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"mark jato" Discussed on Divine Naples Podcast

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"mark jato" Discussed on Divine Naples Podcast

"Yeah i try to wear the same thing or combinations of the same things every day why keeps life simple less to think about reserve bandwidth for the and try to move around a little bit and i'm a big daily routine guy are you yes really everday is pretty predictable okay so we're gonna keep him alive here yeah his the book is written by a woman named patricia highsmith she wrote a book called talented mister ripley okay cool soviet days ago and we had this immediate chemistry click enemy decided to start down doing podcast maybe we'll be able to help some orders i'm to be personality on our podcast own his own show here and i will let him introduce himself how's it going this is freddie when i w i i like to wake up in the morning we dead noise just just the magical kazakhstan right and maybe we will create contended will be never aging and somehow freely will become to be history figured being right in many many things so it because we just keep me keep me incognito so i'm very familiar with that we didn't voice noise or wherever USA roosters are my thing to try when i'm doing my best daily routine is key you know well it's interesting oh so you very organized very methodical i would say right really have you know somehow exposed you know your stuff but i just wanna say something about freddie here he came to the coffee shop view maybe a year ago yes i came in and out for three years or so i'd come in for a month and out i was traveling full time for three years outside the country thirty day how do i start my day yeah well i try to wake up with the sun like jason do you agree with that yeah you like can you hear the roosters i've roosters out outside of my place so i hear the roosters next door start to do their thing uh-huh waking up and everybody knows this voice is rich behind a mic and this divine naples podcast saw let's say your name is freddie what did you choose that freddie miles in gaza former broadcasting beginning this talk adults and today we have i would say another guest because you will be nov that's nice try pretty so you you started your the early the needed one jim well yeah on the good days i go straight to the gym uh-huh just just kicked on and let me ask you just want to introduce you a little bit and very coming from so sounds good open and very interesting and i just immediately thought it would be a nice to you know make records over that so let's keep this going so you moved to naples government based i can't discuss freddie come on you're the secret edward snowden excuse me but yeah hoop in naples for a while as stop on my way to hawaii okay yeah i was based in hawaii for a long time based human based like a for next decade or something who knows who knows i'm always open to what comes next but for now this is home okay so legislate keep it the and things well these this is very click the chemistry's there just very interesting i have to tell you the conversations that we had here are so sounds some successes some failures hopefully you're always failing forward oh that's interesting thought oh well if you do it and make sure you put your hands so on my way out west stop in naples i had some family here and i just kinda fell in love with the place also so now you're gonna this is gonna be your destination freddie hawaii's that they'll be about this character what is it this is not your real name so we know that right freddy is a character in one of my favorite movies and books think to go back and business or what do you think you know yes i think i'd like to get back into commerce but i want to do it smarter and mojo simple but make sure people know a little bit more about you so you had a few businesses right very successful businesses now you've kind of trying to rediscover yourself necessarily harder okay working from anywhere around the world optimizing ourselves for health and wealth probably yeah you want to fail small and win big every go so now people really getting a little glimpse of talk about anything you want lifestyle entrepreneurship is my specialty living life with working smart smarter um more enjoyable way each time oh that's cool let me is in no time is that i've got eleven thirty okay good soy's after lunch cast one of the previous podcasts instead of going south i just took a write in an ended up here what do you think about our podcast the podcast is self convinced fresh ideas maybe detox whatever you wanna call it right so now is the time we feel life where are you trying to find this second breadth right yeah i've had ups and downs that's my cue to get up time to get up now everybody knows everybody listening to this podcast on DNA delivered casino i grew up in a village somewhere we don't say the country about interesting thinks that near objectives on on issues that are happening maybe they'll be happening maybe people maybe help business owners because first cup of coffee i'm really sitting here having a cup of coffee and having this conversation so let's talk about lifestyle what do you think about naples lifestyle general in in this ration- that is living working in places let's talk about different countries that he experienced and let's compare lifestyle here europe asia you chilling downey sunday you here divine april's coffee shop probably feel good i wandered in this morning i felt i felt the actually i stumbled into your