:48:25,700
Al dentro accentro

1267
00:48:23,540 –> 00:48:27,780
bajo

1268
00:48:25,700 –> 00:48:30,540
or something right

1269
00:48:27,780 –> 00:48:33,300
we have it somewhere who knows it who

1270
00:48:30,540 –> 00:48:36,000
knows it who knows below I have it hold

1271
00:48:33,300 –> 00:48:39,300
on in the center to the mouth I got it I

1272
00:48:36,000 –> 00:48:39,300
got it intro

1273
00:48:44,819 –> 00:48:49,440
and what that means is the Mexican toast

1274
00:48:46,740 –> 00:48:51,180
that mean glasses up glasses down

1275
00:48:49,440 –> 00:48:54,260
glasses to the front which is a wish to

1276
00:48:51,180 –> 00:48:54,260
everyone’s Health when you cheers

1277
00:48:54,319 –> 00:48:59,780
essentially out the window in

1278
00:48:56,819 –> 00:48:59,780
administration yeah

1279
00:49:01,520 –> 00:49:05,760
there we go

1280
00:49:03,359 –> 00:49:08,280
that’s the proper way not probably not

1281
00:49:05,760 –> 00:49:10,619
proper response to the windows to the

1282
00:49:08,280 –> 00:49:12,740
walls exactly

1283
00:49:10,619 –> 00:49:14,940
yeah and you’ll notice

1284
00:49:12,740 –> 00:49:17,099
this margarita

1285
00:49:14,940 –> 00:49:18,900
is not lime green

1286
00:49:17,099 –> 00:49:20,579
that’s something that I feel like a lot

1287
00:49:18,900 –> 00:49:22,980
of people it’s a good indication that

1288
00:49:20,579 –> 00:49:25,560
it’s yeah that is the chemically

1289
00:49:22,980 –> 00:49:26,819
delicious house yeah yeah

1290
00:49:25,560 –> 00:49:28,140
um you don’t want your laundry they

1291
00:49:26,819 –> 00:49:30,180
don’t need to be aligned with you and

1292
00:49:28,140 –> 00:49:32,099
when when you when you do the line at

1293
00:49:30,180 –> 00:49:34,079
that lime green it’s not

1294
00:49:32,099 –> 00:49:36,000
um and also there’s a little lemon juice

1295
00:49:34,079 –> 00:49:37,200
also kind of brings down that color as

1296
00:49:36,000 –> 00:49:39,800
well

1297
00:49:37,200 –> 00:49:39,800
um so yeah

1298
00:49:44,420 –> 00:49:48,480
I’m honestly like I like margaritas but

1299
00:49:47,220 –> 00:49:50,819
I’m not someone who would typically

1300
00:49:48,480 –> 00:49:52,920
order a margarita out

1301
00:49:50,819 –> 00:49:55,140
um and there’s other things that are

1302
00:49:52,920 –> 00:49:57,599
slightly more interesting to me but um

1303
00:49:55,140 –> 00:50:00,200
and I think partially it’s because Evan

1304
00:49:57,599 –> 00:50:02,579
makes such delicious Margaritas

1305
00:50:00,200 –> 00:50:04,260
Margaritas at home I don’t need to

1306
00:50:02,579 –> 00:50:06,780
to order them out

1307
00:50:04,260 –> 00:50:08,880
um yeah this is very good Buddha rock

1308
00:50:06,780 –> 00:50:10,920
salt is a little salty though much

1309
00:50:08,880 –> 00:50:13,079
Soldier and that’s something to pay

1310
00:50:10,920 –> 00:50:14,400
attention to as well is what kind of

1311
00:50:13,079 –> 00:50:16,140
salt you’re using you know because

1312
00:50:14,400 –> 00:50:17,400
certain salts if it’s big chunks of salt

1313
00:50:16,140 –> 00:50:19,319
you’re gonna get a lot more about salt

1314
00:50:17,400 –> 00:50:20,700
flavor with every step versus a finer

1315
00:50:19,319 –> 00:50:21,859
ground salt

1316
00:50:20,700 –> 00:50:25,160
um

1317
00:50:21,859 –> 00:50:25,160
tea flakes

1318
00:50:27,619 –> 00:50:33,380
something again

1319
00:50:29,780 –> 00:50:33,380
I don’t know maybe maybe

1320
00:50:38,339 –> 00:50:41,640
all right we have everyone’s voting the

1321
00:50:40,319 –> 00:50:42,900
same way on this one all right so you

1322
00:50:41,640 –> 00:50:43,980
guys know your stuff you know at the

1323
00:50:42,900 –> 00:50:47,579
very least

1324
00:50:43,980 –> 00:50:48,960
it’s gonna take a while

1325
00:50:47,579 –> 00:50:51,359
um the correct answer is actually seven

1326
00:50:48,960 –> 00:50:53,099
to eight years for the lowest end of

1327
00:50:51,359 –> 00:50:54,240
kind of tequila plant or agave plant

1328
00:50:53,099 –> 00:50:55,260
maturity

1329
00:50:54,240 –> 00:50:57,059
um so a lot of the ones like the ones

1330
00:50:55,260 –> 00:50:58,140
like Patron uses and things of that

1331
00:50:57,059 –> 00:50:59,819
nature are kind of more on the seven

1332
00:50:58,140 –> 00:51:02,460
year ending

1333
00:50:59,819 –> 00:51:04,619
um but the different species different

1334
00:51:02,460 –> 00:51:06,240
types of agave certainly there are some

1335
00:51:04,619 –> 00:51:08,819
that take like 20 years to mature it’s

1336
00:51:06,240 –> 00:51:10,319
not even 30. yeah um so it really and

1337
00:51:08,819 –> 00:51:13,859
this is why Evan was mentioning before

1338
00:51:10,319 –> 00:51:15,359
it’s so important like this industry is

1339
00:51:13,859 –> 00:51:17,339
trying to grow because tequila has

1340
00:51:15,359 –> 00:51:20,280
become so popular but growing an

1341
00:51:17,339 –> 00:51:22,500
industry where plants take that long to

1342
00:51:20,280 –> 00:51:24,000
grow is incredibly challenging because

1343
00:51:22,500 –> 00:51:27,119
you only have so much land you can

1344
00:51:24,000 –> 00:51:29,760
dedicate to Growing Agave plants I don’t

1345
00:51:27,119 –> 00:51:33,000
know I mean how many places can you make

1346
00:51:29,760 –> 00:51:34,200
tequila how many places can you make

1347
00:51:33,000 –> 00:51:37,200
tequila

1348
00:51:34,200 –> 00:51:40,200
but it is it is a really important uh

1349
00:51:37,200 –> 00:51:42,420
challenge that

1350
00:51:40,200 –> 00:51:45,900
fortunately more and more producers are

1351
00:51:42,420 –> 00:51:47,940
talking about in the industry and

1352
00:51:45,900 –> 00:51:50,579
um you know basically kind of declaring

1353
00:51:47,940 –> 00:51:53,819
their dedication to the way that they’re

1354
00:51:50,579 –> 00:51:55,800
growing things in a beneficial way to

1355
00:51:53,819 –> 00:51:57,960
not only the industry but to the

1356
00:51:55,800 –> 00:51:59,819
environment in general

1357
00:51:57,960 –> 00:52:01,859
um yeah

1358
00:51:59,819 –> 00:52:05,520
yeah Scarlet tequila is kind of one of

1359
00:52:01,859 –> 00:52:08,220
the last messages of a spirit that can

1360
00:52:05,520 –> 00:52:11,720
continue to be made in an artisanal way

1361
00:52:08,220 –> 00:52:16,319
and if regulation

1362
00:52:11,720 –> 00:52:19,200
is created to keep it that way

1363
00:52:16,319 –> 00:52:22,020
um it’ll be maybe the Last Vestige of

1364
00:52:19,200 –> 00:52:24,180
craft spirit that we can we can have

1365
00:52:22,020 –> 00:52:25,980
yeah I mean if you’re you know when

1366
00:52:24,180 –> 00:52:27,240
you’re out there buying craft Spirits we

1367
00:52:25,980 –> 00:52:29,280
always encourage you to like check the

1368
00:52:27,240 –> 00:52:31,380
back label think about

1369
00:52:29,280 –> 00:52:34,140
research but if you’re only going to

1370
00:52:31,380 –> 00:52:37,140
research one product before you buy it

1371
00:52:34,140 –> 00:52:39,300
make it be tequila because it’s there is

1372
00:52:37,140 –> 00:52:41,640
a lot of exploitation going on in the

1373
00:52:39,300 –> 00:52:44,160
tequila industry where big brands are

1374
00:52:41,640 –> 00:52:46,200
coming in and paying people Pennies on

1375
00:52:44,160 –> 00:52:48,240
the dollar and really just exploiting

1376
00:52:46,200 –> 00:52:51,599
them for things that they’ve been doing

1377
00:52:48,240 –> 00:52:54,000
in a very Artful way for decades even

1378
00:52:51,599 –> 00:52:56,700
more in some extensive and so it’s

1379
00:52:54,000 –> 00:52:59,460
really important that as consumers we

1380
00:52:56,700 –> 00:53:02,099
are supporting the true Artisans the

1381
00:52:59,460 –> 00:53:04,559
people who are growing organic plants

1382
00:53:02,099 –> 00:53:06,240
taking care of the land making sure that

1383
00:53:04,559 –> 00:53:08,099
they’re not just like destroying this

1384
00:53:06,240 –> 00:53:09,720
for the next generation of agave plants

1385
00:53:08,099 –> 00:53:12,240
the next generation of tequila drinkers

1386
00:53:09,720 –> 00:53:13,680
where we’re kind of you know yeah don’t

1387
00:53:12,240 –> 00:53:16,740
you want your kids to be able to drink

1388
00:53:13,680 –> 00:53:18,839
tequila yeah yeah and your kids have

1389
00:53:16,740 –> 00:53:20,160
kids

1390
00:53:18,839 –> 00:53:23,460
yes

1391
00:53:20,160 –> 00:53:25,380
yes I do I believe in protecting it for

1392
00:53:23,460 –> 00:53:28,940
my kids but not my kids kids because I

1393
00:53:25,380 –> 00:53:28,940
don’t think kids should be having sex

1394
00:53:29,900 –> 00:53:35,460
ah joking jokes a lot

1395
00:53:33,660 –> 00:53:37,619
all right we have some votes in here we

1396
00:53:35,460 –> 00:53:40,020
have some votes I highly recommend the

1397
00:53:37,619 –> 00:53:42,359
documentary Agave anyone is interested

1398
00:53:40,020 –> 00:53:43,619
in this Chef’s Table of booze

1399
00:53:42,359 –> 00:53:45,839
documentaries

1400
00:53:43,619 –> 00:53:47,760
oh we haven’t seen them Kristen 10

1401
00:53:45,839 –> 00:53:51,540
interesting Chef’s Table of booze

1402
00:53:47,760 –> 00:53:53,579
documentaries fun there’s a whiskey one

1403
00:53:51,540 –> 00:53:55,200
only watch too right or no there’s a

1404
00:53:53,579 –> 00:53:58,079
Prohibition one that we watched that was

1405
00:53:55,200 –> 00:53:59,880
really cool yeah there’s a Ken Burns

1406
00:53:58,079 –> 00:54:02,339
prohibition documentary that’s also it’s

1407
00:53:59,880 –> 00:54:04,559
a there’s like a mini there’s like four

1408
00:54:02,339 –> 00:54:07,500
sections to it right before during and

1409
00:54:04,559 –> 00:54:09,420
after yeah that’s also quite fascinating

1410
00:54:07,500 –> 00:54:11,339
um we haven’t watched that Agave one

1411
00:54:09,420 –> 00:54:13,440
left check it out there’s also a new

1412
00:54:11,339 –> 00:54:17,220
show if you’ve seen um what was the

1413
00:54:13,440 –> 00:54:19,440
Italian one finding finding or searching

1414
00:54:17,220 –> 00:54:21,559
for Italy searching for Italy with

1415
00:54:19,440 –> 00:54:21,559
um

1416
00:54:22,220 –> 00:54:25,619
if you’ve seen searches for Italy

1417
00:54:24,300 –> 00:54:27,480
there’s a new version of that gold

1418
00:54:25,619 –> 00:54:29,339
searching for Mexico with Eva Longoria

1419
00:54:27,480 –> 00:54:31,500
where’s it finding Mexico maybe it’s

1420
00:54:29,339 –> 00:54:33,660
fine

1421
00:54:31,500 –> 00:54:36,059
um but and so it’s going all through

1422
00:54:33,660 –> 00:54:37,760
Mexico and so far it’s just focused on

1423
00:54:36,059 –> 00:54:39,980
food

1424
00:54:37,760 –> 00:54:42,720
yeah it’s fun

1425
00:54:39,980 –> 00:54:44,760
I don’t love Eva Longoria as a host it’s

1426
00:54:42,720 –> 00:54:47,180
a little Annoying and like clearly

1427
00:54:44,760 –> 00:54:50,040
doesn’t like know a lot about food but

1428
00:54:47,180 –> 00:54:52,079
but you know I didn’t say it I’m just if

1429
00:54:50,040 –> 00:54:53,460
anyone’s watching we could do it if

1430
00:54:52,079 –> 00:54:55,500
anyone’s watching do you want to hire us

1431
00:54:53,460 –> 00:54:57,900
to do that show it won’t be food it’ll

1432
00:54:55,500 –> 00:54:59,339
just be booze wouldn’t you watch that

1433
00:54:57,900 –> 00:55:00,599
show wouldn’t that be a great show we

1434
00:54:59,339 –> 00:55:01,920
just traveled all around the world and

1435
00:55:00,599 –> 00:55:04,020
told you about these cool blue signs

1436
00:55:01,920 –> 00:55:06,480
even if you don’t want to watch it we

1437
00:55:04,020 –> 00:55:07,680
still want to do

1438
00:55:06,480 –> 00:55:10,400
um all right so where in Mexico

1439
00:55:07,680 –> 00:55:13,440
canticulity produced so a lot of people

1440
00:55:10,400 –> 00:55:16,140
voted for Jalisco it is not so we got a

1441
00:55:13,440 –> 00:55:18,359
heart on the the blue show we like that

1442
00:55:16,140 –> 00:55:19,859
um a lot of people voted for Jalisco

1443
00:55:18,359 –> 00:55:21,359
that is not surprising because I think

1444
00:55:19,859 –> 00:55:22,920
for a very long time that was the only

1445
00:55:21,359 –> 00:55:26,220
place that tequila could be made right

1446
00:55:22,920 –> 00:55:30,599
pretty much every single tequila

1447
00:55:26,220 –> 00:55:33,180
Distillery is in Jalisco yeah but the

1448
00:55:30,599 –> 00:55:37,440
Nom did Nation

1449
00:55:33,180 –> 00:55:41,220
uh for tequila production includes

1450
00:55:37,440 –> 00:55:44,520
some municipalities in all five of these

1451
00:55:41,220 –> 00:55:47,220
answers so you guys all got it right

1452
00:55:44,520 –> 00:55:48,480
yeah yeah all these answers are right we

1453
00:55:47,220 –> 00:55:49,319
were a little Trixie tricky on this one

1454
00:55:48,480 –> 00:55:52,440
yeah

1455
00:55:49,319 –> 00:55:54,000
um but it is only like some areas in

1456
00:55:52,440 –> 00:55:57,200
each one so it’s not really anywhere

1457
00:55:54,000 –> 00:55:59,819
it’s the adjacent uh municipalities

1458
00:55:57,200 –> 00:56:01,920
surrounding Jalisco in Michoacana

1459
00:55:59,819 –> 00:56:04,380
Guanajuato and I are eaten uh totally

1460
00:56:01,920 –> 00:56:05,280
bus yeah

1461
00:56:04,380 –> 00:56:08,940
um

1462
00:56:05,280 –> 00:56:11,819
but I believe that outside of Jalisco

1463
00:56:08,940 –> 00:56:14,819
the Agave is just grown in those regions

1464
00:56:11,819 –> 00:56:17,000
and it’s pretty much all distilled in

1465
00:56:14,819 –> 00:56:20,040
all these yeah

1466
00:56:17,000 –> 00:56:21,599
good job the whoever voted for all of

1467
00:56:20,040 –> 00:56:23,460
them

1468
00:56:21,599 –> 00:56:26,160
you know you’re you know your tequila

1469
00:56:23,460 –> 00:56:28,920
yeah Chris and Stanley Tucci is amazing

1470
00:56:26,160 –> 00:56:30,780
in that in that Series yeah he’s really

1471
00:56:28,920 –> 00:56:33,300
funny he’s very heartwarming thing to

1472
00:56:30,780 –> 00:56:36,000
have during the pandemic for sure I want

1473
00:56:33,300 –> 00:56:39,079
to travel somewhere and eat food with

1474
00:56:36,000 –> 00:56:39,079
family yeah

1475
00:56:39,839 –> 00:56:42,740
yeah for sure

1476
00:56:44,180 –> 00:56:49,440
this is a fun one this one this is a fun

1477
00:56:47,220 –> 00:56:50,700
one this is kind of so we’re talking you

1478
00:56:49,440 –> 00:56:52,559
know about this as the evolution of the

1479
00:56:50,700 –> 00:56:53,940
margarita so we started with the sidecar

1480
00:56:52,559 –> 00:56:55,380
which is kind of the origins of the

1481
00:56:53,940 –> 00:56:58,200
margarita then we have the classic

1482
00:56:55,380 –> 00:57:00,839
margarita and now we’re moving into kind

1483
00:56:58,200 –> 00:57:03,480
of and now we’re moving into kind of the

1484
00:57:00,839 –> 00:57:06,000
modern Twist on the margarita and while

1485
00:57:03,480 –> 00:57:08,760
we could have done a frozen mango

1486
00:57:06,000 –> 00:57:10,500
margarita or something like that

1487
00:57:08,760 –> 00:57:11,590
you know us we’re not that’s not that’s

1488
00:57:10,500 –> 00:57:12,660
not what we’re gonna do right

1489
00:57:11,590 –> 00:57:14,099
[Music]

