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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

06:30 min | 6 months ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

"But let's see. Let's be scientific. Beautiful nose. Oh dark berries dark plums fleshy ripe and you can get the sort of the toffee edge with the toffee finish of the bourbon barrels. That's trendy these days right? Some wineries are aging in whiskey barrels from Canada or bourbon barrels from Kentucky, which is American whiskey to get that caramelized finish off lovely. I'm sensing some tannins right up front bit of mouth puckering but really lovely wine some caramelization on the Finish. Loving that. Okay back to the Merlot. That's pretty good. I put that as first runner-up in terms of pairing not in terms of wife quality. This is a very good wine again. But here's the thing this has that sort of bourbon caramel. So you've got that lovely sort of sweet Edge to it off. I don't think that's needed. I think what's needed is a Counterpoint of a biting penal when I say that don't take that the wrong way this lovely penal but it's got a sort of nervy edge too. It's like, you know good dinner party guests kind of makes comments where everybody at first might say and then gets into the conversation cuz it's really interesting. So I would put that as first runner-up and second runner-up would be the Wayne Gretzky because butter on butter makes a good pairing but not the most interesting pairing. The color of the Merlot is dark. This is a rich girl. Red robe love seeing robe beautiful beautiful knows I also asked the folks from Taco Bell what glass to serve it in? I thought what are they doing with glassware at Taco Bell with this wine? And they intrusive e-marketing tradition told me that they leave that up to guests so you can dial it up or dial it down. So this would be dialing up but it's meant to be casual and you know, I see lots of articles by wine writers including myself sommeliers and so on doing these high low pairings between fast food or or even candy and you know, Halloween's coming up and wine, so it's not like oh Horrors, what are they doing? I don't know I think democratizing is too big a word but it is broadcasting the welcome mat or welcome gesture to people to say. Yeah, you don't need to have filet mignon with wine. It's for everyday living like dead. We're getting down to being very practical these days at home and why not? Just why not right Steve is the acidity of the Pinot Noir greater than the Merlot. Yes and took a point and that's probably also why I think the penal works better the acidity at least the perceived acidity. I'm not talking technical specs here of the Pinot definitely more apparent definitely off my mouth water up and down the sides so that would definitely be contributing to this pairing. Good point Steven. There was some surprising things. They were telling me when I bought them about this the only made a hundred sixteen cases, of course. Yeah, it's going to sell out but still I don't think anyone was expecting it and the News went totally viral. It was off NPR I listen to CBC nprm BBC you can kind of get a notion of my leanings here, but it was on all of the newscasts. It was on talk shows and all kinds of stuff wage. Been everywhere and apparently winemaker. Rob Powers acquaintances been on the phone constantly taking interview questions. I think he was kind of finding it amusing that he's been in the business for twenty years and this page what goes viral and you know, someone asked well don't you think that's kind of selling out your boutique artisanal wiring I say no I say if this puts you on the map off all the wineries are struggling right now from covid-19. Oh May close and another 45 will I think dramatically reduce staff permanently. So it's been difficult. So if you can get this kind of a win and get people into your world and developed that direct consumer relationship most importantly so that you have a fall back for whatever happens in the future cuz obviously everything is happening this year. It seems to be like Armageddon time. That's a good thing. So I do not sniff a small boutique winery working with what we might perceive as a large fast-food brand new age. Go for it. Right? And what else did they say? Yeah. So this is the 2018 vintage. It has lower sugar than previous vintages and similar acidity and alcohol their Oak is from new barrels because they are young Winery. So they have a new Barrel program. Yeah, so I just find that fascinating. Deb I wonder if other chains will follow suit or if the winery plans to create another wine for Taco Bell say for burritos, so they're holding their cards close to their chest not announcing plans, but I am sure what the success of this Something's Gotta follow whether it's more of this wine or other lines. I mean I got I believe when it sells out in less than a day. It's been a success with people are getting promoted. I heard Cracker Barrel is coming out with a wine and there's a new book coming out. I think the writer is Vanessa Pryce. I just heard about this. It's called Big Macs and Burgundy wine caterings for something not normal people but for our times or whatever so it's on trend. Christine says I say it won't be long for other chance to follow. Yes, and you know the adage in the restaurant business maybe not the fast food or takeout restaurant business is.