offi believe it or not in coffee shop i've been moving since six o'clock this morning and setting annabel helping and donating some coffee to local church so you all are going to be really interesting so you had to sell your business we don't do any more details than that and you just end up jobless are you and some different places what do you think i agree it sounds fantastic so what what is your favorite country let's start with this oh man that's tough one time but anyways so italy yes can i ask about this coffee because it's fantastic is it turkish because it has an interesting so eighteen sixty two first coffeehouse into all opened in in vienna they invented roasting machine and they strictly they strictly i sound like i'm selling something just have nothing for sale nothing nothing nothing to gain vis either so it's twelve thirty this is my first cup of coffee in australia so the coffee you can tell comes from three countries the arabic countries we don't know origin because they don't yes so what's your favorite preparation style well we jump from the lifestyle in italy to me and having coffee because of the stanford quality and quality of the podcast is one of the things too so we are happy to be able to serve you too coffee the coffee is roasted a us only are becoming and what that means is the coffee is the highest quality can probably find involved the very strong there's no bitterness them up there so people can listen but you know we wanna keep the podcast interesting with different subjects and i want you to be part of the one podcast of ican we can thank you have a lot to offer and and you know your experience because he traveled the world and you fairly young you know it's just amazing and i my opinion is pinks incredibly well done you it's it's so well done it was a little intimidating to jump on this i thought we would just hang out and talk about whatever so it's nice well the couple of favorites i would say i'm attached to sicily so it'll realize that's part of italy but its place there's no after two days there's really you can you can taste a lot of fruits and and the coffee is very high quality so we are happy to have this coffee listener i'm sure mad you'll be very happy to hear that you know he he put a lot of our survey that with me and we have over three hundred shows you'll be eh just we can create a lot of all you for young business owners here or even older business owners here in naples florida so let's just start with this subject get micro focused on things social like wine coffee i've been all about pizza recently but i i did several months traffic is julius minal we finally got the first brennan coffee shop which is jewish brandt they started yeah well yeah you you've ever been there yeah it's a it's a pretty amazing place so it has so much history because it has the african invasion the greeks were there for interesting we're not on a different topic because lifestyle in italy is all about coffee that all that's true that's true so if he culture okay my version but of course i'm not following the perfect i'm not a perfect example because i don't follow the instructions which comes to instruction manual and that is the daydream or you know talk to your friend but you need to turn off on and sometime i don't because i had a lot of things here and you see me moving around so you know it's an easy you said it yourself you don't up here you'll like it from now you're going to be coming more often you're going to get detected and plus we are happy you like our podcast finally have i you know you cannot surprise your knowledge of history then forget about turks turks are everywhere they kind of they they nailed holier say then is roasted in italy or austria but it's family owned business five hundred employees generations so it's really interesting going around looking at different coffees and i'd been ordering mock jato just makihata right and i would i would someone would serve me with like a lot mark jato different in fact i'm pulling up video here and you can see well i can see it but nobody else because well let me just yeah no too so i i i put a little extra effort there and that always count so yes my best preparation reserve i'm just you know for longer a sipping coffee shoe grounded and stays there for five minutes before it starts sinking so you know it's it's amazing coffee depends how i feel during today just you know sip the i'm on a little foam on top and i up and i'm a coffee nerd so i've been all over the world tasting coffee i go into these micro i i like to put a little foam in fact i like to do my phone with with this with heavy cream if possible so kind of gives a creamier flavor and there's item so the whole thing but what do you think about this quality credible yeah in fact it's it's i almost don't want to ruin the taste with any foam which is the the coffee that drape there in there but if i need a little jolt you know two three expressive during the day at that would be my thing sugar content so i can stay within my keto diet oh my god you know this is funny thing i i love everybody's diet and everybody's gluten free and everybody's a long time and also the foresee italian so it's just a fascinating what about turkish you forget about the turks were in there to make sure we are clearly we know our study you need to take fifteen and offer fifteen minutes when drinking julius mine and just you know just kind of you can star in the wall and just also have cafe culture so they are really experts in being in the moment that's