1490
00:57:12,660 –> 00:57:15,180
um and so this is a really fun place

1491
00:57:14,099 –> 00:57:17,700
because it’s almost like a hybrid

1492
00:57:15,180 –> 00:57:20,640
between a margarita and a martini

1493
00:57:17,700 –> 00:57:22,440
um in my mind and it has some fun

1494
00:57:20,640 –> 00:57:24,540
techniques that we’re gonna hear a fun

1495
00:57:22,440 –> 00:57:26,040
technique that we’re going to teach

1496
00:57:24,540 –> 00:57:28,200
um yeah so I’m excited about this one

1497
00:57:26,040 –> 00:57:32,460
it’s called the coralina speaking of

1498
00:57:28,200 –> 00:57:34,020
Frozen mango margaritas yeah the first

1499
00:57:32,460 –> 00:57:36,839
frozen margarita

1500
00:57:34,020 –> 00:57:39,000
uh was inspired by a slurpee machine

1501
00:57:36,839 –> 00:57:41,579
at like 7-Eleven Slurpee machines

1502
00:57:39,000 –> 00:57:43,500
last restaurant tour was like

1503
00:57:41,579 –> 00:57:45,300
offer something Frozen but it takes too

1504
00:57:43,500 –> 00:57:47,579
long to freeze it but if I just had

1505
00:57:45,300 –> 00:57:49,260
something continually freezing it but if

1506
00:57:47,579 –> 00:57:51,720
there’s alcohol in it it’s not really

1507
00:57:49,260 –> 00:57:53,700
gonna freeze

1508
00:57:51,720 –> 00:57:55,559
um and and I think they tried to create

1509
00:57:53,700 –> 00:57:56,940
his own way of making frozen margaritas

1510
00:57:55,559 –> 00:57:58,619
at Birth honestly probably using like

1511
00:57:56,940 –> 00:58:01,380
heavily crushed ice or something you

1512
00:57:58,619 –> 00:58:03,480
know like so he tries that yeah he tried

1513
00:58:01,380 –> 00:58:05,099
that first but then bartenders were

1514
00:58:03,480 –> 00:58:06,839
complaining that it took way too long to

1515
00:58:05,099 –> 00:58:08,940
make customers who were complaining that

1516
00:58:06,839 –> 00:58:10,920
it melted way too quickly and so it just

1517
00:58:08,940 –> 00:58:12,480
like didn’t take off and then he went to

1518
00:58:10,920 –> 00:58:14,400
the 7-Eleven and saw this slurpee

1519
00:58:12,480 –> 00:58:16,980
machine and he was like wait a minute

1520
00:58:14,400 –> 00:58:18,660
can’t I just make that alcoholic all

1521
00:58:16,980 –> 00:58:22,020
right so we’re prepping our glass again

1522
00:58:18,660 –> 00:58:24,540
this is a mixture of salt sugar and

1523
00:58:22,020 –> 00:58:26,520
hibiscus as indicated by the label

1524
00:58:24,540 –> 00:58:29,040
yeah this is hibiscus flower that’s kind

1525
00:58:26,520 –> 00:58:31,619
of ground up mixed in with the salt and

1526
00:58:29,040 –> 00:58:33,480
sugar and it’s lovely if you’re

1527
00:58:31,619 –> 00:58:34,260
fingering it take a little taste quite

1528
00:58:33,480 –> 00:58:36,920
nice

1529
00:58:34,260 –> 00:58:36,920
I’m gonna do that

1530
00:58:37,020 –> 00:58:41,059
don’t leave me don’t leave yourself out

1531
00:58:42,599 –> 00:58:48,960
and so he’s [ __ ] the glass again with

1532
00:58:45,420 –> 00:58:50,760
a little bit of liquid or lemon juice

1533
00:58:48,960 –> 00:58:53,099
um

1534
00:58:50,760 –> 00:58:54,660
and get it on in there and you can’t get

1535
00:58:53,099 –> 00:58:56,040
creative I like that a lot of times you

1536
00:58:54,660 –> 00:58:57,599
know when I’m running glasses maybe not

1537
00:58:56,040 –> 00:58:59,460
a martini glass but a glass like this

1538
00:58:57,599 –> 00:59:02,220
you can actually put the lemon kind of

1539
00:58:59,460 –> 00:59:05,040
down halfway on the glass

1540
00:59:02,220 –> 00:59:07,079
and in that way you can just do one side

1541
00:59:05,040 –> 00:59:09,000
you can kind of have the sugar all the

1542
00:59:07,079 –> 00:59:10,920
way down on one side and then you can

1543
00:59:09,000 –> 00:59:12,119
kind of like enjoy it as you want to and

1544
00:59:10,920 –> 00:59:13,859
then you can have the other half of the

1545
00:59:12,119 –> 00:59:16,319
glass completely blink it’s really nice

1546
00:59:13,859 –> 00:59:18,839
too because if it comes down like all

1547
00:59:16,319 –> 00:59:20,700
the way to ear in order to get the salt

1548
00:59:18,839 –> 00:59:23,099
you really have to just like lick the

1549
00:59:20,700 –> 00:59:25,200
glass it get it allows you gives you

1550
00:59:23,099 –> 00:59:27,680
permission to lick the glass while

1551
00:59:25,200 –> 00:59:27,680
you’re drinking

1552
00:59:28,579 –> 00:59:31,680
remember if you guys have any questions

1553
00:59:30,540 –> 00:59:33,720
for us if you want to talk about

1554
00:59:31,680 –> 00:59:35,220
anything boozy throw in the chat this

1555
00:59:33,720 –> 00:59:37,140
webinar format’s a little new for us too

1556
00:59:35,220 –> 00:59:40,880
we miss hearing your voices and seeing

1557
00:59:37,140 –> 00:59:40,880
you yeah chime in peeps yeah

1558
00:59:44,880 –> 00:59:48,359
all right so we’re gonna switch over

1559
00:59:46,799 –> 00:59:51,480
here

1560
00:59:48,359 –> 00:59:54,140
to the coralina and we’re gonna do an

1561
00:59:51,480 –> 00:59:54,140
ounce of lime juice

1562
00:59:56,099 –> 01:00:01,500
uh something to note

1563
00:59:59,099 –> 01:00:03,000
just because I didn’t earlier when

1564
01:00:01,500 –> 01:00:04,260
you’re pouring especially when you’re

1565
01:00:03,000 –> 01:00:08,160
pouring and measuring which you always

1566
01:00:04,260 –> 01:00:10,319
should or over the vessel that you’re

1567
01:00:08,160 –> 01:00:12,599
intending it to go in that way if you go

1568
01:00:10,319 –> 01:00:16,020
a little but just got a couple drops

1569
01:00:12,599 –> 01:00:18,059
full it goes the right place

1570
01:00:16,020 –> 01:00:19,859
obviously if you over pour and it’s a

1571
01:00:18,059 –> 01:00:21,299
lot of an overpour you probably won’t

1572
01:00:19,859 –> 01:00:22,559
have to pour it out and start over but

1573
01:00:21,299 –> 01:00:25,099
you might have to take a break from

1574
01:00:22,559 –> 01:00:25,099
bartending

1575
01:00:25,140 –> 01:00:29,599
and then we’re going to do a half an

1576
01:00:26,819 –> 01:00:29,599
ounce of simple syrup

1577
01:00:45,599 –> 01:00:50,339
half an ounce of the Mandarin Napoleon

1578
01:00:49,020 –> 01:00:54,119
what do you guys think of that land or

1579
01:00:50,339 –> 01:00:57,540
Napoleon I feel like it’s remarkably

1580
01:00:54,119 –> 01:01:00,240
authentic it’s almost almost Tangerine

1581
01:00:57,540 –> 01:01:02,839
in its fruit quality

1582
01:01:00,240 –> 01:01:02,839
it’s really cool

1583
01:01:02,900 –> 01:01:06,680
and the repo

1584
01:01:07,319 –> 01:01:12,500
so Reposado is Spanish for rested

1585
01:01:10,859 –> 01:01:15,440
and

1586
01:01:12,500 –> 01:01:18,480
Reposado tequilas are

1587
01:01:15,440 –> 01:01:19,920
arrested as opposed to aged because they

1588
01:01:18,480 –> 01:01:22,680
only spend about

1589
01:01:19,920 –> 01:01:27,660
at least six months

1590
01:01:22,680 –> 01:01:31,619
um but no longer than two years

1591
01:01:27,660 –> 01:01:34,980
otherwise they become niejo or aged yeah

1592
01:01:31,619 –> 01:01:36,480
and kiss of Oak rusted or Reposado

1593
01:01:34,980 –> 01:01:38,040
Tequilas

1594
01:01:36,480 –> 01:01:39,960
um are a really nice intermediary

1595
01:01:38,040 –> 01:01:42,480
between the bright vibrant Citrus

1596
01:01:39,960 –> 01:01:45,000
characteristics of a Blanco and the

1597
01:01:42,480 –> 01:01:47,640
really rich depth of character that you

1598
01:01:45,000 –> 01:01:50,339
find in Anejo Tequilas

1599
01:01:47,640 –> 01:01:54,000
um and the animal Tequila’s a lot of

1600
01:01:50,339 –> 01:01:56,940
them can be more closely ascribed and

1601
01:01:54,000 –> 01:01:59,520
are more similar in characteristics to

1602
01:01:56,940 –> 01:02:01,140
well that Brandy that we had earlier or

1603
01:01:59,520 –> 01:02:02,220
a whiskey

1604
01:02:01,140 –> 01:02:06,900
um

1605
01:02:02,220 –> 01:02:10,740
this one kind of uh straddles both ways

1606
01:02:06,900 –> 01:02:13,200
so all the ingredients listed there with

1607
01:02:10,740 –> 01:02:14,640
the exception of the wine are going to

1608
01:02:13,200 –> 01:02:16,260
be shaken

1609
01:02:14,640 –> 01:02:18,799
and then we’re going to go into the fun

1610
01:02:16,260 –> 01:02:18,799
pretty part

1611
01:02:19,319 –> 01:02:24,540
it’s a fun pretty part

1612
01:02:22,619 –> 01:02:27,900
so we have a first time sixth scouter

1613
01:02:24,540 –> 01:02:29,760
here Jennifer and her boyfriend Zach

1614
01:02:27,900 –> 01:02:31,920
um happy birthday Zach it sounds like he

1615
01:02:29,760 –> 01:02:34,380
got SipScout for his birthday cool so

1616
01:02:31,920 –> 01:02:36,359
yay birthday fun birthday gift to have a

1617
01:02:34,380 –> 01:02:38,900
little Mixology class hope you’re

1618
01:02:36,359 –> 01:02:38,900
enjoying it

1619
01:02:39,420 –> 01:02:43,559
so

1620
01:02:40,799 –> 01:02:45,000
we’ve got our glassware prepared

1621
01:02:43,559 –> 01:02:47,700
we’ve got our ice

1622
01:02:45,000 –> 01:02:49,819
and our spirit separate ready to go rat

1623
01:02:47,700 –> 01:02:49,819
attack

1624
01:02:54,359 –> 01:02:58,920
this is what you have to do Jennifer

1625
01:02:55,740 –> 01:03:00,240
he’s shaking you have to dance or Zach

1626
01:02:58,920 –> 01:03:01,500
if Jennifer’s shaking you at the dance

1627
01:03:00,240 –> 01:03:04,140
you have to do the shape Shake dance

1628
01:03:01,500 –> 01:03:06,119
nothing more appetizing than the pitter

1629
01:03:04,140 –> 01:03:08,339
Pat of ice

1630
01:03:06,119 –> 01:03:10,920
banging around the inside of the uh

1631
01:03:08,339 –> 01:03:13,200
cocktail shaker sure and that’s why we

1632
01:03:10,920 –> 01:03:15,299
always tell people don’t shake kind of

1633
01:03:13,200 –> 01:03:16,500
like in the corner like quietly like you

1634
01:03:15,299 –> 01:03:19,260
gotta get into it you got to get your

1635
01:03:16,500 –> 01:03:20,880
shakers you gotta put a smile on your

1636
01:03:19,260 –> 01:03:22,140
face because whenever you’re shaking a

1637
01:03:20,880 –> 01:03:23,160
cocktail

1638
01:03:22,140 –> 01:03:25,200
hear it

1639
01:03:23,160 –> 01:03:26,520
another way and it’s exciting right if

1640
01:03:25,200 –> 01:03:28,319
you want to give them that a little bit

1641
01:03:26,520 –> 01:03:31,040
is it fun time yeah it’s a little bit of

1642
01:03:28,319 –> 01:03:31,040
performance with it

1643
01:03:34,380 –> 01:03:39,000
all right so this is the here I’m gonna

1644
01:03:36,599 –> 01:03:41,160
Spotlight just the um

1645
01:03:39,000 –> 01:03:42,420
cocktail cam for a second oh man the

1646
01:03:41,160 –> 01:03:45,540
pressure’s on

1647
01:03:42,420 –> 01:03:47,160
no but it’s okay

1648
01:03:45,540 –> 01:03:49,020
actually I’m going to top this off a

1649
01:03:47,160 –> 01:03:50,760
little bit more

1650
01:03:49,020 –> 01:03:52,740
all right

1651
01:03:50,760 –> 01:03:53,940
so this is called a float what Evan’s

1652
01:03:52,740 –> 01:03:55,680
about to do

1653
01:03:53,940 –> 01:03:57,720
and it’s essentially whenever you see a

1654
01:03:55,680 –> 01:03:59,520
layered cocktail and you see two layers

1655
01:03:57,720 –> 01:04:01,859
of different colors this is kind of how

1656
01:03:59,520 –> 01:04:04,020
you’re gonna do it so you can see he has

1657
01:04:01,859 –> 01:04:06,299
the spoon but the back of a spoon yeah

1658
01:04:04,020 –> 01:04:08,040
and you can just use it slow down so you

1659
01:04:06,299 –> 01:04:09,780
can use a teaspoon that’s fine so upside

1660
01:04:08,040 –> 01:04:12,059
down you want to get it as close as

1661
01:04:09,780 –> 01:04:13,500
possible to the drink because the closer

1662
01:04:12,059 –> 01:04:15,059
you get it to the drink the less it’s

1663
01:04:13,500 –> 01:04:16,200
going to fall and drop to the bottom so

1664
01:04:15,059 –> 01:04:18,359
you really want to get it close to the

1665
01:04:16,200 –> 01:04:20,819
top of the liquid and then you just

1666
01:04:18,359 –> 01:04:22,920
slowly pour it in and just you know you

1667
01:04:20,819 –> 01:04:24,900
don’t need a ton a little bit

1668
01:04:22,920 –> 01:04:27,119
um and then you wait

1669
01:04:24,900 –> 01:04:30,299
and it will start to separate

1670
01:04:27,119 –> 01:04:32,099
not separating as much as I wanted to I

1671
01:04:30,299 –> 01:04:33,420
feel like maybe you explored a little a

1672
01:04:32,099 –> 01:04:35,220
little more than you need to in there

1673
01:04:33,420 –> 01:04:36,839
yeah maybe that happened yeah you really

1674
01:04:35,220 –> 01:04:40,220
just need you know probably half of

1675
01:04:36,839 –> 01:04:40,220
what’s in there maybe even a little less

1676
01:04:40,260 –> 01:04:43,859
oh good Michael I’m glad you like it

1677
01:04:42,240 –> 01:04:45,000
looks like Michael’s ahead of us a

1678
01:04:43,859 –> 01:04:46,200
little bit it’s a very pretty cocktail

1679
01:04:45,000 –> 01:04:48,780
and Hasty too

1680
01:04:46,200 –> 01:04:50,220
yeah this is a really fun I although it

1681
01:04:48,780 –> 01:04:52,020
it still looks pretty yeah it’s still

1682
01:04:50,220 –> 01:04:53,579
layered um sometimes if you pour a

1683
01:04:52,020 –> 01:04:56,160
little less it’s just kind of like a

1684
01:04:53,579 –> 01:04:57,780
nice stripe along the top there but it

1685
01:04:56,160 –> 01:04:59,940
also depends once you take a sip of it

1686
01:04:57,780 –> 01:05:03,599
you’ll taste what the wine does to it

1687
01:04:59,940 –> 01:05:05,760
bring some of that cannons into it great

1688
01:05:03,599 –> 01:05:07,740
beautiful Michael I’m glad

1689
01:05:05,760 –> 01:05:11,339
um and it

1690
01:05:07,740 –> 01:05:13,440
that those cannons really kind of bring

1691
01:05:11,339 –> 01:05:16,079
down the

1692
01:05:13,440 –> 01:05:19,740
the sweetness sourness and it’s just a

1693
01:05:16,079 –> 01:05:22,559
really fun complex background I think

1694
01:05:19,740 –> 01:05:26,040
or not background a complex flavor

1695
01:05:22,559 –> 01:05:29,700
profile why thank you and it’s quite

1696
01:05:26,040 –> 01:05:31,319
beautiful isn’t that beautiful

1697
01:05:29,700 –> 01:05:33,000
yeah I think you forgot that that was

1698
01:05:31,319 –> 01:05:36,359
enough wine for two cocktails instead of

1699
01:05:33,000 –> 01:05:38,460
one oh that’s right yeah so normally you

1700
01:05:36,359 –> 01:05:40,640
would have this a little bit like more

1701
01:05:38,460 –> 01:05:43,940
like half of that

1702
01:05:40,640 –> 01:05:43,940
but that’s okay

1703
01:05:45,359 –> 01:05:50,460
most importantly how does it taste

1704
01:05:48,480 –> 01:05:52,680
yeah I Honestly Love what the wine does

1705
01:05:50,460 –> 01:05:54,119
to this drink and having more wine in

1706
01:05:52,680 –> 01:05:56,339
there with the hibiscus

1707
01:05:54,119 –> 01:05:58,200
is so lovely and this is a really fun

1708
01:05:56,339 –> 01:06:00,660
party trick this is a really fun like

1709
01:05:58,200 –> 01:06:01,859
before people come over like floating it

1710
01:06:00,660 –> 01:06:03,059
and handing them a drink that looks

1711
01:06:01,859 –> 01:06:05,520
layered and you can do this with

1712
01:06:03,059 –> 01:06:07,740
anything really right what’s the rule of

1713
01:06:05,520 –> 01:06:09,059
thumb for layering so when you’re

1714
01:06:07,740 –> 01:06:13,079
layering

1715
01:06:09,059 –> 01:06:16,020
Spirits or anything really uh

1716
01:06:13,079 –> 01:06:18,359
you’re looking at a nerd thing

1717
01:06:16,020 –> 01:06:20,819
uh and it’s the specific density

1718
01:06:18,359 –> 01:06:23,819
generally

1719
01:06:20,819 –> 01:06:27,539
the more alcohol something has

1720
01:06:23,819 –> 01:06:29,760
the less dense it is

1721
01:06:27,539 –> 01:06:31,079
um and so things that are lower in

1722
01:06:29,760 –> 01:06:32,520
alcohol

1723