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

Unreserved Wine Talk

04:58 min | 10 months ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Unreserved Wine Talk

"Since the show aired the Union for the defense of natural wines, based in France has come out with a definition of natural wines and involves twelve rules among them that the grapes are organic hand harvested, and that the yeast is wild and native to the area, not a commercial strain, and that there is less than thirty milligrams of sulfur per liter in the wine. As well, there are no winemaking interventions such as reverse osmosis to reduce the alcohol level, filtration or flash pasteurization to stabilize the wine. This vin methodic natural is recognized by the National Institute for Origins and quality the NATO. Which is the French Ministry for Agriculture and the French Fraud Control, Office and wines that comply with these rules will be allowed to have the designation on their label. The hope is that this classification becomes adopted throughout Europe and then the rest of the winemaking world. There is a lot of debate and push back against such definition, because many believe that what a natural wine is should be left to the interpretation of the winemaker. And that it will differ from region to region based on different climactic and soil conditions among other things. They also believe that you can't co defy a winemaking, philosophy and approach to life and small-scale farming. There's also the fear that big corporations will co OP. The term meant for Boutique Artisanal producers and diminish consumer trust or at a minimum create confusion. Never to Darren points out that orange winds may or may not be natural lines. Their definition, though has greater clarity since it refers to a winemaking technique rather than to a philosophy. Orange or Are White, wines that are amended on their skins for some length of time, which imparts color flavor and Tannin the latter being unusual for white wines. Orange Windsor often great wines for Ip, a beer, fans or red wine drinkers who want a white wine with a little more heft. It's a relief to know that blue wine is probably a fad notes of antifreeze in scope anyone. Ironically scope ran a recent commercial with too snobby wine tasters in seller swirling the brands mouthwash in a wine glass. Please save us. Number four I agree with Darren that ingredient labelling on wine bottles would be helpful, even if it does cause some confusion initially. I know that when restaurants started putting calorie counts beside menu items. My eating habits changed for the better. You won't want to miss next week when I'll be chatting with Dr. Antonia Manta, she's a professor of marketing and consumer psychology at Brock University's Goodman School of business in Saint Catharines Antero now I. Know I mentioned this last week that we'd be chatting with her this week, but there were some scheduling changes. Antonia is an associate fellow, the cool climate, ethnology and viticulture institute. C. C., O. V. I. or Covy. The university's research institute focused on the Canadian grape and wine industry. She runs behavioral experiments out of the consumer perception and Cognition Laboratory. She'll be chatting with us about celebrity athletes who own wineries and how the fit between the athletes particular sport affects our perception of the wine. We'll look at examples from the world of. Wrestling and speed skating. And, it's not what you'd expect. Antonia joins me from the university in Saint Catharines next week. In the meantime, if you missed episode twelve about the hotly debated topic and trend of wine scores go back and take a listen I'll share a short clip with you now to wet your appetite. For the first few years that I wrote about wine. I didn't score them as I. Just didn't have the confidence to do it. I just wrote tasting notes. However. My readers kept asking for scores as they really wanted this shorthand for their shopping lists. Some wanted to do a quality price ratio analysis or Using my score for quality against the price of the wine. Like the way they evaluate shares of a company. So to be of service, I started writing wines. However I still don't score winds below eighty as I don't think they're worth your time or attention. Do. You really want to remember a long list of wines that you shouldn't buy. However this easily understood shorthand for quality is also the most difficult to pin down.