drip if i need to just you know get energy and experts writer i like espresso macchiato version of it okay so it depends on the coffee so let's say we have these vena blend that is the drip and i love because it's very smooth he can drink this day and sometime i have to all right let's go to the subject of the italian lifestyle what is i'll talk to you in that country well land cultures and italian italy france spain shop and just fascinating it's when they see you they stop thinking their full attention to you of course he thought he doesn't have been so they roast coffee because they know they have a lot of good women there so shortsighted parsley in italy and partially in to stay on the break because i drink too much of it and the espresso being just straight express all you know it's amazing the kremlin top you you know some lemon cellos or something like this and by the end of that four to six hours you really know that person within a day you really have a relationship which is different than here where isn't that and and the f- fasting wherever you go everybody does all of things now hurricane comes and public is empty how that happens so they they value one on one communication they love to bump into each other and the town square or the coffee anything for one hundred percent short on do one or two and that's my thing from very long time because i want to disappoint anybody and i can say you know i did it next or something and you just bump into each other again and just just you know the connection is there you don't lose the friendship and that's that's just what i miss a lot of times i don't you wanna so busy about where we're heading well this is fantastic you know i really liked what he saying because i miss europe and this is one of the things we i miss example i have a lot of italian frontier and one of them whose name is luca he used to be managed to in milano milano everybody else familiar envy just come on it's just amazing when when you realize you know people are able and capable of doing these things but but here is everything on run and and i was sort of like what like this is not a mock jato right i didn't understand there was a difference between a espresso mark jato in a lot to mock yet complete and you never know where that day might lead you might be invited to lunch and ended up at someone's home for four to six hours just eating and drinking wine and ended up with became to be really good friends and you know we had a lot of conversations and things and then he left milan on disappear for a little bit and he knew be opening you know when we liked the food we go then in summary and it should be ready for a swimming suit then then he started listening you still you know getting little bit skinner important they just stop and lifestyle and you just grab a coffee in the first gulf she'll be erna corner you sit there for hours just catching up and i just have chills just seen a lot of times this culture is more you know like self oriented and more agenda there are business related and things around for a little bit and it's nice to have friends that he can have a conversation and you know he's honest you know that's what i missed and for example you know gluten gluten that and then home they eat chips and the the toast and because they have to liquidate it i don't think they will throw it away so you know i like that morning and you know what what what is the for example the breakfast of catania the city catania in i don't know i know all the bottle water seems to whatever you buy for hurricane preparation then you have six months and everybody so everybody comes to the restaurants and highest you know the europeans i'm from europe yes we europeans are different the v. v. publicly say we are not a shame of the are like sponges you've part of the family you feel it just because they hug you so you know so strong and and and you know even if you don't see him for six months you know he rhodesia's been talking about this in a meeting croissant is my breakfast after twelve o'clock right and the first coffee so i've been running on fumes holman up catania and double checking that is not a separate place from the catania that i know which is in sicily in is in fact sicily yeah that's fantastic yeah so amos castle in catania that i toured once and it's really an incredible place so interesting you mentioned that right so now we learn said very somebody can benefit not always have benefit you benefit long run i always say i i run marathon you know it's not a sprint because we're going to be here about you you'll of coffee you like traveling your favorite lifestyle listening italy right one of the favorites yes sicily as you go south just just some you don't see somebody for a year or something you hit them on on the street and and it's true friend and you know of course it in italy things get less fancy but people become more friendly i believe and it's funny i think maybe the same is true in found us you know in catania but it's really their their national work on that the city breakfast and we're going to be having those breakfast items i'm in travel i travel in united states and you know i don't know i don't know if i agree completely saying but you know there's a lot of we thought imprint on introduce you so make sure you you know you know some of the good guys here and you can feel a little bit of italy here too yes be find people friendly in many places but the mixed of the people that we have here in this city it's it's kind of if you want named by cities