01:06:31,079 –> 01:06:35,839
uh

1724
01:06:32,520 –> 01:06:35,839
am I reversing that

1725
01:06:37,200 –> 01:06:41,760
it’s weird because there’s elements that

1726
01:06:39,660 –> 01:06:43,680
include sugar which will make it more

1727
01:06:41,760 –> 01:06:45,660
pick up Guinness and cider well that’s

1728
01:06:43,680 –> 01:06:49,079
the thing is that Guinness is very low

1729
01:06:45,660 –> 01:06:51,780
in alcohol too kind of yeah

1730
01:06:49,079 –> 01:06:55,380
um but you can find charts for the

1731
01:06:51,780 –> 01:06:59,099
specific density of all sorts of things

1732
01:06:55,380 –> 01:07:01,260
online and if one is lighter than the

1733
01:06:59,099 –> 01:07:03,420
other it will float on it I would think

1734
01:07:01,260 –> 01:07:06,299
it’s less because red wine is lower

1735
01:07:03,420 –> 01:07:08,819
alcohol than spirits

1736
01:07:06,299 –> 01:07:10,380
but I shouldn’t just bearded sure sure

1737
01:07:08,819 –> 01:07:11,880
that’s true

1738
01:07:10,380 –> 01:07:13,859
but the way you do it is you make

1739
01:07:11,880 –> 01:07:15,960
yourself a pre-cocktail try yourself the

1740
01:07:13,859 –> 01:07:17,520
night before and you just try it and you

1741
01:07:15,960 –> 01:07:19,680
figure out which thing to float and then

1742
01:07:17,520 –> 01:07:22,200
you that’s what you do and if you want

1743
01:07:19,680 –> 01:07:25,400
to get real creative you can use one of

1744
01:07:22,200 –> 01:07:25,400
these fun swizzle sticks

1745
01:07:26,700 –> 01:07:31,440
and place it

1746
01:07:28,319 –> 01:07:34,220
at the very bottom oh it doesn’t fit in

1747
01:07:31,440 –> 01:07:34,220
the bottom of this guy

1748
01:07:36,000 –> 01:07:41,460
this is something that I learned

1749
01:07:37,880 –> 01:07:42,980
relatively recently after years making

1750
01:07:41,460 –> 01:07:46,680
cocktails

1751
01:07:42,980 –> 01:07:48,900
the spiral component on

1752
01:07:46,680 –> 01:07:52,319
bar bar spoons

1753
01:07:48,900 –> 01:07:53,880
is meant to allow you to place this all

1754
01:07:52,319 –> 01:07:56,940
the way into the bottom of the drink and

1755
01:07:53,880 –> 01:07:58,680
since I don’t think I can do it no it

1756
01:07:56,940 –> 01:07:59,940
doesn’t work that way either

1757
01:07:58,680 –> 01:08:01,380
anyway

1758
01:07:59,940 –> 01:08:03,839
you can place that in the bottom of the

1759
01:08:01,380 –> 01:08:06,539
drink and pour something against it and

1760
01:08:03,839 –> 01:08:07,920
right it’ll it’ll be a conduit and it’ll

1761
01:08:06,539 –> 01:08:10,440
bring something all the way to the

1762
01:08:07,920 –> 01:08:12,900
bottom which is really helpful when

1763
01:08:10,440 –> 01:08:14,880
you’re wanting to add carbonation to a

1764
01:08:12,900 –> 01:08:17,040
drink because pouring it on the top

1765
01:08:14,880 –> 01:08:18,299
it’ll just foam and float up to the top

1766
01:08:17,040 –> 01:08:20,400
but if you really want it to get

1767
01:08:18,299 –> 01:08:22,560
underneath something and then bubble up

1768
01:08:20,400 –> 01:08:25,160
through it

1769
01:08:22,560 –> 01:08:27,359
yeah that’s the way to go yeah yeah

1770
01:08:25,160 –> 01:08:28,620
these are fun tricks you can also make

1771
01:08:27,359 –> 01:08:30,660
um so if you’ve ever made a whiskey sour

1772
01:08:28,620 –> 01:08:32,400
you can turn a whiskey sour into a New

1773
01:08:30,660 –> 01:08:33,960
York sour by doing the exact same thing

1774
01:08:32,400 –> 01:08:35,520
doing a float of a little bit of red

1775
01:08:33,960 –> 01:08:37,380
wine and that’s really fun because

1776
01:08:35,520 –> 01:08:39,660
whiskey sours you know there’s the kind

1777
01:08:37,380 –> 01:08:41,779
of orangish brown of the whiskey and

1778
01:08:39,660 –> 01:08:44,279
then there’s the egg white that has the

1779
01:08:41,779 –> 01:08:46,080
toppings and then you put the red wine

1780
01:08:44,279 –> 01:08:47,759
in there and the red wine goes right

1781
01:08:46,080 –> 01:08:50,520
beneath the egg white so it’s this

1782
01:08:47,759 –> 01:08:52,679
orange red and then white and it’s just

1783
01:08:50,520 –> 01:08:54,060
super pretty it’s really beautiful

1784
01:08:52,679 –> 01:08:56,100
um and delicious because it really what

1785
01:08:54,060 –> 01:08:57,239
wine is doing is it’s the tannins and

1786
01:08:56,100 –> 01:08:59,940
that like

1787
01:08:57,239 –> 01:09:01,620
kind of complexity of wine that’s

1788
01:08:59,940 –> 01:09:04,020
showing up in this and I think the

1789
01:09:01,620 –> 01:09:06,779
Hibiscus pulls out a lot of the floral

1790
01:09:04,020 –> 01:09:09,719
like elements of the wine as well

1791
01:09:06,779 –> 01:09:11,339
um multiple chiano diabruto is a wine

1792
01:09:09,719 –> 01:09:12,839
that is has a lot of similar

1793
01:09:11,339 –> 01:09:14,880
characteristics to Zinfandel so it’s

1794
01:09:12,839 –> 01:09:17,819
like a lot of Jammy fruit a little spice

1795
01:09:14,880 –> 01:09:20,699
and the floral component that this adds

1796
01:09:17,819 –> 01:09:22,259
to it was the Hibiscus plus the Citrus I

1797
01:09:20,699 –> 01:09:24,839
mean the balance on this I think is

1798
01:09:22,259 –> 01:09:26,880
fantastic yeah and even with more wine

1799
01:09:24,839 –> 01:09:29,279
than maybe we intended to put in it it’s

1800
01:09:26,880 –> 01:09:31,380
still really just delicious

1801
01:09:29,279 –> 01:09:32,880
um Jay good question the Hibiscus mixed

1802
01:09:31,380 –> 01:09:34,319
you can make this so you can get

1803
01:09:32,880 –> 01:09:36,660
hibiscus flowers

1804
01:09:34,319 –> 01:09:38,400
um usually at like bulk health stores

1805
01:09:36,660 –> 01:09:39,960
health food stores that have like the

1806
01:09:38,400 –> 01:09:41,520
nuts and the seeds and like all that

1807
01:09:39,960 –> 01:09:43,380
kind of stuff you can get

1808
01:09:41,520 –> 01:09:45,660
um the local one is called Mountain hope

1809
01:09:43,380 –> 01:09:47,339
yeah uh but you can get hibiscus but you

1810
01:09:45,660 –> 01:09:49,080
can probably buy hibiscus flowers on on

1811
01:09:47,339 –> 01:09:50,219
Amazon too honestly

1812
01:09:49,080 –> 01:09:51,719
um and then you just grind them up you

1813
01:09:50,219 –> 01:09:53,400
just grind them up and it’s equal parts

1814
01:09:51,719 –> 01:09:55,140
equal parts of biscuits salt and sugar

1815
01:09:53,400 –> 01:09:56,520
so it’s so it’s nice because you know

1816
01:09:55,140 –> 01:09:58,800
the first drink we had with sugar rim

1817
01:09:56,520 –> 01:10:00,239
the second drink we have a salt rim and

1818
01:09:58,800 –> 01:10:02,040
then the third drink is the salt and

1819
01:10:00,239 –> 01:10:04,500
sugar rim with a little hibiscus mixed

1820
01:10:02,040 –> 01:10:06,300
into it so it kind of progressively adds

1821
01:10:04,500 –> 01:10:07,800
complexity to your room

1822
01:10:06,300 –> 01:10:10,440
um which is really fun

1823
01:10:07,800 –> 01:10:13,980
oh good Bob I’m glad you’re enjoying it

1824
01:10:10,440 –> 01:10:15,300
yeah it’s quite tasty oh Jennifer Boba

1825
01:10:13,980 –> 01:10:17,280
box line we’re gonna in a few minutes

1826
01:10:15,300 –> 01:10:18,719
we’re gonna promote anyone who wants to

1827
01:10:17,280 –> 01:10:19,920
be promoted well this is kind of you

1828
01:10:18,719 –> 01:10:21,780
know I know some people probably have to

1829
01:10:19,920 –> 01:10:23,219
jet and run but we’ll promote people to

1830
01:10:21,780 –> 01:10:24,719
panelists but I would love to hear about

1831
01:10:23,219 –> 01:10:26,340
the Boba box wine because we love box

1832
01:10:24,719 –> 01:10:28,860
wine and we’re always on the lookout for

1833
01:10:26,340 –> 01:10:31,199
new box lines that are high quality and

1834
01:10:28,860 –> 01:10:34,800
delicious caveat we don’t love all box

1835
01:10:31,199 –> 01:10:36,420
no no we do not but box wine is an

1836
01:10:34,800 –> 01:10:37,920
amazing Trend that we really hope takes

1837
01:10:36,420 –> 01:10:40,260
off and people start to change their

1838
01:10:37,920 –> 01:10:42,719
perceptions about what box wine is

1839
01:10:40,260 –> 01:10:46,020
um because it’s really quite fun to have

1840
01:10:42,719 –> 01:10:48,179
kind of a tap you know oh bota box oh

1841
01:10:46,020 –> 01:10:49,800
I’ve heard of that too yeah I have heard

1842
01:10:48,179 –> 01:10:51,120
of photobox so yeah that’s pretty well

1843
01:10:49,800 –> 01:10:52,860
learned yeah

1844
01:10:51,120 –> 01:10:55,560
um our last poll question here largest

1845
01:10:52,860 –> 01:10:59,400
Margarita ever no one guessed it because

1846
01:10:55,560 –> 01:11:03,900
it is freaking uh ridiculous 8 500

1847
01:10:59,400 –> 01:11:07,500
gallons it took 300 hours and 60 people

1848
01:11:03,900 –> 01:11:09,840
to prepare and it was in a tank what was

1849
01:11:07,500 –> 01:11:13,739
it measuring five meters five meters

1850
01:11:09,840 –> 01:11:16,140
across three meters tall 17 feet from

1851
01:11:13,739 –> 01:11:19,920
the ground to the top 17 feet by 10 feet

1852
01:11:16,140 –> 01:11:21,739
Margarita it was uh Flamingo hotels to

1853
01:11:19,920 –> 01:11:24,300
commemorate the opening of

1854
01:11:21,739 –> 01:11:29,040
Margaritaville at the Flamingo Hotel and

1855
01:11:24,300 –> 01:11:30,719
Casino in Las Vegas California in 2011.

1856
01:11:29,040 –> 01:11:32,580
which is weird because I feel like the

1857
01:11:30,719 –> 01:11:35,159
flamingo has been around forever so how

1858
01:11:32,580 –> 01:11:37,020
is this oh it’s the margarita building

1859
01:11:35,159 –> 01:11:39,000
excuse you Kelly

1860
01:11:37,020 –> 01:11:42,900
sorry we’ve got this uh

1861
01:11:39,000 –> 01:11:44,340
whack furry creature that everything is

1862
01:11:42,900 –> 01:11:45,960
around here and owns the place that

1863
01:11:44,340 –> 01:11:47,100
really doesn’t like closed doors and we

1864
01:11:45,960 –> 01:11:52,380
had to close the door for lighting

1865
01:11:47,100 –> 01:11:56,400
purposes so you know cats 9 500 gallons

1866
01:11:52,380 –> 01:11:59,040
yeah it’s insane that’s absurd uh what’s

1867
01:11:56,400 –> 01:12:01,679
another fun weird oh the world’s most

1868
01:11:59,040 –> 01:12:04,620
expensive margarita

1869
01:12:01,679 –> 01:12:07,140
oh yeah this is ridiculous shoot a

1870
01:12:04,620 –> 01:12:08,460
number yeah throw a number in the chat

1871
01:12:07,140 –> 01:12:09,900
and actually I’m going to promote people

1872
01:12:08,460 –> 01:12:11,040
to panelists you don’t have to accept it

1873
01:12:09,900 –> 01:12:12,179
if you don’t want to be on video you

1874
01:12:11,040 –> 01:12:13,679
don’t want to unmute yourself and talk

1875
01:12:12,179 –> 01:12:15,360
but I’m just going to start promoting

1876
01:12:13,679 –> 01:12:17,940
people to panelists so if you do want to

1877
01:12:15,360 –> 01:12:19,739
feel free to come on and and join us and

1878
01:12:17,940 –> 01:12:21,420
and have a little chat with us now that

1879
01:12:19,739 –> 01:12:24,080
we’ve made all of our cocktails it’s

1880
01:12:21,420 –> 01:12:24,080
time for happy hour

1881
01:12:24,780 –> 01:12:29,540
um but we won’t take offensive if none

1882
01:12:26,520 –> 01:12:29,540
of you want to come on with us

1883
01:12:34,739 –> 01:12:37,679
but yeah we’d love to hear your guesses

1884
01:12:36,179 –> 01:12:40,440
what do you think the most expensive

1885
01:12:37,679 –> 01:12:43,400
Margarita is what was that

1886
01:12:40,440 –> 01:12:43,400
oh yeah I don’t know

1887
01:12:45,199 –> 01:12:48,620
hi

1888
01:12:47,040 –> 01:12:50,880
hello hello

1889
01:12:48,620 –> 01:12:53,340
good to see your face what do you think

1890
01:12:50,880 –> 01:12:55,260
the most expensive Margaritas how much

1891
01:12:53,340 –> 01:12:56,580
would you say how much would you spend

1892
01:12:55,260 –> 01:12:59,219
on a margarita

1893
01:12:56,580 –> 01:13:02,300
on a fancy Margarita I mean I’m gonna

1894
01:12:59,219 –> 01:13:05,340
guess based on like super I have another

1895
01:13:02,300 –> 01:13:06,540
block animal who’s demanding my

1896
01:13:05,340 –> 01:13:07,199
attention

1897
01:13:06,540 –> 01:13:10,620
um

1898
01:13:07,199 –> 01:13:12,600
I’m gonna guess based on

1899
01:13:10,620 –> 01:13:15,860
what I’ve seen at restaurants that it’s

1900
01:13:12,600 –> 01:13:15,860
a lot like

1901
01:13:16,860 –> 01:13:22,260
I’m gonna go high like

1902
01:13:19,860 –> 01:13:25,679
go high I grant

1903
01:13:22,260 –> 01:13:27,840
not that high 10 10 grand all right we

1904
01:13:25,679 –> 01:13:29,659
encourage you all to go high thank you

1905
01:13:27,840 –> 01:13:32,100
for going high it’s not quite that

1906
01:13:29,659 –> 01:13:35,159
Kristen lives in San Francisco so she’s

1907
01:13:32,100 –> 01:13:37,739
skewed even has the most of us I just

1908
01:13:35,159 –> 01:13:39,840
seen completely ridiculous like oh this

1909
01:13:37,739 –> 01:13:41,880
bottle of wine will cost you like four

1910
01:13:39,840 –> 01:13:44,699
thousand dollars like on a normal

1911
01:13:41,880 –> 01:13:47,280
restaurant menu here like not normal

1912
01:13:44,699 –> 01:13:50,340
nice place but like still that you’re

1913
01:13:47,280 –> 01:13:52,800
like oh my God so I’m I’m expecting that

1914
01:13:50,340 –> 01:13:56,100
like the most expensive Margarita ever

1915
01:13:52,800 –> 01:14:01,260
could be like really fancy very age

1916
01:13:56,100 –> 01:14:03,960
stuff yeah so yeah it’s ridiculous

1917
01:14:01,260 –> 01:14:05,880
um so it’s twelve hundred dollars is the

1918
01:14:03,960 –> 01:14:07,679
most expensive Margarita well can you

1919
01:14:05,880 –> 01:14:10,040
imagine can you imagine sitting down and

1920
01:14:07,679 –> 01:14:13,560
being like you’re sure

1921
01:14:10,040 –> 01:14:16,140
for a margarita like I mean I’m liking

1922
01:14:13,560 –> 01:14:18,900
this one a lot I I don’t think I need to

1923
01:14:16,140 –> 01:14:21,480
spend twelve hundred dollars and it

1924
01:14:18,900 –> 01:14:24,120
doesn’t even the 8 000 gallon Margarita

1925
01:14:21,480 –> 01:14:25,679
that normal Margarita this is like this

1926
01:14:24,120 –> 01:14:28,560
size Margarita

1927
01:14:25,679 –> 01:14:31,699
um one half the money

1928
01:14:28,560 –> 01:14:35,880
went to charity oh is that true

1929
01:14:31,699 –> 01:14:37,739
Choice that’s good that’s good two the

1930
01:14:35,880 –> 01:14:42,060
tequila used Was Eighteen hundred

1931
01:14:37,739 –> 01:14:44,640
dollars a bottle not Cuervo 1800s

1932
01:14:42,060 –> 01:14:46,920
1800 a bottle

1933
01:14:44,640 –> 01:14:50,640
three and this is the most ridiculous

1934
01:14:46,920 –> 01:14:53,940
this is amazing the ice was made from

1935
01:14:50,640 –> 01:14:56,040
Cristal Cristal Champagne so they made

1936
01:14:53,940 –> 01:14:58,920
ice from Cristal champagne and that’s

1937
01:14:56,040 –> 01:15:00,239
what’s in your margarita this is dumb

1938
01:14:58,920 –> 01:15:02,940
dumb that’s just

1939
01:15:00,239 –> 01:15:05,280
and and then the final the margarita was

1940
01:15:02,940 –> 01:15:06,900
in a Ralph Lauren hand blown Hungarian

1941
01:15:05,280 –> 01:15:08,940
crystal glass that you can take home

1942
01:15:06,900 –> 01:15:11,159
afterwards

1943
01:15:08,940 –> 01:15:13,679
still yeah and there’s a diamond

1944
01:15:11,159 –> 01:15:16,100
engagement ring at the bottom of it I

1945
01:15:13,679 –> 01:15:18,719
mean I thought I’d be the reason

1946
01:15:16,100 –> 01:15:21,780
Margaritas you know like

1947
01:15:18,719 –> 01:15:24,420
yeah welcome to America people we make

1948
01:15:21,780 –> 01:15:27,630
giant margaritas and 8 000 gallon tanks

1949
01:15:24,420 –> 01:15:29,480
and we spend 1200 for a single Margarita

1950
01:15:27,630 –> 01:15:31,920
[Music]