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on UN News

UN News

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on UN News

"This is Daniel Dickinson for U. N.. News Passion and storytelling a tour of the key ingredients to become a wine expert according to so Michelle Gaetan. A certified smiliar based in New Orleans in United States biscay tone transition from politics to event management and then became came one of the minority of female semillas currently working in the US. She spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project cold dignity at work the American experience documents the working life of people across the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Islands Office for the United States sent down with her during a tasting event at a wind. Cornball in New Orleans we focus on education that's the main focus here at Swirl I'm a consultant. I work throughout the city. This is one of my main stays. It's one of the places to work at because people come in You know for education for Great Selection Beth. The owner does a great job of selecting electing wines. That are Boutique Artisanal. That's what we focus on so we pour by the glass we retail shop so by the bottles well and a lot of seminars seminars. Which I've been part of Teaching some of the seminars as well so lot of educational efforts here. Did you ever think you'd be doing this. Show twenty years ago I was in D.. We see in politics. I got the hell out of After a very successful race but after that I worked in event management and With a company that was global so I traveled the world but wine and food and people were passion New Orleans is home Tom. I came back five years ago. So what was the inflection point. When did you decide? This is what I'm GONNA do honestly. I was was working on a yacht in in Europe for the company I worked with and I was planning. I planned this big event I loved wine at the time I was interested but when it became a passion and it just became an obsession with this one point out on the after the event the stewardess of the yacht came up and said. Would you like a glass of wine. I was exhausted ahead. You know planned all the travel arrangements for everybody participating summating everything from sunup to sundown and when she gave me a glass of Chardonnay. And I wanted to call bull I tasted it and it was burgundy which I knew the difference between American Chardonnay and and French Chardonnay. But that was the moment when I realized that even within one region lesion burgundy you can have so many different styles ones so at that point it became an obsession and a star trek to get certifications and be where I am today. She wanted take to be certified a lot of drinking a lot of tasting a lot of study. It's very very difficult to test a hard Certification and then I've been through the third level To go on to get your masters I've had colleagues. That have stopped stopped working because they need to study for several years years I decided to move back to New Orleans. My job as a master here would not be worth it. I would have have to go elsewhere so I haven't pursued the master level but I'm very happy with where I'm at but it's a Lotta work. It's it's a lot of studying a lot of work and I don't think most people realize realized you drink for a living. Well really I mean kind of but It's it's it's studying is intense. You give me an example apple of something that you doing recently that you thought this is exactly why I do what I do. I mean that's almost every day. I work in my environment when I introduced somebody to something that they he wouldn't have fathomed. You know people people nervous they. They are scared to say a lot of people are scared to say. They don't know a lot about why but they say oh well. I love of calves but as soon as I give them what I love to do is just give them a simple TESA. Tell me you like bold reds and give you a taste of something completely different that you know you haven't heard of just now. I just poured a pig near leto sparkling wine which is from Italy for somebody and then this. It's amazing how good you know but it's to give people that experience that says. Wow this is cool. You just opened my you know. I just opened their mind up to something something new