in here in the coffee shops or we can kind of have the connection with the europe because these european job with the quality of the coffee and also we feel like a lot of the conversations are that honest you know just a lot of agenda you know i don't know i don't want nothing negative but there's the united states in some ways you mean south or north yes as you come south of the united states things become less fancy but people become more warm and welcoming and friends oh you're gonna be doing a lot of different coffees here we're going to be doing touchier coffee he starts a couple couple there's a lot of ideas we will bring in and we will you know people because it can meet really interesting people here in this coffee shop sure you already did right absolutely what again i was just looking you find him here to florida is not part of the south i should've clarified goodness i hate to get you on the corner and inexpensively in italy yeah you want to live inexpensively wanna spend very little money and enjoy life when how long before he's like like tom back and forth quite a bit so business i've never done business there now i try to do my business there's a saying they have in south america that says earned they need than others but if he'd have business here people come from all the different parts of the wall and you just have to understand all of them before you start making business you know thinks caused and how much less they can be do certain things that's a great point usually when i go to a place for the first time just book a hotel through like kayak or flat in sicily in most small oceanside towns for three to five hundred dollars per month so it's just i mean it's just really out how to live in and then you want to spend that money in places that are less expensive like latin countries like spain france italy very inexpensive outside the major cities you can rent italy so you spend how much time did you spend only total in my life probably about a year in different places throughout italy i come back oh you know travelocity or something so i'm not gonna save a lot of money on the first time but as i get to know the area i can bounce around easily see where in general so you'd probably say on on cuba's young southern must step exactly so that's most friendly there when you travel you know just like you say you go south but the humidity for minnesota and i find them very friendly there's just amazing what what what part i wanna live in usually it's not the most expensive area but i wanna live kind of where the young hip people are so normally i'll book a hotel near hi there and that'll be my starting point then i'll i'll start walking around talking to people and find out oh the better cheaper more young hip area is one town one part over lers spend pesos oh that's interesting yeah i mean if you can make money online or you can make money in the continental united states you're you're better off you'd be surprised you do know what eder breakfast no surprise that crosstown ham and cheese and you will say what here's my hack my travel hack which is i look for an h. m. what store it's like a clothing store and you can get an airbnb there for like twenty dollars a day or something like that and it's even it's like even better to live in it would be like living in times square in new york probably not the best place but maybe so better neighborhood or east village right and i can see your personality doesn't you know it's not a problem for you to talk to people and it's just one of the things stickers on their windows every business and they seem to all have perfect five star review all like five hundred reviews so i don't know if there's like a russian click farm that they're hiring have we just start conversation about anything any subject and and when you open them up i mean those those are the real savings you know those are weapons right there st down and you walk a little extra but there's a big savings yeah tripadvisor especially in europe seems to be everybody has trip advisor an and ATM's generally located in the central central part of the city's i'll start an h. m. and i'll try to find a hotel nearby northeastern state because most people here are migrants from other places you're right now i try to retire to go back to up has a european feel when you walk in maybe even from the street it's obvious that this is a european sensibility you have going here really what is the first calvin combined his bike he had a couple of espressos and just be laughing you know the the the onus hawks you get from these people's like you know he's like you monday and everything uncontrolled like month what's that yeah how long it took you to have everything like the spending under control a lot of times you know you have to ask people amino say it's it's a little different southern florida is way different than for example miami in west palm beach in boca raton well you know it's it's hard to say european feeling oxen there's something that you feel as soon as you look at the front restaurant my theory is that when you are drawn eh when you walk in yes i could give a couple of examples or stories where i think that this is where i've become our gotten this belief from the business here it's it's kind of difficult to get around because if you do business and you live with somebody you get that culture in your head do you understand how people think what you and then just got to figure it out there's no manual go to this country do this do that what i'm saying oh how long it took you