1951
01:15:29,480 –> 01:15:33,120
possibly for charity thank you for

1952
01:15:31,920 –> 01:15:34,320
joining us those of you who turned on

1953
01:15:33,120 –> 01:15:36,600
your cameras those of you who didn’t

1954
01:15:34,320 –> 01:15:38,100
you’re totally cool like chatting Us in

1955
01:15:36,600 –> 01:15:39,540
the chat it’s okay we know everyone

1956
01:15:38,100 –> 01:15:41,159
doesn’t want to be on camera and chit

1957
01:15:39,540 –> 01:15:45,739
chat with us

1958
01:15:41,159 –> 01:15:45,739
um but hi Zach happy birthday

1959
01:15:46,500 –> 01:15:52,280
yeah hello thank you very much how are

1960
01:15:50,100 –> 01:15:55,260
you enjoying your first up Scout kit

1961
01:15:52,280 –> 01:15:56,820
excellent just lots of fun excellent

1962
01:15:55,260 –> 01:15:59,780
good good here like the history and

1963
01:15:56,820 –> 01:16:02,100
everything inters first yeah yeah yeah

1964
01:15:59,780 –> 01:16:03,900
we’re all about this sometimes people

1965
01:16:02,100 –> 01:16:05,960
get annoyed like can you just make the

1966
01:16:03,900 –> 01:16:08,880
drinks already

1967
01:16:05,960 –> 01:16:10,860
the important stuff please no we have to

1968
01:16:08,880 –> 01:16:12,780
talk about it yeah

1969
01:16:10,860 –> 01:16:15,659
I feel like the stories and maybe that’s

1970
01:16:12,780 –> 01:16:18,239
what you recognize too that’s what

1971
01:16:15,659 –> 01:16:20,219
resonates with us and that’s why we keep

1972
01:16:18,239 –> 01:16:22,679
coming back to

1973
01:16:20,219 –> 01:16:25,140
Charvet for example now our story is

1974
01:16:22,679 –> 01:16:27,060
amazing yeah I mean anybody can make you

1975
01:16:25,140 –> 01:16:28,860
know a recipe online but to hear the

1976
01:16:27,060 –> 01:16:31,860
techniques to hear the story of the

1977
01:16:28,860 –> 01:16:34,380
brand to hear yeah knowledge that like

1978
01:16:31,860 –> 01:16:36,540
us people who are and who haven’t been

1979
01:16:34,380 –> 01:16:39,060
making drinks for as long as you have we

1980
01:16:36,540 –> 01:16:42,120
wouldn’t know about right that’s really

1981
01:16:39,060 –> 01:16:43,679
really unique cool good we’re glad you

1982
01:16:42,120 –> 01:16:46,739
like it yeah we hope to see you next

1983
01:16:43,679 –> 01:16:48,600
month because Marco karasovich uh but

1984
01:16:46,739 –> 01:16:53,159
it’s still the current distiller at

1985
01:16:48,600 –> 01:16:56,880
Charvet is one a character hair he’s a

1986
01:16:53,159 –> 01:16:58,920
who’s you a Storyteller yeah and three a

1987
01:16:56,880 –> 01:17:01,620
master of his craft yeah he’s amazing

1988
01:16:58,920 –> 01:17:03,480
his he um his father taught him his

1989
01:17:01,620 –> 01:17:05,280
father came over from Serbia use while

1990
01:17:03,480 –> 01:17:08,040
they had started this their distillery

1991
01:17:05,280 –> 01:17:10,140
in 1983 and um one of the whiskeys in

1992
01:17:08,040 –> 01:17:13,080
the kit the white bird he made a white

1993
01:17:10,140 –> 01:17:14,940
whiskey actually as his as his thesis as

1994
01:17:13,080 –> 01:17:17,040
his thesis to go to his father and

1995
01:17:14,940 –> 01:17:19,140
basically be like I feel like I’m ready

1996
01:17:17,040 –> 01:17:21,000
to take this over now dad and that’s

1997
01:17:19,140 –> 01:17:22,800
what and it’s the age of version of it

1998
01:17:21,000 –> 01:17:25,080
is in our kit but and that’s my favorite

1999
01:17:22,800 –> 01:17:28,340
whiskey so it’s pretty fun yeah

2000
01:17:25,080 –> 01:17:28,340
we’re excited for that one

2001
01:17:28,679 –> 01:17:33,120
um which of these cocktails were your

2002
01:17:31,620 –> 01:17:34,440
favorite one you over yeah what do you

2003
01:17:33,120 –> 01:17:37,820
what are you gonna make again what are

2004
01:17:34,440 –> 01:17:37,820
you gonna make for yourself

2005
01:17:40,020 –> 01:17:48,540
Michael I see you recapping the thing

2006
01:17:44,400 –> 01:17:50,340
I was reminded how much I like sidecars

2007
01:17:48,540 –> 01:17:52,260
yeah they’re really delicious I mean

2008
01:17:50,340 –> 01:17:53,640
I’ve had them before but I think in the

2009
01:17:52,260 –> 01:17:56,100
past I always thought they were too

2010
01:17:53,640 –> 01:17:58,679
sweet and I gotta say this one you guys

2011
01:17:56,100 –> 01:18:00,719
commented that it was sweet but

2012
01:17:58,679 –> 01:18:02,699
I’ve actually thought it was really good

2013
01:18:00,719 –> 01:18:05,460
and very nicely balanced and everything

2014
01:18:02,699 –> 01:18:07,260
so I’m gonna make sidecars because

2015
01:18:05,460 –> 01:18:09,900
Brandy is one of my favorite Spirits

2016
01:18:07,260 –> 01:18:11,760
like I do not have a fear of Randy I

2017
01:18:09,900 –> 01:18:14,400
love Brandy and that’s with a lot of

2018
01:18:11,760 –> 01:18:16,320
what is in our liquor cabinet so I will

2019
01:18:14,400 –> 01:18:18,900
make that more often Kristen wait till

2020
01:18:16,320 –> 01:18:20,699
you taste this 27 year age Brandy next

2021
01:18:18,900 –> 01:18:23,640
month in the shark you’re gonna like

2022
01:18:20,699 –> 01:18:25,380
it’s amazing yeah like part of

2023
01:18:23,640 –> 01:18:29,040
perfection like

2024
01:18:25,380 –> 01:18:32,580
Louis tray they pale in comparison to

2025
01:18:29,040 –> 01:18:34,380
how good this is Brandy is good

2026
01:18:32,580 –> 01:18:36,900
all right Michael hit us what’s your

2027
01:18:34,380 –> 01:18:40,020
what what’s rinky excited about here

2028
01:18:36,900 –> 01:18:41,219
the third the third drink the uh the

2029
01:18:40,020 –> 01:18:45,480
last margarita

2030
01:18:41,219 –> 01:18:47,520
yeah you’re good right I mean in terms

2031
01:18:45,480 –> 01:18:49,260
of visual it was perfect it is floated

2032
01:18:47,520 –> 01:18:51,239
with like a like a little about a

2033
01:18:49,260 –> 01:18:53,640
quarter inch on top of the drink and it

2034
01:18:51,239 –> 01:18:56,880
was it and and The Taste was beautiful

2035
01:18:53,640 –> 01:18:58,560
yeah it was good yeah yeah that’s a fun

2036
01:18:56,880 –> 01:18:59,580
way to use up leftover wine you know if

2037
01:18:58,560 –> 01:19:00,960
you have a little bit of wine in your

2038
01:18:59,580 –> 01:19:02,400
fridge and you haven’t used it yet it’s

2039
01:19:00,960 –> 01:19:03,900
like what cocktail can I make and like

2040
01:19:02,400 –> 01:19:07,400
do a little wine float on it great

2041
01:19:03,900 –> 01:19:07,400
what’s left over wine

2042
01:19:07,760 –> 01:19:10,880
good boy

2043
01:19:11,640 –> 01:19:15,060
exactly

2044
01:19:13,560 –> 01:19:16,920
so you guys big Cinco de Mayo

2045
01:19:15,060 –> 01:19:19,520
celebrators or not really

2046
01:19:16,920 –> 01:19:19,520
you’re gonna you’re gonna

2047
01:19:22,500 –> 01:19:27,000
I would be that I have to work that

2048
01:19:24,780 –> 01:19:29,159
night so I can’t

2049
01:19:27,000 –> 01:19:32,159
yeah we have two corporate events the

2050
01:19:29,159 –> 01:19:35,699
day before for this very same class all

2051
01:19:32,159 –> 01:19:37,500
right we’re gonna recreate this yeah no

2052
01:19:35,699 –> 01:19:39,360
we’ll get our Cinco de Mayo on that way

2053
01:19:37,500 –> 01:19:41,940
and we live in Arizona so we eat a lot

2054
01:19:39,360 –> 01:19:45,179
of Mexican food all the time so

2055
01:19:41,940 –> 01:19:46,560
we don’t need Taco Tuesday yeah I feel

2056
01:19:45,179 –> 01:19:47,880
like every time we go out to eat his

2057
01:19:46,560 –> 01:19:49,620
family and like his sister they’re

2058
01:19:47,880 –> 01:19:51,780
always like Mexican Mexican man I’m like

2059
01:19:49,620 –> 01:19:54,060
it’s almost Mexican like I love Mexican

2060
01:19:51,780 –> 01:19:56,040
but it’s always Mexican

2061
01:19:54,060 –> 01:19:57,900
but it is we’re limited it is very good

2062
01:19:56,040 –> 01:20:00,840
here it is very good

2063
01:19:57,900 –> 01:20:04,080
well I might uh I made um quesadillas

2064
01:20:00,840 –> 01:20:06,600
for the occasion so oh great well we’re

2065
01:20:04,080 –> 01:20:08,460
headed doing a little food pairing with

2066
01:20:06,600 –> 01:20:12,300
your cocktail class I love it I love it

2067
01:20:08,460 –> 01:20:14,880
absolutely yeah who was it that they won

2068
01:20:12,300 –> 01:20:17,659
against or what was the battle for

2069
01:20:14,880 –> 01:20:17,659
Pablo

2070
01:20:18,179 –> 01:20:21,840
French

2071
01:20:19,159 –> 01:20:26,040
all right so I I think I’m gonna go to

2072
01:20:21,840 –> 01:20:27,960
uh uh Mexican restaurant for lunch and

2073
01:20:26,040 –> 01:20:30,540
then a French restaurant for dinner and

2074
01:20:27,960 –> 01:20:33,480
let it battle it out in my belly

2075
01:20:30,540 –> 01:20:35,520
I like it I like it or have a French

2076
01:20:33,480 –> 01:20:37,580
meal with a margarita see how that all

2077
01:20:35,520 –> 01:20:40,440
works out

2078
01:20:37,580 –> 01:20:42,719
or a Mexican a Mexican meal with a glass

2079
01:20:40,440 –> 01:20:44,699
of Bordeaux

2080
01:20:42,719 –> 01:20:47,940
um this was

2081
01:20:44,699 –> 01:20:51,360
from years ago but

2082
01:20:47,940 –> 01:20:53,460
I remember learning about a college

2083
01:20:51,360 –> 01:20:56,460
drink

2084
01:20:53,460 –> 01:20:59,000
called the bear fight oh that sounds

2085
01:20:56,460 –> 01:21:03,000
like a bad idea already

2086
01:20:59,000 –> 01:21:06,060
and a bear fight consisted of

2087
01:21:03,000 –> 01:21:09,780
an Irish Car Bomb which if any of you

2088
01:21:06,060 –> 01:21:13,440
are unfamiliar is a half pint of

2089
01:21:09,780 –> 01:21:15,960
Guinness with a shot that’s equal parts

2090
01:21:13,440 –> 01:21:18,000
Irish with Ian Bailey’s and you drop it

2091
01:21:15,960 –> 01:21:20,040
in there and you drink the whole thing

2092
01:21:18,000 –> 01:21:22,560
yeah

2093
01:21:20,040 –> 01:21:24,780
followed immediately by a Jager Bomb

2094
01:21:22,560 –> 01:21:28,760
which is Red Bull

2095
01:21:24,780 –> 01:21:30,920
with Jagermeister that you drop into it

2096
01:21:28,760 –> 01:21:34,620
they’re just asking

2097
01:21:30,920 –> 01:21:37,860
and the brown bear have a fight in your

2098
01:21:34,620 –> 01:21:40,620
stomach no thank you I have a headache

2099
01:21:37,860 –> 01:21:42,800
already no matter who of them wins you

2100
01:21:40,620 –> 01:21:42,800
lose

2101
01:21:44,219 –> 01:21:50,159
or had that shot sober

2102
01:21:47,340 –> 01:21:53,280
I know that after I’m done I’m keeled

2103
01:21:50,159 –> 01:21:56,520
over yeah or you’re definitely not even

2104
01:21:53,280 –> 01:21:58,320
sober if you you either you need to

2105
01:21:56,520 –> 01:22:01,020
drink that because your night’s over I’m

2106
01:21:58,320 –> 01:22:02,580
dumb enough to maybe do this yeah yeah

2107
01:22:01,020 –> 01:22:04,860
there’s also that one that like curdles

2108
01:22:02,580 –> 01:22:06,900
in your mouth that people used to do and

2109
01:22:04,860 –> 01:22:09,000
I was just like no thank you like that’s

2110
01:22:06,900 –> 01:22:10,860
a horrible idea I don’t know why people

2111
01:22:09,000 –> 01:22:13,199
torture themselves like drink delicious

2112
01:22:10,860 –> 01:22:15,540
things you don’t do that intentionally

2113
01:22:13,199 –> 01:22:17,159
someone gives it to you ah and you don’t

2114
01:22:15,540 –> 01:22:19,560
know what it is yeah I think you don’t

2115
01:22:17,159 –> 01:22:22,679
go order that it’s called a cement mixer

2116
01:22:19,560 –> 01:22:25,860
and it’s Rose’s lime juice and Bailey’s

2117
01:22:22,679 –> 01:22:29,400
and the acidity of the roses lime juice

2118
01:22:25,860 –> 01:22:33,120
curdles the cream and the Baileys in

2119
01:22:29,400 –> 01:22:37,020
your mouth beanie went no I’m using like

2120
01:22:33,120 –> 01:22:38,699
yogurt cheese curds the worst for those

2121
01:22:37,020 –> 01:22:40,679
of you who are new to SipScout and new

2122
01:22:38,699 –> 01:22:42,600
to The Crafty Cask this is not what we

2123
01:22:40,679 –> 01:22:44,760
are about we are just reminiscing about

2124
01:22:42,600 –> 01:22:47,159
awful things decisions people made in

2125
01:22:44,760 –> 01:22:50,340
college we were about drinking for

2126
01:22:47,159 –> 01:22:52,219
experience not drinking for effects I

2127
01:22:50,340 –> 01:22:56,820
feel like this is

2128
01:22:52,219 –> 01:22:59,940
yeah of like drink because it tastes

2129
01:22:56,820 –> 01:23:02,460
good yeah and Rubble in that nature is

2130
01:22:59,940 –> 01:23:04,620
the opposite of because it tastes good

2131
01:23:02,460 –> 01:23:05,820
yeah drinking to like get drunk being

2132
01:23:04,620 –> 01:23:07,440
like I’m gonna drink this because it’s

2133
01:23:05,820 –> 01:23:08,699
gonna get me a real drunk real fast that

2134
01:23:07,440 –> 01:23:10,860
is not what we are about especially

2135
01:23:08,699 –> 01:23:12,239
because we’re drinking higher end craft

2136
01:23:10,860 –> 01:23:14,640
alcohol that people have poured their

2137
01:23:12,239 –> 01:23:17,100
our hearts and souls into but I want to

2138
01:23:14,640 –> 01:23:19,679
shoot that I want to like sip it and

2139
01:23:17,100 –> 01:23:21,480
talk about it and have it 10 minutes

2140
01:23:19,679 –> 01:23:23,219
after I poured it and see how it changes

2141
01:23:21,480 –> 01:23:24,780
yeah

2142
01:23:23,219 –> 01:23:27,000
yeah for sure what’s the most expensive

2143
01:23:24,780 –> 01:23:29,580
cocktail that you think you’ve had and

2144
01:23:27,000 –> 01:23:31,080
was it worth it

2145
01:23:29,580 –> 01:23:32,520
well I’ll tell you one expensive

2146
01:23:31,080 –> 01:23:34,560
cocktail we just saw when we were in

2147
01:23:32,520 –> 01:23:36,179
Vegas recently I don’t even remember

2148
01:23:34,560 –> 01:23:38,400
what the cocktail was but you can

2149
01:23:36,179 –> 01:23:41,280
essentially you could get any picture

2150
01:23:38,400 –> 01:23:43,980
like out of your phone screen printed on

2151
01:23:41,280 –> 01:23:45,000
top of the egg white foam on the

2152
01:23:43,980 –> 01:23:48,780
cocktail

2153
01:23:45,000 –> 01:23:50,239
we almost put The Crafty Cask logo on an

2154
01:23:48,780 –> 01:23:52,560
egg white foam

2155
01:23:50,239 –> 01:23:54,659
I was like I don’t know can I justify

2156
01:23:52,560 –> 01:23:58,260
expensing like a forty dollar like

2157
01:23:54,659 –> 01:24:01,320
screen printed cocktail like have you

2158
01:23:58,260 –> 01:24:04,320
guys seen the menu yet yes have you guys

2159
01:24:01,320 –> 01:24:07,560
all seen the menu this movie it was one

2160
01:24:04,320 –> 01:24:09,960
of the Oscars nominated for something

2161
01:24:07,560 –> 01:24:12,360
um it’s still good it’s so good that

2162
01:24:09,960 –> 01:24:15,420
like they do that they do like a screen

2163
01:24:12,360 –> 01:24:17,100
printing of like is it bread or I think

2164
01:24:15,420 –> 01:24:21,120
so or something I was on a pita bread

2165
01:24:17,100 –> 01:24:23,520
yeah that’s right that’s right it looks

2166
01:24:21,120 –> 01:24:25,980
scary to me and we don’t like scary

2167
01:24:23,520 –> 01:24:27,900
movies I I promise you as somebody who

2168
01:24:25,980 –> 01:24:33,020
doesn’t like horror or doesn’t like

2169
01:24:27,900 –> 01:24:33,020
super scary stuff it was really good

2170
01:24:34,159 –> 01:24:39,780
oh that’s a little hard but it’s also

2171
01:24:37,440 –> 01:24:43,560
funny because it’s completely absurd

2172
01:24:39,780 –> 01:24:48,420
like the shock value is definitely

2173
01:24:43,560 –> 01:24:49,980
tempered by humor where like it pulls

2174
01:24:48,420 –> 01:24:52,739
you out of it and you’re not like too

2175
01:24:49,980 –> 01:24:55,679
invested in it because like it’s funny

2176
01:24:52,739 –> 01:24:57,960
enough that when the shock value occurs

2177
01:24:55,679 –> 01:25:01,320
you’re like well this isn’t real life

2178
01:24:57,960 –> 01:25:03,719
yeah anyways it’s worth it especially if

2179
01:25:01,320 –> 01:25:05,640
you’ve dined at high-end restaurants if

2180
01:25:03,719 –> 01:25:08,159
you like know that scene even a little

2181
01:25:05,640 –> 01:25:10,020
bit it’s pretty it’s like poking fun at

2182
01:25:08,159 –> 01:25:12,420
it and like really kind of it’s it’s

2183
01:25:10,020 –> 01:25:13,620
it’s good it’s good but it is one of

2184
01:25:12,420 –> 01:25:15,600
those movies that the entire time you’re

2185
01:25:13,620 –> 01:25:18,260
watching it you’re like what the hell

2186
01:25:15,600 –> 01:25:21,239
like what is it like what what like what

2187
01:25:18,260 –> 01:25:23,219
what the what yeah I think if you’re in

2188
01:25:21,239 –> 01:25:24,780
this chat you’re willing to watch that

2189
01:25:23,219 –> 01:25:27,420
movie and enjoy it for what it is

2190
01:25:24,780 –> 01:25:29,280
probably I think so but I feel like that

2191
01:25:27,420 –> 01:25:31,739
way about all of the Oscar nominees this

2192
01:25:29,280 –> 01:25:33,120
year pretty much every Oscar movie I

2193
01:25:31,739 –> 01:25:34,860
watched this year the whole time I was

2194
01:25:33,120 –> 01:25:37,620
watching it I was like I kind of feel

2195
01:25:34,860 –> 01:25:39,500
like I feel like that about most of the

2196
01:25:37,620 –> 01:25:41,460
last like five years

2197
01:25:39,500 –> 01:25:43,260
yeah I feel like people just make movies

2198
01:25:41,460 –> 01:25:45,719
for the Oscars and they’re just all like

2199
01:25:43,260 –> 01:25:48,600
esoteric and like weird and

2200
01:25:45,719 –> 01:25:53,480
I don’t know whatever Jay I tried Louis

2201
01:25:48,600 –> 01:25:57,239
tray I remember when I was like 25.

2202
01:25:53,480 –> 01:25:59,480
uh Louis the 13th the bike you wrapped

2203
01:25:57,239 –> 01:25:59,480
up again

2204
01:26:02,179 –> 01:26:06,800
we were putting things away hit that

2205
01:26:08,420 –> 01:26:12,300
that makes

2206
01:26:10,260 –> 01:26:14,060
Louis XII

2207
01:26:12,300 –> 01:26:16,920
um but it was

2208
01:26:14,060 –> 01:26:19,080
150 a gram

2209
01:26:16,920 –> 01:26:22,860
I didn’t pay that but I worked at a

2210
01:26:19,080 –> 01:26:24,540
restaurant that served it and uh I was

2211
01:26:22,860 –> 01:26:26,820
like if I’m gonna sell this I need to

2212
01:26:24,540 –> 01:26:30,420
know what it tastes like I’m convinced

2213
01:26:26,820 –> 01:26:33,420
my manager to give me a taste

2214
01:26:30,420 –> 01:26:37,260
um smart move smart move did you say 150

2215
01:26:33,420 –> 01:26:39,620
a gram gram a dram so one point dram oh

2216
01:26:37,260 –> 01:26:39,620
tram

2217
01:26:46,139 –> 01:26:53,360
in a leather box that was velvet lined

2218
01:26:49,500 –> 01:26:57,179
with it like imprint

2219
01:26:53,360 –> 01:27:00,560
shaped like the bottle

2220
01:26:57,179 –> 01:27:00,560
um it was good

2221
01:27:02,639 –> 01:27:06,480
I was 25.

