【ハワイトリップ】ワイキキに新しくできたレストラン紹介(VLOG)

By Brian Lemay 12 comments

So today our friend who creates all the LoveTabi videos on our channel lives in Hawaii so we’d planned to do a video shoot with him but Taishi had to go to another shoot. Since I suddenly had some free time I decided to come to Kahala Mall. Taishi and I have been wanting to […]

Bruno Mars Carpool Karaoke

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THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR HELPING ME GET TO WORK TODAY. THIS TRAFFIC HAS BEEN TERRIFIC. WHAT HAVE WE GOT? ♪ TONIGHT I JUST WANT TO TAKE YOU HIGHER ♪ THROW YOUR HANDS UP IN THE SKY >>SING IT JAMES!>>James: SING IT LET’S SET THIS PARTY OFF RIGHT ♪ PLAYERS, PUT YO’ PINKY RINGS UP […]

From Cask to Bottle with Colin Hampden-White: Fermentation | INSEEC Wine & Spirit Institute

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Scotland: known for its natural beauty and enduring mysteries – one of the greatest being the secrets of whisky-making passed down from generation to generation for hundreds of years amongst its winding scenery. In the last episode, we found out how mashing transforms malted barley seeds into a thick, sugary and frothy mixture known as […]

Australian Wine Unmatched: Raw Power

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Here we go! Swirl. Smell. Taste. TARAS: Spit it out. That’s it. I drank some. We’re in trouble now. (UPBEAT MUSIC) I’m Taras Ochota. I’ve got a little winery called Ochota Barrels. I had a misspent youth playing in punk bands and I sort of love that edginess and sort of play the top string […]

Bacchus – God Of Wine

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Bacchus was the god of wine, god of fertility, the god of the banquet, so for the exhibition he’s really important. You can see in this statue he has grapes in his hair, because he was the god of the vine, he has his cup of wine, because wine was his, and he has even […]

Do Wine Makers Really Walk Over Grapes With Their Feet?

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Perhaps no image is more synonymous with the act of wine making than that of a person smushing grapes with their bare feet to extract the precious juices contained therein (in the grapes, not the inevitably sweaty feet). But did winemakers ever commonly do this? The answer to this question largely depends on who you […]

Le Cordon Bleu London – Diploma in Wine, Gastronomy and Management

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The programme enabled me to learn huge amount about countries and regions, about winemaking, food and wine pairing, the nature of the industry itself. How to taste wines, how to access, how to sell it. People who train at Le Cordon Bleu are the ones who are going to sell it and telling the stories […]

Types of Red Wine : Gamay Wine Facts

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I’m going to tell you a little bit about a grape called Gamay. Now I don’t expect you have heard of Gamay, because it’s not very well known, it’s also not very widely grown. The main wine that is made from the Gamay grape is called Bogle. And Bogle is a region in France, just […]

Dragons fight over jaw-dropping multi-million pound business | Dragons’ Den – BBC

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We both traveled in from New York. So we haven’t been in the UK for very long so I think we’re feeling the effects of travel a little bit Hopefully we’re not too rusty as we start getting a grilling from the Dragons But will the pair be returning to the Big Apple with more […]

$17 Fried Chicken Vs. $500 Fried Chicken

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– Oh look who it is. Andrew! Andrew! – How did you find me? – It is the day. The day we’ve all been waiting for. Fried chicken. – Fried chicken. – Fried chicken. – Let’s eat that fried chicken. – Alrighty. – Alrighty. – Today, okay. We are in New York City, baby. Today […]