and different and unique and for me. I go home happy end of the day if somebody's had a unique experience because that's how am I passed. That's how I got started. I had a unique experience experience on a yacht. I like when people leave with a unique experience. I can go home and sleep. You really truly a teacher. I am an educator. I love a love. Educating three characteristics that really important in your business would've three skill sets. Maybe passion is number one because the money is not in this job. There's no there's a lot of money passionate number one number two is Yeah Culture and people and I feel like I'm from New Orleans is a lot of culture in my town in my blood but the the culture what I'm talking about when I say culture culture is the storytelling behind the ones. I think that's so important. It's not about like you said it's not about the technical. It's not about you. How long were the groups mass reading on the skins or how much Mala lactic fermentation to get through? Its you talk about the families and the people behind these wines. I I like stories. That's more of a selling point than the technical data in any level of understanding at my level. You know I appreciate it. Why less because of technical nickel data more because of the story and what? I'm tasting the experience of that moment to read to absolutely being in this industry for a long time and in different states and working in different positions from either selling wine or buying wine and working with customers. A lot of people. Ask me well. What's your favorite wine? which should I drink today tonight? which should I order woods. The best wine. What's the best pairing? My my first question is what do you typically like a woody in the mood for because if I give them my favorite everybody's different so you have to read people so you have to kind of almost dissect their pallet before you recommend to Just more on the kind of job side of things now. You mentioned that in order to go to the higher level. You'd probably have to move from New Orleans but your choice desires to stay here in your hometown so to speak so she wouldn't look mean to you. Workers Important obviously but family in culture very important to so for me. It's finding the balance between my work. My Passion my family culture. That's what working in Sydney. You're you're following it. It's not even just passion. What I often hear from people is that this is my gift on very good? I think I am. I've I've been told that but yes I it's not just passion you have to have maybe a gift or an act but I think that that gift. Your Napkin come with passion. You know you can develop that when you have the passion to develop it and mindedness Chris above until you work before in Washington and you've moved on and you've worked on that boat and you we're putting together planning for Party is now the some a and you have another job that you do as well to to make ends meet here. Yeah so what What have you learned about About yourself and the world around you in in the world of work shall we say and I have learned that that I love experiencing other people in other cultures but also a to be very open to opportunities and that has gotten me along way because there is some opportunities that came. They were presented to me that I I almost feared I've learned not to be fearful and if you if you can't get beyond that you can't be successful and you have to fail and fail and fail before you can be successful or feel like you're good and successful what you do Systems to your canoeist yes absolutely persistence. And yes and creativity to make ends meet. And I've hit rock bottom autumn and I've failed and I've you know lived in cars and sofas and couches and I had a great job in my twenties and I left it all from my passion. And what advice do you give to. For example young women were looking for the world of work looking forward to that. Follow your dreams. Don't let let fear get away and they very open to opportunities even if you don't think it's the right one even if you don't think it's within the realm of your study the or your sphere. I mean I was a political science and literature major so and dance his bed it all of my everything has been left entrance but those are. There's a good turns to tape..