2222
01:27:04,500 –> 01:27:07,679
so maybe I couldn’t appreciate it I feel

2223
01:27:06,480 –> 01:27:09,840
like that’s how we feel about most

2224
01:27:07,679 –> 01:27:12,300
really high-end things though like the

2225
01:27:09,840 –> 01:27:14,699
height is so big like Opus One wines

2226
01:27:12,300 –> 01:27:15,719
like you know like by the time you try

2227
01:27:14,699 –> 01:27:18,420
them

2228
01:27:15,719 –> 01:27:21,239
you’re like I don’t know I mean it’s

2229
01:27:18,420 –> 01:27:23,460
good but what I pay 600 for this bottle

2230
01:27:21,239 –> 01:27:25,800
like hell no like it’s not that good

2231
01:27:23,460 –> 01:27:28,260
like you know it’s been few and far

2232
01:27:25,800 –> 01:27:32,719
between that I have found bottlings of

2233
01:27:28,260 –> 01:27:32,719
anything that surmount

2234
01:27:32,760 –> 01:27:37,560
three hundred dollars

2235
01:27:34,800 –> 01:27:40,139
that I feel like are exceptional I feel

2236
01:27:37,560 –> 01:27:42,600
like the

2237
01:27:40,139 –> 01:27:45,360
radio you have diminishing returns after

2238
01:27:42,600 –> 01:27:47,219
a certain amount of dollars yeah I mean

2239
01:27:45,360 –> 01:27:48,900
at that point it becomes more about

2240
01:27:47,219 –> 01:27:51,420
supply and demand and it becomes more

2241
01:27:48,900 –> 01:27:54,179
about like the people who want it and

2242
01:27:51,420 –> 01:27:56,040
the way they like go crazy about it that

2243
01:27:54,179 –> 01:27:56,820
like really makes the value there you

2244
01:27:56,040 –> 01:27:58,139
know

2245
01:27:56,820 –> 01:27:59,340
um and it’s funny I was just talking to

2246
01:27:58,139 –> 01:28:01,380
someone recently and they were asking me

2247
01:27:59,340 –> 01:28:02,940
like who is said Scout not for and

2248
01:28:01,380 –> 01:28:06,420
that’s actually what I said I was like

2249
01:28:02,940 –> 01:28:09,000
SipScout is not for the cult like I want

2250
01:28:06,420 –> 01:28:10,620
the rarest most expensive like brand

2251
01:28:09,000 –> 01:28:12,360
like that everyone’s heard like I want

2252
01:28:10,620 –> 01:28:13,980
Happy evangelicals like that is not what

2253
01:28:12,360 –> 01:28:17,580
we’re about you know it’s like they’re

2254
01:28:13,980 –> 01:28:20,100
fine they have their Niche an analogy

2255
01:28:17,580 –> 01:28:20,820
that I feel like I used a lot

2256
01:28:20,100 –> 01:28:24,960
um

2257
01:28:20,820 –> 01:28:28,139
when driving around Napa so people would

2258
01:28:24,960 –> 01:28:31,560
be you know asking about Opus One and

2259
01:28:28,139 –> 01:28:32,940
Screaming Eagle and Harland and for

2260
01:28:31,560 –> 01:28:35,100
those of you who aren’t as familiar with

2261
01:28:32,940 –> 01:28:38,219
us Evan used to give bespoke Wine Tours

2262
01:28:35,100 –> 01:28:39,300
up in Napa um for 10 plus years so he

2263
01:28:38,219 –> 01:28:41,400
would drive people around the small

2264
01:28:39,300 –> 01:28:43,260
craft Boutique Wineries and kind of you

2265
01:28:41,400 –> 01:28:44,580
know do that and a lot of times they get

2266
01:28:43,260 –> 01:28:46,320
in his car and they’d be like bring me

2267
01:28:44,580 –> 01:28:48,179
to my Navi or bring me to Opus One or

2268
01:28:46,320 –> 01:28:50,940
you know they have those name brands in

2269
01:28:48,179 –> 01:28:53,040
their mind whereas Evan before he even

2270
01:28:50,940 –> 01:28:54,480
met me was more about introducing them

2271
01:28:53,040 –> 01:28:56,639
in two places but maybe they’ve never

2272
01:28:54,480 –> 01:28:57,360
heard of before but make epic wines you

2273
01:28:56,639 –> 01:28:58,980
know

2274
01:28:57,360 –> 01:29:02,159
and

2275
01:28:58,980 –> 01:29:05,460
the analogy I shared with them is

2276
01:29:02,159 –> 01:29:07,739
essentially like you can spend I don’t

2277
01:29:05,460 –> 01:29:11,600
know I don’t know what the car market is

2278
01:29:07,739 –> 01:29:16,739
like right now but let’s say like 32 000

2279
01:29:11,600 –> 01:29:21,239
on a brand new Toyota Corolla

2280
01:29:16,739 –> 01:29:23,280
or you can spend 1.5 million dollars on

2281
01:29:21,239 –> 01:29:25,380
a Ferrari

2282
01:29:23,280 –> 01:29:28,860
if actually both of them will get you

2283
01:29:25,380 –> 01:29:32,280
from A to B the manners are you yeah the

2284
01:29:28,860 –> 01:29:35,100
manner in which you get from A to B will

2285
01:29:32,280 –> 01:29:37,800
be drastically different

2286
01:29:35,100 –> 01:29:40,679
but how quickly you get from A to B you

2287
01:29:37,800 –> 01:29:45,179
might be addressed at 14 alcohol by

2288
01:29:40,679 –> 01:29:47,900
volume at 750 milliliter bottle of

2289
01:29:45,179 –> 01:29:53,760
a perfectly good

2290
01:29:47,900 –> 01:29:58,199
craft wine that might cost 50 versus a

2291
01:29:53,760 –> 01:30:02,520
900 bottle of screaming eagle

2292
01:29:58,199 –> 01:30:05,760
they’ll both get you from A to B okay

2293
01:30:02,520 –> 01:30:09,840
will you enjoyed the ride more

2294
01:30:05,760 –> 01:30:12,420
when you spend more sometimes but how

2295
01:30:09,840 –> 01:30:15,960
how good of a driver do you have to be

2296
01:30:12,420 –> 01:30:18,960
to appreciate the Ferrari yeah it’ll be

2297
01:30:15,960 –> 01:30:21,239
a really good driver yeah to know like

2298
01:30:18,960 –> 01:30:22,620
the Precision of the manipulation of the

2299
01:30:21,239 –> 01:30:24,540
turning and the steering and the braking

2300
01:30:22,620 –> 01:30:27,360
and the acceleration

2301
01:30:24,540 –> 01:30:29,940
otherwise you’re just like stop go stop

2302
01:30:27,360 –> 01:30:31,500
go now I’m there and so similarly you

2303
01:30:29,940 –> 01:30:32,840
feel like you kind of have to have a

2304
01:30:31,500 –> 01:30:35,400
really amazing

2305
01:30:32,840 –> 01:30:38,239
appreciate it really has to like be

2306
01:30:35,400 –> 01:30:40,679
elevated to a a degree which

2307
01:30:38,239 –> 01:30:42,600
most people especially the people that

2308
01:30:40,679 –> 01:30:44,520
have the money to buy

2309
01:30:42,600 –> 01:30:47,820
Screaming Eagle

2310
01:30:44,520 –> 01:30:50,219
don’t have yeah and I hate that most

2311
01:30:47,820 –> 01:30:52,320
people that drink Screaming Eagle don’t

2312
01:30:50,219 –> 01:30:54,480
even appreciate it no they’re just

2313
01:30:52,320 –> 01:30:56,580
drinking it they’re like

2314
01:30:54,480 –> 01:30:58,560
which is a status symbol it’s a status

2315
01:30:56,580 –> 01:31:00,719
symbol of conspicuous look at me yeah

2316
01:30:58,560 –> 01:31:03,060
look at my Instagram posts yeah the

2317
01:31:00,719 –> 01:31:05,280
conspicuous consumption thing I mean it

2318
01:31:03,060 –> 01:31:08,760
resonates uh it’s a cultural thing yeah

2319
01:31:05,280 –> 01:31:11,940
for sure yeah off my soapbox

2320
01:31:08,760 –> 01:31:16,560
yeah I used to know this um uh Ferrari

2321
01:31:11,940 –> 01:31:19,020
dealership owner and he had an Enzo like

2322
01:31:16,560 –> 01:31:20,940
that was like he had that in his garage

2323
01:31:19,020 –> 01:31:22,860
uh in addition to like five other

2324
01:31:20,940 –> 01:31:25,020
Ferraris

2325
01:31:22,860 –> 01:31:26,580
um and I asked him one time when he was

2326
01:31:25,020 –> 01:31:29,159
taking me a ride in one of the fancy

2327
01:31:26,580 –> 01:31:33,560
ones uh what’s your favorite car to

2328
01:31:29,159 –> 01:31:33,560
drive and he was like my Ford F-150

2329
01:31:39,440 –> 01:31:44,300
about it

2330
01:31:41,280 –> 01:31:44,300
well and you’ve been here

2331
01:31:45,980 –> 01:31:51,239
yeah for sure okay so uh we’re more than

2332
01:31:49,560 –> 01:31:52,500
happy to stay on and hang out with all

2333
01:31:51,239 –> 01:31:54,300
of you but I want to be respectful for

2334
01:31:52,500 –> 01:31:56,100
those of you who are on camera off

2335
01:31:54,300 –> 01:31:58,320
camera everyone

2336
01:31:56,100 –> 01:32:00,239
um who need to leave because it is 6 30

2337
01:31:58,320 –> 01:32:01,560
and it’s about the end of our time so

2338
01:32:00,239 –> 01:32:03,540
thank you for joining us for our

2339
01:32:01,560 –> 01:32:05,699
Margarita Mixology class

2340
01:32:03,540 –> 01:32:07,679
um we hope you enjoyed these delicious

2341
01:32:05,699 –> 01:32:09,840
cocktails and you’re ready for some fun

2342
01:32:07,679 –> 01:32:11,280
Cinco de Mayo or just delicious cocktail

2343
01:32:09,840 –> 01:32:13,920
throughout the summer

2344
01:32:11,280 –> 01:32:15,780
um joined zip Scout for next month if

2345
01:32:13,920 –> 01:32:18,179
you haven’t already yeah the strawberry

2346
01:32:15,780 –> 01:32:19,800
kit is so good yeah and you can just you

2347
01:32:18,179 –> 01:32:22,440
can just buy that single kit if you want

2348
01:32:19,800 –> 01:32:25,380
as well um you’ll get two little cute

2349
01:32:22,440 –> 01:32:26,580
commemorative Glen Karen glasses as well

2350
01:32:25,380 –> 01:32:28,800
um but yeah we’re super excited about

2351
01:32:26,580 –> 01:32:30,120
that and the pacing party is going to be

2352
01:32:28,800 –> 01:32:32,100
awesome because Marco’s going to be here

2353
01:32:30,120 –> 01:32:36,000
too so it won’t just be the two of us

2354
01:32:32,100 –> 01:32:37,560
hello we’re fun we’re fun we’re good

2355
01:32:36,000 –> 01:32:39,360
um but Marco will be here and he’s a

2356
01:32:37,560 –> 01:32:41,159
hoop so we’ll have a lot of fun with him

2357
01:32:39,360 –> 01:32:42,480
next next month and we look forward to

2358
01:32:41,159 –> 01:32:43,739
seeing all of you and for those of you

2359
01:32:42,480 –> 01:32:45,420
who want to stick around and chit chat a

2360
01:32:43,739 –> 01:32:46,620
little bit more all right we’re still

2361
01:32:45,420 –> 01:32:49,400
here we’re here

2362
01:32:46,620 –> 01:32:49,400
cheers everyone

2363
01:32:51,260 –> 01:32:56,580
I feel like I said some controversial

2364
01:32:53,639 –> 01:32:58,020
stuff oh that some of you might have had

2365
01:32:56,580 –> 01:33:00,179
more comments on

2366
01:32:58,020 –> 01:33:03,239
Jay I liked your comment about the endo

2367
01:33:00,179 –> 01:33:05,340
and the Ford F-150 but for my colleague

2368
01:33:03,239 –> 01:33:07,920
you had something to say I was gonna say

2369
01:33:05,340 –> 01:33:09,960
I was gonna say Kristen took took me to

2370
01:33:07,920 –> 01:33:13,739
a birthday dinner

2371
01:33:09,960 –> 01:33:15,239
several years ago in in Atlanta and uh

2372
01:33:13,739 –> 01:33:18,380
at the end of the dinner

2373
01:33:15,239 –> 01:33:24,239
they had a they had a cognac uh flight

2374
01:33:18,380 –> 01:33:26,719
oh that we uh we did and uh yeah and and

2375
01:33:24,239 –> 01:33:31,679
one of them was a Louis XIV

2376
01:33:26,719 –> 01:33:33,179
cognac that that uh we tasted and I have

2377
01:33:31,679 –> 01:33:35,400
to admit

2378
01:33:33,179 –> 01:33:37,980
you know the

2379
01:33:35,400 –> 01:33:40,920
some of the VSOP was as good as the

2380
01:33:37,980 –> 01:33:44,699
Louis XIV I mean all that like hype on

2381
01:33:40,920 –> 01:33:46,320
it was like and what whatever

2382
01:33:44,699 –> 01:33:47,760
well good for you for being able to

2383
01:33:46,320 –> 01:33:50,699
delineate those things because I think a

2384
01:33:47,760 –> 01:33:52,620
lot of people get very confused and they

2385
01:33:50,699 –> 01:33:54,420
see the price point they know it’s

2386
01:33:52,620 –> 01:33:57,060
expensive they know it’s fancy they know

2387
01:33:54,420 –> 01:33:59,159
people love it and that makes them think

2388
01:33:57,060 –> 01:34:00,719
it’s the best so good for you for being

2389
01:33:59,159 –> 01:34:02,219
able to be like I get it people are

2390
01:34:00,719 –> 01:34:04,800
excited about this but like those are

2391
01:34:02,219 –> 01:34:06,600
just as good like that that’s that takes

2392
01:34:04,800 –> 01:34:08,699
some like self-restraint to not get

2393
01:34:06,600 –> 01:34:12,780
caught up in like the hype about things

2394
01:34:08,699 –> 01:34:15,659
you know I I think also like if anything

2395
01:34:12,780 –> 01:34:18,120
the tasting which they were trying to

2396
01:34:15,659 –> 01:34:20,219
make special which was great

2397
01:34:18,120 –> 01:34:24,560
highlighted that because you’re having

2398
01:34:20,219 –> 01:34:28,199
these other really nice cognacs with it

2399
01:34:24,560 –> 01:34:31,500
and it’s basically calling out that like

2400
01:34:28,199 –> 01:34:33,300
this is delicious but it’s not like 10

2401
01:34:31,500 –> 01:34:35,760
times better delicious or even five

2402
01:34:33,300 –> 01:34:38,940
times better delicious it’s like

2403
01:34:35,760 –> 01:34:41,340
about in the same vein yeah so it’s

2404
01:34:38,940 –> 01:34:43,800
really good but it there’s nothing

2405
01:34:41,340 –> 01:34:46,800
particularly amazing or special about it

2406
01:34:43,800 –> 01:34:51,179
yeah yeah yeah there’s very few of those

2407
01:34:46,800 –> 01:34:54,120
like Napa and Sonoma cult wines that I

2408
01:34:51,179 –> 01:34:55,139
feel truly command the price that they

2409
01:34:54,120 –> 01:34:57,239
match

2410
01:34:55,139 –> 01:34:58,980
I’ve never tried enough of them there’s

2411
01:34:57,239 –> 01:35:01,800
some yeah but

2412
01:34:58,980 –> 01:35:05,219
most of them I’m like

2413
01:35:01,800 –> 01:35:08,040
nah I’ll spend a third and get something

2414
01:35:05,219 –> 01:35:10,500
that I’m equally if not more satisfied

2415
01:35:08,040 –> 01:35:11,699
with it I feel like Donna’s peanuts like

2416
01:35:10,500 –> 01:35:14,760
goodness isn’t the same level we’re

2417
01:35:11,699 –> 01:35:17,639
talking about but Donna’s Pinos are

2418
01:35:14,760 –> 01:35:18,960
expensive and they like make my heart

2419
01:35:17,639 –> 01:35:20,400
pitter-patter but it’s not because

2420
01:35:18,960 –> 01:35:22,260
they’re expensive it’s because I just

2421
01:35:20,400 –> 01:35:24,780
like I’m in love with their Pinos that’s

2422
01:35:22,260 –> 01:35:26,760
actually a perfect example because you

2423
01:35:24,780 –> 01:35:28,440
can get a Donna Pino a single Vineyard

2424
01:35:26,760 –> 01:35:32,460
from their estate or from Anderson

2425
01:35:28,440 –> 01:35:35,400
Valley and it’ll be like 180 not like

2426
01:35:32,460 –> 01:35:37,440
not crazy

2427
01:35:35,400 –> 01:35:41,100
definitely not like a Tuesday night wine

2428
01:35:37,440 –> 01:35:44,639
but it’s as good as marketing which is

2429
01:35:41,100 –> 01:35:47,639
like 600 a bottle yeah so yeah like

2430
01:35:44,639 –> 01:35:49,980
perfect example thank you I think like

2431
01:35:47,639 –> 01:35:53,100
word gets around about these like really

2432
01:35:49,980 –> 01:35:55,620
good mid-price buses whether they be

2433
01:35:53,100 –> 01:35:57,360
wine whether they be spirits and then

2434
01:35:55,620 –> 01:36:00,360
all of a sudden there’s a craze like hey

2435
01:35:57,360 –> 01:36:01,980
there’s this really great whatever at

2436
01:36:00,360 –> 01:36:04,620
this really reasonable price and all of

2437
01:36:01,980 –> 01:36:08,159
a sudden pow like the price of it goes

2438
01:36:04,620 –> 01:36:10,800
through the roof colors is like I was

2439
01:36:08,159 –> 01:36:11,639
just gonna say I was just gonna say all

2440
01:36:10,800 –> 01:36:14,699
right I didn’t mean to steal your

2441
01:36:11,639 –> 01:36:17,639
thunder no no no steal it because you

2442
01:36:14,699 –> 01:36:20,159
know what I’m talking about like I used

2443
01:36:17,639 –> 01:36:22,199
to buy Weller all the time for like 40

2444
01:36:20,159 –> 01:36:24,300
50 a bottle

2445
01:36:22,199 –> 01:36:26,659
well I was like this is a great mid and

2446
01:36:24,300 –> 01:36:29,520
this is a great price

2447
01:36:26,659 –> 01:36:32,159
campaign Nashville is what they talk now

2448
01:36:29,520 –> 01:36:33,960
like oh what what do you think you can

2449
01:36:32,159 –> 01:36:36,900
find the entry level well or that now

2450
01:36:33,960 –> 01:36:39,239
like 85 oh I I was just at the liquor

2451
01:36:36,900 –> 01:36:43,940
store and yeah you talk about antique

2452
01:36:39,239 –> 01:36:46,800
you’re talking about entry level 90 yeah

2453
01:36:43,940 –> 01:36:50,040
ninety dollars

2454
01:36:46,800 –> 01:36:53,280
yeah it used to be 40 and now like the

2455
01:36:50,040 –> 01:36:57,060
top uh I I was just at the liquor store

2456
01:36:53,280 –> 01:37:01,219
and it was a thousand dollars

2457
01:36:57,060 –> 01:37:05,300
the top dwellers was never cheap though

2458
01:37:01,219 –> 01:37:05,300
it’s probably like 300.

2459
01:37:07,699 –> 01:37:13,320
but but yeah it’s it’s a hype game you

2460
01:37:11,699 –> 01:37:14,880
know it’s and that’s the thing like

2461
01:37:13,320 –> 01:37:16,560
that’s the same booze in the bottle that

2462
01:37:14,880 –> 01:37:17,940
you used to pay 40 for that you’re now

2463
01:37:16,560 –> 01:37:20,820
paying ninety dollars a bottle for and

2464
01:37:17,940 –> 01:37:22,739
it’s just like what you know we’re in

2465
01:37:20,820 –> 01:37:24,480
charge here and honestly so what Evan’s

2466
01:37:22,739 –> 01:37:25,920
really good at and so I keep telling him

2467
01:37:24,480 –> 01:37:28,380
like we need to figure out a way for him

2468
01:37:25,920 –> 01:37:30,120
to start his own like wine club honestly

2469
01:37:28,380 –> 01:37:32,940
because whereas like we’re just shipping

2470
01:37:30,120 –> 01:37:35,040
bottles of wine because Evan’s skill he

2471
01:37:32,940 –> 01:37:37,500
is so good at finding very high quality

2472
01:37:35,040 –> 01:37:39,500
wines for a very reasonable price point

2473
01:37:37,500 –> 01:37:43,800
like we will drink wines that are like

2474
01:37:39,500 –> 01:37:45,600
13 a bottle 20 a bottle that drink like

2475
01:37:43,800 –> 01:37:47,639
they’re like 60 or 70 dollars a bottle

2476
01:37:45,600 –> 01:37:48,780
and so I’m like dude if we can like we

2477
01:37:47,639 –> 01:37:50,460
just need to figure out how we can

2478
01:37:48,780 –> 01:37:52,260
distribute that and like get that to all

2479
01:37:50,460 –> 01:37:54,300
of you because it’s amazing I wouldn’t

2480
01:37:52,260 –> 01:37:56,040
necessarily say that I ended up finding

2481
01:37:54,300 –> 01:37:57,900
them but I’m good at recognizing them

2482
01:37:56,040 –> 01:37:59,219
yeah I mean you’re gonna being in a

2483
01:37:57,900 –> 01:38:00,840
store and looking at them and being like

2484
01:37:59,219 –> 01:38:02,520
Oh that’s a good price for that like

2485
01:38:00,840 –> 01:38:05,159
because you understand the varietals and

2486
01:38:02,520 –> 01:38:06,540
the years and the regions and but that

2487
01:38:05,159 –> 01:38:08,880
that’s what we’re more about because we

2488
01:38:06,540 –> 01:38:11,820
want people to open amazing beautiful

2489
01:38:08,880 –> 01:38:13,139
wines whiskeys on a Tuesday night we

2490
01:38:11,820 –> 01:38:15,179
don’t want people to have things sitting

2491
01:38:13,139 –> 01:38:17,219
on their shelf for 20 years waiting for

2492
01:38:15,179 –> 01:38:18,659
that special occasion when it’s like but

2493
01:38:17,219 –> 01:38:20,280
you bought it and you were excited about

2494
01:38:18,659 –> 01:38:22,440
it because you were in Italy or you were

2495
01:38:20,280 –> 01:38:24,540
whatever like open it you know and like

2496
01:38:22,440 –> 01:38:27,360
but it’s hard to do if it’s a 600 bottle

2497
01:38:24,540 –> 01:38:31,380
or a 200 bottle like it feels like you

2498
01:38:27,360 –> 01:38:33,360
have to wait to drink it so yeah that’s

2499
01:38:31,380 –> 01:38:35,760
what we’re about we like good value and

2500
01:38:33,360 –> 01:38:37,860
Sharpay is a good value azuni is a good

2501
01:38:35,760 –> 01:38:40,560
value you know we we try to find things

2502
01:38:37,860 –> 01:38:42,980
that are delicious and amazing but good

2503
01:38:40,560 –> 01:38:42,980
value too

2504
01:38:43,280 –> 01:38:47,840
hold it up will it be grammable

2505
01:38:48,420 –> 01:38:52,580
what does that mean

2506
01:38:50,400 –> 01:38:52,580
s

2507
01:38:54,679 –> 01:39:01,739
you got to market the uh the exclusive

2508
01:38:57,840 –> 01:39:03,540
wine club as like the wine curve or

2509
01:39:01,739 –> 01:39:07,320
something like being ahead of the wine

2510
01:39:03,540 –> 01:39:09,840
curve yeah or something like that and

2511
01:39:07,320 –> 01:39:12,719
I’ve got a bottle of

2512
01:39:09,840 –> 01:39:15,239
um oh man what is this

2513
01:39:12,719 –> 01:39:17,580
it’s not it’s not Pappy it’s not well or

2514
01:39:15,239 –> 01:39:20,159
it’s on it’s not blantons

2515
01:39:17,580 –> 01:39:23,219
oh geez I’ve had this bottle for about

2516
01:39:20,159 –> 01:39:25,620
10 years now and I bought it for 90 10

2517
01:39:23,219 –> 01:39:27,360
years ago and I actually just looked

2518
01:39:25,620 –> 01:39:29,820
online not too long ago and that same

2519
01:39:27,360 –> 01:39:32,699
bottle that same vintage is going for

2520
01:39:29,820 –> 01:39:35,960
five thousand dollars a bottle now hot

2521
01:39:32,699 –> 01:39:35,960
negative yeah

2522
01:39:36,540 –> 01:39:40,980
um I’ll look it up here no I was just

2523
01:39:39,540 –> 01:39:43,020
curious if it was with your wine or like

2524
01:39:40,980 –> 01:39:46,080
what category it’s it’s a rye whiskey

2525
01:39:43,020 –> 01:39:48,120
but I had I had three I had the um two

2526
01:39:46,080 –> 01:39:49,980
Bourbons in a rye and the only thing I

2527
01:39:48,120 –> 01:39:53,460
have left now is the

2528
01:39:49,980 –> 01:39:53,460
um right wow

2529
01:39:53,580 –> 01:39:58,139
yeah that’s crazy

2530
01:39:55,980 –> 01:40:01,500
speaking of like reasonably priced wines

2531
01:39:58,139 –> 01:40:03,300
and stuff like that reminds me of um it

2532
01:40:01,500 –> 01:40:04,440
kind of had a light bulb moment when

2533
01:40:03,300 –> 01:40:07,560
you’re talking about price point versus

2534
01:40:04,440 –> 01:40:08,940
quality of all those scores you see in

2535
01:40:07,560 –> 01:40:11,520
the store

2536
01:40:08,940 –> 01:40:13,260
that’s its grading against a

2537
01:40:11,520 –> 01:40:15,719
predetermined

2538
01:40:13,260 –> 01:40:17,880
prototype like it’s a predetermined uh

2539
01:40:15,719 –> 01:40:19,800
category reason I know this is because

2540
01:40:17,880 –> 01:40:22,500
I’m a beer judge and we do the exact

2541
01:40:19,800 –> 01:40:24,840
same thing if you’re judging yeah yeah

2542
01:40:22,500 –> 01:40:28,920
we have a standard against which we we

2543
01:40:24,840 –> 01:40:30,239
rate and it’s like you can have a beer

2544
01:40:28,920 –> 01:40:32,520
that is like

2545
01:40:30,239 –> 01:40:35,100
technically perfect you know the the

2546
01:40:32,520 –> 01:40:37,800
pops hit where you want them to The Malt

2547
01:40:35,100 –> 01:40:40,500
is on point blah blah blah blah but it’s

2548
01:40:37,800 –> 01:40:42,600
lifeless right it’s like yeah yeah your

2549
01:40:40,500 –> 01:40:44,820
technical skill is great you know

2550
01:40:42,600 –> 01:40:47,280
I don’t want to drink it at a bar yeah

2551
01:40:44,820 –> 01:40:48,659
just is what it is and you know I’ve had

2552
01:40:47,280 –> 01:40:50,659
some that I’m like

2553
01:40:48,659 –> 01:40:52,800
especially in Homebrew competitions like

2554
01:40:50,659 –> 01:40:54,420
this beer is going to get a terrible

2555
01:40:52,800 –> 01:40:57,840
score because it’s in the wrong category

2556
01:40:54,420 –> 01:41:00,300
or there isn’t a category for it

2557
01:40:57,840 –> 01:41:02,760
um but it tastes amazing I I want more

2558
01:41:00,300 –> 01:41:04,139
of this how did you make it right and I

2559
01:41:02,760 –> 01:41:06,780
would imagine it’s pretty similar with

2560
01:41:04,139 –> 01:41:09,060
wine in some cases for sure how did you

2561
01:41:06,780 –> 01:41:10,620
get into beer judging

2562
01:41:09,060 –> 01:41:12,600
my dad

2563
01:41:10,620 –> 01:41:15,000
um he was a beer judge and a beer brewer

2564
01:41:12,600 –> 01:41:17,639
back in he started messing around in the

2565
01:41:15,000 –> 01:41:19,620
90s back before you know craft beer was

2566
01:41:17,639 –> 01:41:21,060
kind of a thing and it was like if you

2567
01:41:19,620 –> 01:41:22,500
want anything other than American light

2568
01:41:21,060 –> 01:41:24,360
lager

2569
01:41:22,500 –> 01:41:25,800
you gotta make it yourself buddy because

2570
01:41:24,360 –> 01:41:28,620
uh no one else is going to give it to

2571
01:41:25,800 –> 01:41:30,120
you yeah yeah cool that’s great yeah we

2572
01:41:28,620 –> 01:41:32,580
have some friends who are beer judges as

2573
01:41:30,120 –> 01:41:34,920
well and also Homebrew and it’s a yeah

2574
01:41:32,580 –> 01:41:36,900
it’s a fun it’s an interesting

2575
01:41:34,920 –> 01:41:39,480
interesting kind of past time to do that

2576
01:41:36,900 –> 01:41:40,860
and to taste these beers and sidebar

2577
01:41:39,480 –> 01:41:43,800
connected

2578
01:41:40,860 –> 01:41:46,440
um the whiskey that Suzanne proclaimed

2579
01:41:43,800 –> 01:41:50,699
to be her favorite whiskey from charbet

2580
01:41:46,440 –> 01:41:54,139
is also one that kind of defies a lot of

2581
01:41:50,699 –> 01:41:57,480
categorization categorization and is

2582
01:41:54,139 –> 01:41:59,639
incredibly contentious among whiskey

2583
01:41:57,480 –> 01:42:02,280
whiskey enthusiasts

2584
01:41:59,639 –> 01:42:04,980
and I feel like it’s partially because

2585
01:42:02,280 –> 01:42:07,260
they can’t step outside themselves just

2586
01:42:04,980 –> 01:42:10,139
a little bit and be like is this

2587
01:42:07,260 –> 01:42:13,500
delicious right regardless of whether or

2588
01:42:10,139 –> 01:42:15,179
not right is aligned with like a mash

2589
01:42:13,500 –> 01:42:16,739
bill that you know

2590
01:42:15,179 –> 01:42:18,060
I mean even just because it’s like I

2591
01:42:16,739 –> 01:42:21,239
feel like a lot of whiskey enthusiasts

2592
01:42:18,060 –> 01:42:23,760
are very much like bourbon Rye

2593
01:42:21,239 –> 01:42:25,260
everything else doesn’t exist right and

2594
01:42:23,760 –> 01:42:27,659
that’s just like kind of [ __ ] in my

2595
01:42:25,260 –> 01:42:30,420
mind and so what charbada charbet makes

2596
01:42:27,659 –> 01:42:31,920
all of their whiskeys from finished beer

2597
01:42:30,420 –> 01:42:33,360
so

2598
01:42:31,920 –> 01:42:35,280
um one of the whiskeys that are in the

2599
01:42:33,360 –> 01:42:38,280
kit next month is actually distilled

2600
01:42:35,280 –> 01:42:41,100
from racer five beer so racer five IPA

2601
01:42:38,280 –> 01:42:43,739
it’s um it’s this one right here so it’s

2602
01:42:41,100 –> 01:42:46,139
called R5 whiskey and so they take racer

2603
01:42:43,739 –> 01:42:49,260
5 IPA and they distill it and Marco’s

2604
01:42:46,139 –> 01:42:50,760
full philosophy is junk and junk out

2605
01:42:49,260 –> 01:42:51,960
right like if you wouldn’t drink what

2606
01:42:50,760 –> 01:42:53,280
you’re putting in the still it’s going

2607
01:42:51,960 –> 01:42:54,420
to be even more delicious if you would

2608
01:42:53,280 –> 01:42:55,739
drink what you’re putting in the still

2609
01:42:54,420 –> 01:42:58,080
and then you’re just concentrating that

2610
01:42:55,739 –> 01:42:59,520
flavor and it’s really fascinating but

2611
01:42:58,080 –> 01:43:01,980
there are a lot of whiskey enthusiasts

2612
01:42:59,520 –> 01:43:03,840
who are like oh beer whiskey that’s not

2613
01:43:01,980 –> 01:43:06,480
a thing but it’s like it’s delicious

2614
01:43:03,840 –> 01:43:08,100
like it might not be the categories that

2615
01:43:06,480 –> 01:43:10,619
exist the things that are you know but

2616
01:43:08,100 –> 01:43:13,560
it’s really amazing so yeah fascinating

2617
01:43:10,619 –> 01:43:15,659
yeah yeah for sure

2618
01:43:13,560 –> 01:43:17,219

2619
01:43:15,659 –> 01:43:19,080
yeah we always tell people it’s funny

2620
01:43:17,219 –> 01:43:20,880
with this with like our kids too people

2621
01:43:19,080 –> 01:43:22,199
are like what if I don’t like it what if

2622
01:43:20,880 –> 01:43:25,139
I don’t like the things you sent in the

2623
01:43:22,199 –> 01:43:26,400
kit and we’re like that’s okay like

2624
01:43:25,139 –> 01:43:28,199
we’re not gonna give you your money back

2625
01:43:26,400 –> 01:43:30,060
because you don’t like it like because

2626
01:43:28,199 –> 01:43:32,639
like that’s not the point like the point

2627
01:43:30,060 –> 01:43:34,139
you ate the old steak sir well if you

2628
01:43:32,639 –> 01:43:36,600
ate the whole steak

2629
01:43:34,139 –> 01:43:38,280
we can’t you can’t send it back to the

2630
01:43:36,600 –> 01:43:40,500
kitchen but it’s also like the point

2631
01:43:38,280 –> 01:43:42,480
isn’t to like deliver you things that

2632
01:43:40,500 –> 01:43:44,340
you already know you like and that are

2633
01:43:42,480 –> 01:43:46,560
perfectly suited to your palette the

2634
01:43:44,340 –> 01:43:48,600
point is to like push your

2635
01:43:46,560 –> 01:43:50,699
perception your child you like challenge

2636
01:43:48,600 –> 01:43:52,920
you a little bit to say oh you’ve never

2637
01:43:50,699 –> 01:43:55,139
had this and it’s confusing to you but

2638
01:43:52,920 –> 01:43:56,520
do you like it right and why do you like

2639
01:43:55,139 –> 01:43:57,900
it or why don’t you like it and I just

2640
01:43:56,520 –> 01:44:00,360
feel like that’s the way to approach

2641
01:43:57,900 –> 01:44:02,480
approach drinking and food

2642
01:44:00,360 –> 01:44:02,480
yeah

2643
01:44:03,300 –> 01:44:08,330
close to wellers

2644
01:44:05,340 –> 01:44:11,100
that’s right yeah

2645
01:44:08,330 –> 01:44:13,500
[Music]