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Passion and story-telling central to wine business

UN News

09:33 min | 1 year ago

Passion and story-telling central to wine business

"Passion and storytelling a tour of the key ingredients to become a wine expert according to so Michelle Gaetan. A certified smiliar based in New Orleans in United States biscay tone transition from politics to event management and then became came one of the minority of female semillas currently working in the US. She spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project cold dignity at work the American experience documents the working life of people across the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Islands Office for the United States sent down with her during a tasting event at a wind. Cornball in New Orleans we focus on education that's the main focus here at Swirl I'm a consultant. I work throughout the city. This is one of my main stays. It's one of the places to work at because people come in You know for education for Great Selection Beth. The owner does a great job of selecting electing wines. That are Boutique Artisanal. That's what we focus on so we pour by the glass we retail shop so by the bottles well and a lot of seminars seminars. Which I've been part of Teaching some of the seminars as well so lot of educational efforts here. Did you ever think you'd be doing this. Show twenty years ago I was in D.. We see in politics. I got the hell out of After a very successful race but after that I worked in event management and With a company that was global so I traveled the world but wine and food and people were passion New Orleans is home Tom. I came back five years ago. So what was the inflection point. When did you decide? This is what I'm GONNA do honestly. I was was working on a yacht in in Europe for the company I worked with and I was planning. I planned this big event I loved wine at the time I was interested but when it became a passion and it just became an obsession with this one point out on the after the event the stewardess of the yacht came up and said. Would you like a glass of wine. I was exhausted ahead. You know planned all the travel arrangements for everybody participating summating everything from sunup to sundown and when she gave me a glass of Chardonnay. And I wanted to call bull I tasted it and it was burgundy which I knew the difference between American Chardonnay and and French Chardonnay. But that was the moment when I realized that even within one region lesion burgundy you can have so many different styles ones so at that point it became an obsession and a star trek to get certifications and be where I am today. She wanted take to be certified a lot of drinking a lot of tasting a lot of study. It's very very difficult to test a hard Certification and then I've been through the third level To go on to get your masters I've had colleagues. That have stopped stopped working because they need to study for several years years I decided to move back to New Orleans. My job as a master here would not be worth it. I would have have to go elsewhere so I haven't pursued the master level but I'm very happy with where I'm at but it's a Lotta work. It's it's a lot of studying a lot of work and I don't think most people realize realized you drink for a living. Well really I mean kind of but It's it's it's studying is intense. You give me an example apple of something that you doing recently that you thought this is exactly why I do what I do. I mean that's almost every day. I work in my environment when I introduced somebody to something that they he wouldn't have fathomed. You know people people nervous they. They are scared to say a lot of people are scared to say. They don't know a lot about why but they say oh well. I love of calves but as soon as I give them what I love to do is just give them a simple TESA. Tell me you like bold reds and give you a taste of something completely different that you know you haven't heard of just now. I just poured a pig near leto sparkling wine which is from Italy for somebody and then this. It's amazing how good you know but it's to give people that experience that says. Wow this is cool. You just opened my you know. I just opened their mind up to something something new and different and unique and for me. I go home happy end of the day if somebody's had a unique experience because that's how am I passed. That's how I got started. I had a unique experience experience on a yacht. I like when people leave with a unique experience. I can go home and sleep. You really truly a teacher. I am an educator. I love a love. Educating three characteristics that really important in your business would've three skill sets. Maybe passion is number one because the money is not in this job. There's no there's a lot of money passionate number one number two is Yeah Culture and people and I feel like I'm from New Orleans is a lot of culture in my town in my blood but the the culture what I'm talking about when I say culture culture is the storytelling behind the ones. I think that's so important. It's not about like you said it's not about the technical. It's not about you. How long were the groups mass reading on the skins or how much Mala lactic fermentation to get through? Its you talk about the families and the people behind these wines. I I like stories. That's more of a selling point than the technical data in any level of understanding at my level. You know I appreciate it. Why less because of technical nickel data more because of the story and what? I'm tasting the experience of that moment to read to absolutely being in this industry for a long time and in different states and working in different positions from either selling wine or buying wine and working with customers. A lot of people. Ask me well. What's your favorite wine? which should I drink today tonight? which should I order woods. The best wine. What's the best pairing? My my first question is what do you typically like a woody in the mood for because if I give them my favorite everybody's different so you have to read people so you have to kind of almost dissect their pallet before you recommend to Just more on the kind of job side of things now. You mentioned that in order to go to the higher level. You'd probably have to move from New Orleans but your choice desires to stay here in your hometown so to speak so she wouldn't look mean to you. Workers Important obviously but family in culture very important to so for me. It's finding the balance between my work. My Passion my family culture. That's what working in Sydney. You're you're following it. It's not even just passion. What I often hear from people is that this is my gift on very good? I think I am. I've I've been told that but yes I it's not just passion you have to have maybe a gift or an act but I think that that gift. Your Napkin come with passion. You know you can develop that when you have the passion to develop it and mindedness Chris above until you work before in Washington and you've moved on and you've worked on that boat and you we're putting together planning for Party is now the some a and you have another job that you do as well to to make ends meet here. Yeah so what What have you learned about About yourself and the world around you in in the world of work shall we say and I have learned that that I love experiencing other people in other cultures but also a to be very open to opportunities and that has gotten me along way because there is some opportunities that came. They were presented to me that I I almost feared I've learned not to be fearful and if you if you can't get beyond that you can't be successful and you have to fail and fail and fail before you can be successful or feel like you're good and successful what you do Systems to your canoeist yes absolutely persistence. And yes and creativity to make ends meet. And I've hit rock bottom autumn and I've failed and I've you know lived in cars and sofas and couches and I had a great job in my twenties and I left it all from my passion. And what advice do you give to. For example young women were looking for the world of work looking forward to that. Follow your dreams. Don't let let fear get away and they very open to opportunities even if you don't think it's the right