2646
01:44:11,100 –> 01:44:16,020
yeah I had a bottle of that and then I

2647
01:44:13,500 –> 01:44:19,679
was looking for the other um like 12 and

2648
01:44:16,020 –> 01:44:23,159
15 year olds they’re going for like 10K

2649
01:44:19,679 –> 01:44:24,780
plus now which is amazing because 10

2650
01:44:23,159 –> 01:44:27,139
years ago when I bought those things

2651
01:44:24,780 –> 01:44:29,639
they were a hundred bucks or something

2652
01:44:27,139 –> 01:44:31,980
that’s the one that has it’s almost like

2653
01:44:29,639 –> 01:44:33,860
a decanter shape right

2654
01:44:31,980 –> 01:44:36,719
um

2655
01:44:33,860 –> 01:44:39,239
no that’s Landon’s

2656
01:44:36,719 –> 01:44:42,780
yeah no no no no the the will it that

2657
01:44:39,239 –> 01:44:45,060
you you’re right Evan right yeah they do

2658
01:44:42,780 –> 01:44:49,619
have those but they have the classical

2659
01:44:45,060 –> 01:44:51,000
wine bottle uh too yeah yeah you’re

2660
01:44:49,619 –> 01:44:53,580
gonna sell your bottle Jay

2661
01:44:51,000 –> 01:44:57,900
oh no because I have like two shots

2662
01:44:53,580 –> 01:44:59,880
worth oh you had some ah yeah and so so

2663
01:44:57,900 –> 01:45:02,639
uh Evan if you want to like finish off

2664
01:44:59,880 –> 01:45:04,560
this bottle like come out all right I’ll

2665
01:45:02,639 –> 01:45:06,360
come visit you yeah

2666
01:45:04,560 –> 01:45:09,060
um it’s it’s really funny because I went

2667
01:45:06,360 –> 01:45:13,580
to go have a shot of um some of my

2668
01:45:09,060 –> 01:45:18,060
Bourbon and the cork screwed up and it

2669
01:45:13,580 –> 01:45:20,820
disintegrated and so I um I I got it all

2670
01:45:18,060 –> 01:45:22,739
out I filtered it out and I had it in a

2671
01:45:20,820 –> 01:45:24,239
plastic tupperware container in my

2672
01:45:22,739 –> 01:45:25,800
freezer

2673
01:45:24,239 –> 01:45:27,659
and I would tell I would tell people

2674
01:45:25,800 –> 01:45:29,580
that come over like the most expensive

2675
01:45:27,659 –> 01:45:32,360
uh booze that I have here is actually in

2676
01:45:29,580 –> 01:45:37,260
this tupperware container

2677
01:45:32,360 –> 01:45:41,000
that’s great that’s great I love that

2678
01:45:37,260 –> 01:45:41,000
ah good times

2679
01:45:42,840 –> 01:45:47,820
what sort of uh bruises have you guys uh

2680
01:45:45,239 –> 01:45:50,420
explored that um that’s new and tickled

2681
01:45:47,820 –> 01:45:50,420
to your fancy

2682
01:45:50,480 –> 01:45:57,420
have we had anything of late

2683
01:45:54,780 –> 01:45:59,340
I’ve been getting I feel like in the

2684
01:45:57,420 –> 01:46:02,699
summer I really get into

2685
01:45:59,340 –> 01:46:04,500
um like operativos and amaro’s just like

2686
01:46:02,699 –> 01:46:07,139
mix the soda water kind of like that’s

2687
01:46:04,500 –> 01:46:09,360
kind of like my go-to summer cocktail is

2688
01:46:07,139 –> 01:46:10,860
like Campari like things and so we’ve

2689
01:46:09,360 –> 01:46:13,440
been I’ve been exploring a lot of like

2690
01:46:10,860 –> 01:46:14,580
craft in that world that are like the

2691
01:46:13,440 –> 01:46:16,980
bitter

2692
01:46:14,580 –> 01:46:18,179
herbal Botanical kind of the mix of soda

2693
01:46:16,980 –> 01:46:21,980
water

2694
01:46:18,179 –> 01:46:21,980
but other than that I’m trying to think

2695
01:46:22,139 –> 01:46:29,520
um the Brewers down at Arizona

2696
01:46:25,619 –> 01:46:33,360
wilderness Brewing Company in Phoenix

2697
01:46:29,520 –> 01:46:36,659
killer who are all about like you know

2698
01:46:33,360 –> 01:46:40,080
weird foraging and like let’s make a

2699
01:46:36,659 –> 01:46:42,360
brown ale but let’s put some cumin and

2700
01:46:40,080 –> 01:46:44,940
turmeric in it and then also let’s

2701
01:46:42,360 –> 01:46:47,280
forage some like

2702
01:46:44,940 –> 01:46:50,040
wild mustard yeah

2703
01:46:47,280 –> 01:46:51,960
anyway which can be really bad honestly

2704
01:46:50,040 –> 01:46:54,420
like we all know breweries lots of

2705
01:46:51,960 –> 01:46:56,340
examples of that so many examples of

2706
01:46:54,420 –> 01:46:57,780
like this experimental Brewing where

2707
01:46:56,340 –> 01:46:59,820
like it’s just like this makeup straight

2708
01:46:57,780 –> 01:47:02,219
here that is awful like there’s more

2709
01:46:59,820 –> 01:47:05,460
awful examples I think the good but

2710
01:47:02,219 –> 01:47:07,679
Arizona wilderness is like expert at it

2711
01:47:05,460 –> 01:47:10,260
like everything they make is like they

2712
01:47:07,679 –> 01:47:11,420
have a pistachio milkshake Stout that’s

2713
01:47:10,260 –> 01:47:14,760
like

2714
01:47:11,420 –> 01:47:16,020
mind-blowing like they they just they do

2715
01:47:14,760 –> 01:47:17,219
it well like they’re one of the

2716
01:47:16,020 –> 01:47:18,600
breweries that you walk in and you’re

2717
01:47:17,219 –> 01:47:20,280
like what are the weird ones and let me

2718
01:47:18,600 –> 01:47:22,080
try those and and you don’t only want

2719
01:47:20,280 –> 01:47:23,340
two sips of it you actually want like a

2720
01:47:22,080 –> 01:47:26,400
whole

2721
01:47:23,340 –> 01:47:30,000
but they so I have a friend that works

2722
01:47:26,400 –> 01:47:33,320
there and they sent him home with a

2723
01:47:30,000 –> 01:47:40,800
little jar of right

2724
01:47:33,320 –> 01:47:42,980
Chipotle no mole mole infused her neck

2725
01:47:40,800 –> 01:47:42,980
okay

2726
01:47:43,400 –> 01:47:48,300
it sounds weird right it’s that way I’m

2727
01:47:45,960 –> 01:47:51,659
gonna show it no it is so uh it doesn’t

2728
01:47:48,300 –> 01:47:55,380
just sound weird it is weird but it’s

2729
01:47:51,659 –> 01:47:57,840
also really freaking good

2730
01:47:55,380 –> 01:48:01,560
yeah but you you saying that reminds me

2731
01:47:57,840 –> 01:48:04,679
of the of the menu where they talk about

2732
01:48:01,560 –> 01:48:06,380
the offensive overtaste of the schmorr

2733
01:48:04,679 –> 01:48:09,960
and I think

2734
01:48:06,380 –> 01:48:13,860
Yeah a hundred percent where nothing

2735
01:48:09,960 –> 01:48:16,260
about a s’more is actually good

2736
01:48:13,860 –> 01:48:18,300
and the single ingredients and sometimes

2737
01:48:16,260 –> 01:48:20,639
I’ll eat a marshmallow but I don’t I

2738
01:48:18,300 –> 01:48:22,320
haven’t eaten this more in like

2739
01:48:20,639 –> 01:48:24,060
I can’t tell you how long it’s been at

2740
01:48:22,320 –> 01:48:25,679
least a decade that’s not sure when we

2741
01:48:24,060 –> 01:48:28,159
go camping we know I’ll eat the

2742
01:48:25,679 –> 01:48:28,159
marshmallow

2743
01:48:30,800 –> 01:48:34,080
I feel like you’re always trying to

2744
01:48:32,639 –> 01:48:35,340
convince me to eat this more and I’m

2745
01:48:34,080 –> 01:48:36,659
like I just want a burnt marshmallow

2746
01:48:35,340 –> 01:48:38,699
that’s all I want is a burnt marshmallow

2747
01:48:36,659 –> 01:48:42,020
yeah let’s give up on the whole like a

2748
01:48:38,699 –> 01:48:45,780
charade of bringing graham crackers and

2749
01:48:42,020 –> 01:48:47,520
crappy Hershey’s anyway you guys yeah do

2750
01:48:45,780 –> 01:48:49,739
you guys have experienced my amazing

2751
01:48:47,520 –> 01:48:51,780
version of a s’more which is actually

2752
01:48:49,739 –> 01:48:54,960
way better wait that’s true but remind

2753
01:48:51,780 –> 01:48:57,480
me what it is so

2754
01:48:54,960 –> 01:48:59,639
forget melting chocolate especially

2755
01:48:57,480 –> 01:49:03,060
Hershey’s which is just like Wax like

2756
01:48:59,639 –> 01:49:06,560
gross no don’t want to do that Nutella

2757
01:49:03,060 –> 01:49:09,719
just spread Nutella on it

2758
01:49:06,560 –> 01:49:13,560
and instead of graham crackers use a

2759
01:49:09,719 –> 01:49:17,639
Ginger Snap so two Ginger Snaps Nutella

2760
01:49:13,560 –> 01:49:20,040
and a marshmallow melted expertly

2761
01:49:17,639 –> 01:49:23,100
it does not get better that is the only

2762
01:49:20,040 –> 01:49:24,900
way to use s’mores exactly yeah I’m on

2763
01:49:23,100 –> 01:49:27,780
board with I feel like my issue is I

2764
01:49:24,900 –> 01:49:29,400
like marshmallows burned to a crisp yeah

2765
01:49:27,780 –> 01:49:30,780
it’s real weird I just want a burnt

2766
01:49:29,400 –> 01:49:32,100
marshmallow and that has no place in

2767
01:49:30,780 –> 01:49:34,020
this morning and it’s because you just

2768
01:49:32,100 –> 01:49:35,639
like to take the burnt part off no I

2769
01:49:34,020 –> 01:49:37,320
don’t eat it and then just like burn the

2770
01:49:35,639 –> 01:49:39,860
inside again you don’t think that I’ve

2771
01:49:37,320 –> 01:49:39,860
never done that

2772
01:49:40,159 –> 01:49:46,320
I think the secret to a good uh

2773
01:49:43,800 –> 01:49:49,199
marshmallow is the length of time that

2774
01:49:46,320 –> 01:49:51,360
you just let it true it’s on the outside

2775
01:49:49,199 –> 01:49:54,119
and so you just let that thing heat up

2776
01:49:51,360 –> 01:49:55,980
and then you get the the crisp you know

2777
01:49:54,119 –> 01:49:58,980
it’s it’s on the outside for a good long

2778
01:49:55,980 –> 01:50:01,619
time but the thing about Ashmore is I’ve

2779
01:49:58,980 –> 01:50:04,560
always hated the

2780
01:50:01,619 –> 01:50:07,199
um the graham cracker because it’s so

2781
01:50:04,560 –> 01:50:09,000
hard in comparison to the chocolate and

2782
01:50:07,199 –> 01:50:12,360
the marshmallow and you just end up it’s

2783
01:50:09,000 –> 01:50:14,580
everywhere it’s an explosion of yuck and

2784
01:50:12,360 –> 01:50:17,820
so what I did in my last camping trip as

2785
01:50:14,580 –> 01:50:19,380
I got the soft chocolate chip cookies to

2786
01:50:17,820 –> 01:50:22,980
hold them instead and there was a better

2787
01:50:19,380 –> 01:50:24,780
consistency crunch I could see that yeah

2788
01:50:22,980 –> 01:50:26,880
yeah people always think people who like

2789
01:50:24,780 –> 01:50:29,040
burnt marshmallows are lazy but I feel

2790
01:50:26,880 –> 01:50:31,440
like you you you’re right Jay you do

2791
01:50:29,040 –> 01:50:33,420
still have to toast it slowly to get it

2792
01:50:31,440 –> 01:50:35,159
melty and then you stick it in the fire

2793
01:50:33,420 –> 01:50:36,139
at the end and like get the crispy

2794
01:50:35,159 –> 01:50:39,300
crispy

2795
01:50:36,139 –> 01:50:43,380
Zach um I just read your comments oh

2796
01:50:39,300 –> 01:50:45,360
trout said I would uh I was reading it

2797
01:50:43,380 –> 01:50:49,139
and there was this really weird like

2798
01:50:45,360 –> 01:50:51,980
moment where I read smoked trout and my

2799
01:50:49,139 –> 01:50:55,800
mouth started salivating yeah

2800
01:50:51,980 –> 01:50:57,960
and then I read smoked trout Stout and

2801
01:50:55,800 –> 01:50:59,880
then my mouth started salivating because

2802
01:50:57,960 –> 01:51:01,320
I thought I was gonna throw

2803
01:50:59,880 –> 01:51:04,260
laughs

2804
01:51:01,320 –> 01:51:05,940
yeah yeah that was about however every

2805
01:51:04,260 –> 01:51:09,560
other judge at the table went they’re

2806
01:51:05,940 –> 01:51:09,560
like oh oh

2807
01:51:10,260 –> 01:51:15,300
why

2808
01:51:12,179 –> 01:51:18,780
well I that’s a logic though probably

2809
01:51:15,300 –> 01:51:19,980
was oyster Scouts are very popular right

2810
01:51:18,780 –> 01:51:22,320
like it always starts out they’re

2811
01:51:19,980 –> 01:51:24,000
delicious and they’re salty and and so

2812
01:51:22,320 –> 01:51:26,340
they were probably like what about a

2813
01:51:24,000 –> 01:51:28,139
smoker like I I can see how someone

2814
01:51:26,340 –> 01:51:29,520
could brainstorm that and think maybe

2815
01:51:28,139 –> 01:51:32,219
that’s a good idea I feel like you have

2816
01:51:29,520 –> 01:51:34,020
to just do it and not tell anyone and

2817
01:51:32,219 –> 01:51:35,820
then see what they think about it and

2818
01:51:34,020 –> 01:51:38,639
then tell them what’s in it once you

2819
01:51:35,820 –> 01:51:41,880
have it perfected but like

2820
01:51:38,639 –> 01:51:43,920
at a Homebrew competition yeah it’s

2821
01:51:41,880 –> 01:51:47,179
probably going to be totally out of

2822
01:51:43,920 –> 01:51:47,179
whack and discombobulated

2823
01:51:48,960 –> 01:51:54,780
yeah

2824
01:51:50,820 –> 01:51:55,639
dead fish beer that this year

2825
01:51:54,780 –> 01:51:58,920
yeah

2826
01:51:55,639 –> 01:52:01,679
because that’s like a kind of weirdly

2827
01:51:58,920 –> 01:52:03,540
like obscure name that they kind of

2828
01:52:01,679 –> 01:52:05,820
inspire you I mean their names are so

2829
01:52:03,540 –> 01:52:07,440
weird anyways yeah

2830
01:52:05,820 –> 01:52:09,600
um Zach where do you guys live what’s

2831
01:52:07,440 –> 01:52:12,800
your what’s your beer market like out

2832
01:52:09,600 –> 01:52:12,800
there first in area

2833
01:52:15,320 –> 01:52:21,020
we’re originally from Tennessee actually

2834
01:52:18,239 –> 01:52:21,020
okay cool

2835
01:52:22,080 –> 01:52:27,900
cool so Springfield you said yeah okay

2836
01:52:24,840 –> 01:52:30,239
okay gotcha so you’re near Boston

2837
01:52:27,900 –> 01:52:32,460
Chelsea which yes I know I know who’s

2838
01:52:30,239 –> 01:52:34,020
gonna probably ring some alarm Bells no

2839
01:52:32,460 –> 01:52:35,580
that’s fine no I

2840
01:52:34,020 –> 01:52:37,320
got it um yeah

2841
01:52:35,580 –> 01:52:40,260
but that’s some good crop there in in

2842
01:52:37,320 –> 01:52:42,440
New England like really good craft beer

2843
01:52:40,260 –> 01:52:45,119
um yeah

2844
01:52:42,440 –> 01:52:46,520
we found some good stuff what are some

2845
01:52:45,119 –> 01:52:49,980
of your favorites out there

2846
01:52:46,520 –> 01:52:52,260
uh Trillium yeah Trillium is kind of

2847
01:52:49,980 –> 01:52:54,239
that like you know they’re like oh we’re

2848
01:52:52,260 –> 01:52:55,320
gonna make a peanut this isn’t a real

2849
01:52:54,239 –> 01:52:58,460
example but we’re gonna make like a

2850
01:52:55,320 –> 01:53:00,960
peanut butter vanilla

2851
01:52:58,460 –> 01:53:02,880
marshmallow Stout and you’re like that

2852
01:53:00,960 –> 01:53:04,199
sounds like too much sounds like it’s

2853
01:53:02,880 –> 01:53:07,260
gonna be horrible and then they’re just

2854
01:53:04,199 –> 01:53:09,659
like well mail it yeah technically an

2855
01:53:07,260 –> 01:53:11,159
unreal example and it’s actually kind of

2856
01:53:09,659 –> 01:53:13,139
similar to the approach that Arizona

2857
01:53:11,159 –> 01:53:15,060
wilderness takes yeah they really do

2858
01:53:13,139 –> 01:53:17,940
well wait a minute what

2859
01:53:15,060 –> 01:53:19,440
Curry and peanut butter brown ale yeah

2860
01:53:17,940 –> 01:53:20,820
and then you’re like oh yeah actually

2861
01:53:19,440 –> 01:53:22,800
it’s really good

2862
01:53:20,820 –> 01:53:25,800
yeah have you guys

2863
01:53:22,800 –> 01:53:28,139
um gone for the like crazy speaking of

2864
01:53:25,800 –> 01:53:30,199
the high-end like Cults following the

2865
01:53:28,139 –> 01:53:33,119
have you done the Treehouse Journey yet

2866
01:53:30,199 –> 01:53:35,340
people keep talking about it but like

2867
01:53:33,119 –> 01:53:36,780
they’re always like assuming we’ve

2868
01:53:35,340 –> 01:53:38,820
already done it but honestly I haven’t

2869
01:53:36,780 –> 01:53:40,320
heard anything from Treehouse themselves

2870
01:53:38,820 –> 01:53:43,139
so I’m kind of like

2871
01:53:40,320 –> 01:53:44,760
whatever yeah it’s it’s one of those

2872
01:53:43,139 –> 01:53:46,860
deals that they they play the supply

2873
01:53:44,760 –> 01:53:48,060
demand game they they act like they

2874
01:53:46,860 –> 01:53:49,920
don’t have enough and so they’re the

2875
01:53:48,060 –> 01:53:51,239
line out the door and people line up and

2876
01:53:49,920 –> 01:53:53,100
wait like because I actually went and

2877
01:53:51,239 –> 01:53:55,199
toured their Brewery and got like a back

2878
01:53:53,100 –> 01:53:58,500
door kind of path and they just built a

2879
01:53:55,199 –> 01:54:00,780
new Brewery that has huge capacity like

2880
01:53:58,500 –> 01:54:02,100
there is no reason for anyone to have to

2881
01:54:00,780 –> 01:54:04,020
wait in line for their beer anymore

2882
01:54:02,100 –> 01:54:05,880
especially in the middle of winter yeah

2883
01:54:04,020 –> 01:54:08,159
like I was there on the day and it was

2884
01:54:05,880 –> 01:54:09,780
like snowing and people are out in line

2885
01:54:08,159 –> 01:54:12,540
with their coolers and like they can

2886
01:54:09,780 –> 01:54:14,100
only get like two 12-pack and I’m just

2887
01:54:12,540 –> 01:54:15,960
like I hate this [ __ ] [ __ ] like I’m

2888
01:54:14,100 –> 01:54:18,600
sorry like I hate it I can’t stand it

2889
01:54:15,960 –> 01:54:19,980
like yeah I know beer is good like

2890
01:54:18,600 –> 01:54:21,920
they’re beer that was what you really

2891
01:54:19,980 –> 01:54:24,719
think Suzanne

2892
01:54:21,920 –> 01:54:27,780
it is dumb like that kind of stuff is

2893
01:54:24,719 –> 01:54:29,760
it’s disingenuous I I feel like it it it

2894
01:54:27,780 –> 01:54:31,920
it it

2895
01:54:29,760 –> 01:54:34,080
well it denigrates the craft beer like

2896
01:54:31,920 –> 01:54:35,880
and it misaligns people with like

2897
01:54:34,080 –> 01:54:39,300
actually like spending the time and

2898
01:54:35,880 –> 01:54:43,679
energy to support the producers that are

2899
01:54:39,300 –> 01:54:43,679
doing the things that are right uh

2900
01:54:43,880 –> 01:54:48,600
do you know knock about

2901
01:54:46,560 –> 01:54:50,719
talk about in Cape Cod

2902
01:54:48,600 –> 01:54:50,719
s

2903
01:54:51,260 –> 01:54:57,780
their milkshake ipas are lights out

2904