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"This is just it was just i i know travis you you tell me that there's a no fawning rule infect but i cannot promise it with dan zuqar i just want to get sloppy about it say let her go camry consumption minimum so i can make this cameron hughes why oh thank you dennis lovely unsolicited testimonial i have to say i'm not like a big afternoon wine drinker real and i am even i gave you my because trump glass i have a because trump class and i promise you this will not be the last of the why why thank you now cameron hughes it's like a warm hug from a bucket of grapes wow what wow i did not make it in ad copy advertising team though let me tell you something at sales team is going to love that one yes stephanie miller's happy our pride cast brought to you by cameron hughes wine have you ever seen this excited about anything travis i'm excited about this i am a wine snob let me tell you what cameron hughes wine is fine quality wine at literally half the price i could not believe the prices of this wine i don't drink cheap wine this is really great wine i drink cheap wine and now i can get really good one for cheap with cameron he was that's the best part exceptional value extraordinary one cameron hughes quality promessi stands behind every bottle unbeatable quality and price i've never heard of anything like this this is wine source from boutique and our teasing wineries from around the world nobody delivers high end boutique artisanal wines better than c h wind dot com they've been doing this for over seventeen years i'm telling you travis i couldn't believe it i saw the prices and i was sure it was not going to be this good it is great we've tried the chardonnay we've tried the pinot noir already it is great wine it's direct to you the finest wines tear door flashback to my kitchen earlier this evening.

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on KARN 102.9

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"With an unlimited then secured supply of pleasure sticks available for the general to enjoy it's time for national cigar light tation maneuver as well i have just placed into my hot little pause the march two thousand eighteen officers club selection the officers club selection for this month is the crowned heads sample let me unzip the very nice very elegant cigar dave officers flip pouch reveal three fantastic cigars from crown hits i the four kicks the luck karam very very nice diverse cigars from crowned heads ron heads was started boutique artisanal cigar manufacturer and distributors started he's gotta be maybe about seventy years ago now john huber and mike kander john was with ceo cigars as was mike as well as general cigar and they decided to go out on their own and they have teamed up with some incredible manufacturers including a nesto peres correo epc cigars ernest career one of the great cigar blenders cigar manufacturers in fact i set up a lunch with all of them way back and the first cigar the crowned heads launched is the four kicks introduced back in two thousand eleven seven years ago medium bodied cigar rich in flavor let me pull this baby outs beautiful mice red and gold band dark rapper almost looks like madurai but it is not the aroma the cigar just the scenery notes the sweetness i want to eat the cigar that's how incredible this cigar smells ecuadorian habanero rapper darker bano rapper it's not a madero but it looks like a madero nicaraguan binder nicaraguan fillers some nice spicy sweet flavors snotty nose sheree suite on the on the nose right now this is a magnificent cigar comes in about five six different sizes but everybody received the toros size a correction the euro boost dose is five inches in length with a fifty ring gauge or fifty fifty four four seven inch in diameter so just under an inch in diameter and the suggested retail prices in the eight nine dollar category for the four kicks show magnificent cigar that's what i will enjoy today part of the cigar dave officers club march two thousand eighteen selection featuring the crown had sampler this for kicks as well as the luck haram another magnificent cigar and luminoso cigar.

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"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"boutique artisanal" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Southeastern sorry and so this is a misguided holden actually get to try it before i purchased it says looking for something really nice quality single origin single source and something a little more carefully crafted than a lot of what i have access to here in the us while the for a little bit of context like when you and i first met you word knob as cow drinker because you come from where two kilos made and so tequila has always been the superior product until very recently when moscow was kind of taken off as a boutique artisanal product as well right and so yeah and i've been super impressed ed wood villages in the rest of mexico have done with them as carl walz to your credit that you've been willing to like give what was traditionally an inferior product chance now that they're clearly trying to do it a better job with it you know what i mean right yeah ina and i'd like to try new things in and it makes me happy that villages aircraft in this product that they can be super incredibly proud of because you know it's super high quality really really smooth really delicious was changing the standard for as scott totally and we talked about on the show before about how i medicine provides provides an economic alternative to more elicit a substances that could be grown and exported in those regions but also like it takes some of the pressure off of police go where visa gavee plants take a long time to mature and so you don't wanna put too much pressure on the the agov a growing regions of how lease go so it's almost better that everybody in mexico gets to produce a superior product right and spread out manned a little bit right and the single planned can take anywhere between eight to ten years to mature.

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