01:54:55,280 –> 01:54:59,880
really that’s not two things I would put

2905
01:54:57,780 –> 01:55:01,739
together but I will take your word for

2906
01:54:59,880 –> 01:55:03,060
it yeah and I don’t even really like

2907
01:55:01,739 –> 01:55:07,739
ipas

2908
01:55:03,060 –> 01:55:09,780
yeah they’re just divisive yeah yeah and

2909
01:55:07,739 –> 01:55:12,540
then in Framingham Jack’s Abby in

2910
01:55:09,780 –> 01:55:14,639
Springdale are connected they’re great

2911
01:55:12,540 –> 01:55:16,440
they’re great the whole reason I came up

2912
01:55:14,639 –> 01:55:18,480
here was for a job offer and I had two

2913
01:55:16,440 –> 01:55:20,040
from the same company if I had taken the

2914
01:55:18,480 –> 01:55:22,380
other one and my office was going to be

2915
01:55:20,040 –> 01:55:25,760
literally across the street from Jack’s

2916
01:55:22,380 –> 01:55:25,760
Abby that would have been dangerous

2917
01:55:29,400 –> 01:55:34,380
it was right on the border before you

2918
01:55:31,440 –> 01:55:35,400
crossed into

2919
01:55:34,380 –> 01:55:38,940
yeah

2920
01:55:35,400 –> 01:55:40,619
we stopped there there’s fire pit

2921
01:55:38,940 –> 01:55:42,179
I don’t think about I’ll think of that

2922
01:55:40,619 –> 01:55:43,800
it’s on the border of New Hampshire New

2923
01:55:42,179 –> 01:55:46,860
Hampshire and

2924
01:55:43,800 –> 01:55:48,659
um in the Andover area I used to work up

2925
01:55:46,860 –> 01:55:50,580
there no it’s actually in New Hampshire

2926
01:55:48,659 –> 01:55:52,380
it’s near Hampton Beach it’s near it’s

2927
01:55:50,580 –> 01:55:53,239
near where Patrick is from

2928
01:55:52,380 –> 01:55:57,000
um

2929
01:55:53,239 –> 01:55:59,780
oh near the sea oh I knew I knew what

2930
01:55:57,000 –> 01:56:03,960
you’re talking about like I probably

2931
01:55:59,780 –> 01:56:06,540
knows Monday news oh my God yes heard of

2932
01:56:03,960 –> 01:56:08,760
it haven’t been there yeah that was

2933
01:56:06,540 –> 01:56:12,420
super good and then what was the other

2934
01:56:08,760 –> 01:56:15,060
one that was right uh just North of

2935
01:56:12,420 –> 01:56:17,159
Boston Proper as we were making our way

2936
01:56:15,060 –> 01:56:19,380
up there that we stopped off in the

2937
01:56:17,159 –> 01:56:21,060
parking lot oh I can’t remember that one

2938
01:56:19,380 –> 01:56:22,860
that was in the stereo one

2939
01:56:21,060 –> 01:56:24,360
I thought those beers were really good

2940
01:56:22,860 –> 01:56:26,400
too anyway

2941
01:56:24,360 –> 01:56:29,400
that was a new adventure going to New

2942
01:56:26,400 –> 01:56:32,100
England and she showed me the ropes

2943
01:56:29,400 –> 01:56:34,980
in the winter I just would like to point

2944
01:56:32,100 –> 01:56:36,480
out that I’m just finally made the final

2945
01:56:34,980 –> 01:56:39,420
cocktail

2946
01:56:36,480 –> 01:56:40,739
and it did come out really perfect yeah

2947
01:56:39,420 –> 01:56:44,520
that’s beautiful that’s exactly right

2948
01:56:40,739 –> 01:56:46,560
that’s lovely yes hey I want to ask you

2949
01:56:44,520 –> 01:56:50,580
about the uh the final cocktail because

2950
01:56:46,560 –> 01:56:53,280
as I drank it the layer of red wine

2951
01:56:50,580 –> 01:56:56,340
really stayed at the top as I drank it

2952
01:56:53,280 –> 01:56:59,340
was there a like consistency difference

2953
01:56:56,340 –> 01:57:01,500
that helped it rise to the top yeah

2954
01:56:59,340 –> 01:57:04,860
that’s that’s the whole like specific

2955
01:57:01,500 –> 01:57:06,540
density of whatever it is like oil and

2956
01:57:04,860 –> 01:57:10,080
water won’t mix

2957
01:57:06,540 –> 01:57:11,940
unless you emulsify them and if you put

2958
01:57:10,080 –> 01:57:14,219
them in the right order on top of each

2959
01:57:11,940 –> 01:57:16,320
other they will put it on top of one

2960
01:57:14,219 –> 01:57:21,560
another the same way Guinness will sit

2961
01:57:16,320 –> 01:57:21,560
on top of hearts indefinitely yeah

2962
01:57:22,860 –> 01:57:26,000
pretty delicious

2963
01:57:24,300 –> 01:57:29,520
size nerd

2964
01:57:26,000 –> 01:57:31,199
we accidentally mixed the red wine and

2965
01:57:29,520 –> 01:57:33,540
my bad

2966
01:57:31,199 –> 01:57:34,920
because we alternate making cocktails

2967
01:57:33,540 –> 01:57:37,020
and then because I used to be a

2968
01:57:34,920 –> 01:57:38,820
bartender and so I was like no no that’s

2969
01:57:37,020 –> 01:57:40,860
not how you do it you layer it you do

2970
01:57:38,820 –> 01:57:44,460
the thing with the spoon and the

2971
01:57:40,860 –> 01:57:46,560
but you use some voter box came through

2972
01:57:44,460 –> 01:57:48,420
for us so I was just like this is how

2973
01:57:46,560 –> 01:57:51,060
you do it what do you guys think about a

2974
01:57:48,420 –> 01:57:53,460
box how’s our wine what do you think

2975
01:57:51,060 –> 01:57:55,800
um we haven’t tried it it’s more for me

2976
01:57:53,460 –> 01:57:58,260
because I’m a nurse and so I drink like

2977
01:57:55,800 –> 01:57:59,699
I can’t drink a whole bottle of wine in

2978
01:57:58,260 –> 01:58:02,340
the like amount of time you need to

2979
01:57:59,699 –> 01:58:05,040
drink wine because it’s all over the

2980
01:58:02,340 –> 01:58:08,540
place so I like photobox because you can

2981
01:58:05,040 –> 01:58:11,760
have it for like a month essentially and

2982
01:58:08,540 –> 01:58:13,920
I you know I drink it at all different

2983
01:58:11,760 –> 01:58:16,500
times a day whether it’s like I get off

2984
01:58:13,920 –> 01:58:17,820
a shift a day shift or I come home and

2985
01:58:16,500 –> 01:58:20,340
like drink it at eight o’clock in the

2986
01:58:17,820 –> 01:58:22,619
morning before I go to bed 100 yeah

2987
01:58:20,340 –> 01:58:25,080
right it’s uh it’s really great because

2988
01:58:22,619 –> 01:58:28,260
I feel like too it’s you know it’s they

2989
01:58:25,080 –> 01:58:30,420
really focus on the uh the environmental

2990
01:58:28,260 –> 01:58:34,080
standpoint of like they try to use a

2991
01:58:30,420 –> 01:58:35,880
little plastic as possible too so yeah

2992
01:58:34,080 –> 01:58:37,560
it’s a bad rap and it’s partially

2993
01:58:35,880 –> 01:58:40,260
because boxed wine originally got

2994
01:58:37,560 –> 01:58:42,239
adopted like way back when by low

2995
01:58:40,260 –> 01:58:44,040
quality Brands honestly like it was very

2996
01:58:42,239 –> 01:58:47,400
low quality and then they were doing it

2997
01:58:44,040 –> 01:58:49,199
more for cost savings purposes than for

2998
01:58:47,400 –> 01:58:51,420
like anything else because glass is

2999
01:58:49,199 –> 01:58:53,760
expensive right and so these low quality

3000
01:58:51,420 –> 01:58:55,980
brands that were only like eight bucks a

3001
01:58:53,760 –> 01:58:58,440
bottle or something anyway then put

3002
01:58:55,980 –> 01:59:00,480
themselves in boxes and so then boxed

3003
01:58:58,440 –> 01:59:03,599
wine as a category got a really bad

3004
01:59:00,480 –> 01:59:07,380
reputation as being just like craft wine

3005
01:59:03,599 –> 01:59:08,639
um and there’s better wines now but I

3006
01:59:07,380 –> 01:59:09,840
think Boda is being one of them we

3007
01:59:08,639 –> 01:59:11,460
haven’t tried it but we’ve heard good

3008
01:59:09,840 –> 01:59:13,560
things about it that they’re putting

3009
01:59:11,460 –> 01:59:16,260
higher quality wine in boxline but then

3010
01:59:13,560 –> 01:59:19,080
the rub of that is people expect Fox

3011
01:59:16,260 –> 01:59:20,580
wine to be like 15 for a box but if it’s

3012
01:59:19,080 –> 01:59:22,619
a higher quality wine it’s going to be

3013
01:59:20,580 –> 01:59:25,440
like 30 or 40 for a box but that’s like

3014
01:59:22,619 –> 01:59:27,599
two bottles three bottles you know I

3015
01:59:25,440 –> 01:59:30,060
mean most boxes are three liters which

3016
01:59:27,599 –> 01:59:30,840
is four bottles of wine yeah and so for

3017
01:59:30,060 –> 01:59:33,840
like

3018
01:59:30,840 –> 01:59:36,599
the premium category which is I think

3019
01:59:33,840 –> 01:59:40,580
twelve dollars a bottle and up is the

3020
01:59:36,599 –> 01:59:42,659
premium quality like tier about like

3021
01:59:40,580 –> 01:59:44,820
governmental whatever

3022
01:59:42,659 –> 01:59:47,639
so people have a hard time justifying

3023
01:59:44,820 –> 01:59:49,139
spending 40 or 50 on a box of wine

3024
01:59:47,639 –> 01:59:51,060
because they think it’s craft wine

3025
01:59:49,139 –> 01:59:53,280
because it used to be craft wine so

3026
01:59:51,060 –> 01:59:55,199
there’s this really vicious cycle that’s

3027
01:59:53,280 –> 01:59:57,659
like holding boxed wine back when in

3028
01:59:55,199 –> 02:00:00,119
reality it’s amazing for the environment

3029
01:59:57,659 –> 02:00:02,219
it cuts cost so it makes wine a little

3030
02:00:00,119 –> 02:00:04,139
bit cheaper for consumers and like

3031
02:00:02,219 –> 02:00:06,560
you’re saying it allows you to basically

3032
02:00:04,139 –> 02:00:09,480
have like a tap at home in your fridge

3033
02:00:06,560 –> 02:00:12,300
awesome like yeah that’s that’s what I

3034
02:00:09,480 –> 02:00:15,060
really enjoy about it is that yeah you

3035
02:00:12,300 –> 02:00:16,739
know we you know well you know like we

3036
02:00:15,060 –> 02:00:18,659
we live closer to the city and so

3037
02:00:16,739 –> 02:00:20,340
there’s all these little it’s not like

3038
02:00:18,659 –> 02:00:22,080
New York where there’s like bodegas but

3039
02:00:20,340 –> 02:00:24,239
essentially it’s like corner stores or

3040
02:00:22,080 –> 02:00:27,239
whatever like the Packy

3041
02:00:24,239 –> 02:00:30,480
um yeah the Packy

3042
02:00:27,239 –> 02:00:33,960
um on like Corners where like I think I

3043
02:00:30,480 –> 02:00:36,300
walked from our apartment up a block and

3044
02:00:33,960 –> 02:00:38,219
like two blocks over in like a blizzard

3045
02:00:36,300 –> 02:00:40,679
to just get a bottle of champagne

3046
02:00:38,219 –> 02:00:42,179
because it was snowing but that’s what I

3047
02:00:40,679 –> 02:00:44,400
really enjoy about the box right is that

3048
02:00:42,179 –> 02:00:46,199
I can just go get get it and then I have

3049
02:00:44,400 –> 02:00:49,380
yeah like you said it’s like I have wine

3050
02:00:46,199 –> 02:00:53,820
on tap yeah essentially and I mean

3051
02:00:49,380 –> 02:00:55,560
that’s what blew my mind is I had a a

3052
02:00:53,820 –> 02:00:57,960
friend one time he was an aspiring

3053
02:00:55,560 –> 02:00:59,460
sommelier tell me like yeah that’s the

3054
02:00:57,960 –> 02:01:02,820
best way to package wine and I’m like

3055
02:00:59,460 –> 02:01:05,280
what are you talking about I know yeah

3056
02:01:02,820 –> 02:01:07,380
it’s like well you know here’s the first

3057
02:01:05,280 –> 02:01:09,119
thing cork the reason why they have you

3058
02:01:07,380 –> 02:01:10,739
smell it is because it could be infected

3059
02:01:09,119 –> 02:01:12,179
when you have a synthetic cork you don’t

3060
02:01:10,739 –> 02:01:13,619
have that problem and we’ve had that

3061
02:01:12,179 –> 02:01:14,940
before we’ve had that before we’ve had

3062
02:01:13,619 –> 02:01:17,940
to send back a bottle it’s rare but it

3063
02:01:14,940 –> 02:01:19,320
happens and then well then the other

3064
02:01:17,940 –> 02:01:22,159
problem is oxygen well how do you get

3065
02:01:19,320 –> 02:01:22,159
rid of that a bag

3066
02:01:27,800 –> 02:01:33,380
the vast majority of wine that is

3067
02:01:31,080 –> 02:01:37,020
produced worldwide

3068
02:01:33,380 –> 02:01:39,900
is meant to be consumed

3069
02:01:37,020 –> 02:01:42,960
pretty much upon release yeah it’s not

3070
02:01:39,900 –> 02:01:46,619
meant that like five percent of wine has

3071
02:01:42,960 –> 02:01:49,920
the capability of aging gracefully for

3072
02:01:46,619 –> 02:01:54,900
more than five years and maybe like two

3073
02:01:49,920 –> 02:01:54,900
percent for longer than that and

3074
02:01:55,020 –> 02:01:59,760
at that within that like age

3075
02:01:58,020 –> 02:02:02,880
constriction

3076
02:01:59,760 –> 02:02:06,360
the the packaging that it’s in

3077
02:02:02,880 –> 02:02:09,420
Bears no impact on what the quality of

3078
02:02:06,360 –> 02:02:12,300
the product is going to be impacted by

3079
02:02:09,420 –> 02:02:15,360
what is packaged in and so something

3080
02:02:12,300 –> 02:02:17,880
that is lightweight I mean I don’t know

3081
02:02:15,360 –> 02:02:20,880
like this is this is kind of a

3082
02:02:17,880 –> 02:02:24,599
slightly off topic but a bottle of San

3083
02:02:20,880 –> 02:02:26,400
Pellegrino from Italy a liter bottle of

3084
02:02:24,599 –> 02:02:29,900
San Pellegrino

3085
02:02:26,400 –> 02:02:32,699
costs about five ounces of crude oil

3086
02:02:29,900 –> 02:02:35,580
just to be shipped to the United States

3087
02:02:32,699 –> 02:02:37,619
yeah because of the weight look at the

3088
02:02:35,580 –> 02:02:39,659
glass yeah and so if you can cut that

3089
02:02:37,619 –> 02:02:41,820
out it really makes a difference so I

3090
02:02:39,659 –> 02:02:42,900
just put in the chat a box line that we

3091
02:02:41,820 –> 02:02:44,340
really like we actually did a virtual

3092
02:02:42,900 –> 02:02:46,560
tasting with them I don’t know two years

3093
02:02:44,340 –> 02:02:47,820
ago it’s in our YouTube playlist if you

3094
02:02:46,560 –> 02:02:50,099
want to go watch it

3095
02:02:47,820 –> 02:02:52,560
um but unit and so they’re one of the

3096
02:02:50,099 –> 02:02:55,560
wine makers who’s like like Evan looks

3097
02:02:52,560 –> 02:02:57,780
at The Vineyards they’re using like what

3098
02:02:55,560 –> 02:02:59,639
grapes they’re getting and it is like a

3099
02:02:57,780 –> 02:03:01,440
high quality like delicious wine it’s

3100
02:02:59,639 –> 02:03:03,239
not in your grocery store but they will

3101
02:03:01,440 –> 02:03:05,880
ship it to you

3102
02:03:03,239 –> 02:03:07,500
um and but but it’s like it’s 56 for a

3103
02:03:05,880 –> 02:03:09,139
box of wine you know but it’s like two

3104
02:03:07,500 –> 02:03:11,520
bottles worth of wine

3105
02:03:09,139 –> 02:03:13,139
dollars for a box of wine is a little

3106
02:03:11,520 –> 02:03:16,560
bit more than people are used to

3107
02:03:13,139 –> 02:03:19,380
spending yeah but but the quality is

3108
02:03:16,560 –> 02:03:20,699
very much there yeah and what we liked

3109
02:03:19,380 –> 02:03:23,099
about it so it’s funny because you know

3110
02:03:20,699 –> 02:03:25,920
Evan being a sommelier wine tour is like

3111
02:03:23,099 –> 02:03:28,199
we have an amazing amazing selection of

3112
02:03:25,920 –> 02:03:30,780
wine but when we have unit in our house

3113
02:03:28,199 –> 02:03:32,940
when we were testing it for this event

3114
02:03:30,780 –> 02:03:34,920
that’s all we drink for like two or

3115
02:03:32,940 –> 02:03:36,659
three weeks because we were like you

3116
02:03:34,920 –> 02:03:38,300
want white wine or red wine what do you

3117
02:03:36,659 –> 02:03:40,560
want because they were both okay

3118
02:03:38,300 –> 02:03:42,480
it just felt like we had House White and

3119
02:03:40,560 –> 02:03:44,360
house red on tap all the time they were

3120
02:03:42,480 –> 02:03:46,679
both delicious and they were delicious

3121
02:03:44,360 –> 02:03:48,719
completely ignored all of our other wine

3122
02:03:46,679 –> 02:03:50,219
and we’re like this is great to have

3123
02:03:48,719 –> 02:03:52,020
like a house pack we should get some

3124
02:03:50,219 –> 02:03:53,340
more of that yeah yeah we should for the

3125
02:03:52,020 –> 02:03:55,800
summer especially like the white is

3126
02:03:53,340 –> 02:03:57,060
happening in the fridge cool let’s check

3127
02:03:55,800 –> 02:03:58,679
out photo box too because I have heard

3128
02:03:57,060 –> 02:04:00,780
good things about them

3129
02:03:58,679 –> 02:04:02,340
no

3130
02:04:00,780 –> 02:04:03,780
all right friends we could stay here and

3131
02:04:02,340 –> 02:04:06,300
chat with you all night this is always

3132
02:04:03,780 –> 02:04:08,699
this is this is our our blessing and our

3133
02:04:06,300 –> 02:04:10,080
flaw that but we we are going to make

3134
02:04:08,699 –> 02:04:12,060
dinner yeah we should probably go eat

3135
02:04:10,080 –> 02:04:13,139
some dinner and organize ourselves a

3136
02:04:12,060 –> 02:04:15,000
little bit and you guys probably should

3137
02:04:13,139 –> 02:04:16,800
see you guys are on the East Coast

3138
02:04:15,000 –> 02:04:19,139
East Coast Michael I think you’re on the

3139
02:04:16,800 –> 02:04:20,520
East Coast as well so it’s late for you

3140
02:04:19,139 –> 02:04:21,900
thank you for joining us I hope you had

3141
02:04:20,520 –> 02:04:24,960
a good time and I hope we see you all

3142
02:04:21,900 –> 02:04:27,719
all next week or next month for the Epic

3143
02:04:24,960 –> 02:04:28,800
yeah it’s gonna be so good please join

3144
02:04:27,719 –> 02:04:29,599
next month because it’s going to be

3145
02:04:28,800 –> 02:04:31,860
awesome

3146
02:04:29,599 –> 02:04:35,520
Marco’s so fun

3147
02:04:31,860 –> 02:04:38,400
awesome thank you and I missed that

3148
02:04:35,520 –> 02:04:41,780
stuff bye thanks thank you so much thank

3149
02:04:38,400 –> 02:04:41,780
you have a great night

3150
02:04:41,880 –> 02:04:44,300
see you guys

3151
02:04:43,490 –> 02:04:50,330
[Music]

3152
02:04:44,300 –> 02:05:00,120
[Applause]

3153
02:04:50,330 –> 02:05:00,120
[Music]

3154
02:05:00,500 –> 02:05:04,450
[Applause]

3155
02:05:02,760 –> 02:05:07,069

3156
02:05:04,450 –> 02:05:07,069
[Music]

Until next time… Drink craft and drink the world. Cheers!

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