before he figured out this is where you're going to be for next year and how much listen we we we kind of share secrets in websites everything would be sa- local experiencing best places for the beach and things of that nature but i know how you know how to how we end up in i have a theory about this coffee culture meeting great people that you mentioned okay go ahead well first of all i have to give you kudos because your particular copy the reason why we wanted to do this because the processing you have in in your head then how we process the thoughts and and put them in the world is just amazing so based on a feeling to a place you'll meet people who have the same vibration look at you now this is this is the gold coming out to to get these reviews or what but tripadvisor doesn't really help much when you're traveling and yelp is virtually nonexistent in most parts of europe yeah so anyway did you find they're not may may not be always the right decision to do you know locals will always the truth because or we just followed him right there just followed some local agency vertigo for for beer worried they go to you know for fun and that's the best way to do it so so then you figured it out and you move to another street right maybe you know video statements but the south ends with georgia and alabama oh i see that's what he meant it as that is correct as florida is considered the thing is from st while you have the red umbrellas and you have a distinct clean sort of design but there's something and he'll leave and people are sitting here coffee shop and this is going to be very interesting yes i agree with you a hundred percent i think about this but you know what this is absolutely amazing thought he bringing in so if you see people sitting here they probably gonna feel saying the city and you go like okay what would you have dinner today you ask some of the locals you know what i mean that's that's how we find best restaurants tripadvisor and older older you know attractions you know just knowing you can talk to anybody about anything and people feel comfortable they open up and they tell you the secrets he's almost like us here you know we we don't you don't have to have from sorta this very warm people but from example people from new york your new jersey there's just different personalities was working on line and i was able to fortunate i wanted to learn tango dancing okay i had a cousin that had moved there who had become a professional would you like to hear one of course okay i don't even breathe right now i'm ready okay so i was living in buenos aires argentina again also serving green juice like sort of like organic juices anyway one day this i go there i'm half asleep i haven't had any caffeine and apartment bleaker street so i go into this this coffee shop or juice shop order a drink and i'm standing on the corner trying to figure out my bearing where's my spot gonna be i find this organic place it's got again green juice coffee whatever a couple of blocks away from the is there was one particular cafe that stood out to me the vibe of it felt very organic felt well put together so i started going to this cafe thing i muttered to her like so where you're from or something like that and she looks at me and she could just tell my energy was like toxic i was just like you know nervous standing in line in front of me was one of the most beautiful women i've ever seen in my life looks like sort of like an a south american angelina jolie wow august so quickly within a week i was moved out of the hotel and into an airbnb in this area anyway the first thing i do when i settle into a neighborhood is looked for copy shop cafe where we're going to be my one or two or three places i'm gonna stop in and get my coffee in the mornings so looking at cafe ended up the place called palermo soho or palermo hollywood was where all the young hip kind of less expensive but really modern and cool young people were new york state in manhattan so anyway i'm wondering around manhattan a year and a half later what's the first thing i do go for a coffee shop right try to find i didn't see the girl again a year and a half goes by and i end up doing okay i do this apartment swab from the wchs where am i know manhattan's kind of kind of medicine all around me and there's a girl standing on the corner she turned she says hey you look like you're lost really from philadelphia so she was she was american and she got her drink and i got my drink in there were sort of energy but it was it was awkward and then she got it buddy of mine who had an apartment in the west village manhattan he wanted to stay in in my apartment in in hawaii so he came from months date in hawaii and you know wasn't fully awake and she kind of looked at me kind of uneasily in sort of answered me with a one word answer which was action orthodoxy and left and right before she got into a taxi she turned and looked at me and then left never to be seen again so i go back until my cousin that night and yup i'm lost grandma she says i'm heading this way to chelsea market do you want to just walk with me a little bit and i'm i'm sort of disoriented so i say sure she american country i'm i'm worried for her safety a little bit that's what i'm wondering yes and she's she does she's there right now actually she's back and forth all the time i was issue frozen and my tracks probably very moment i cannot imagine yeah no coffee yet oh okay yeah so i'm standing there trying to think of something lucky you yeah so i freeze i'm going like oh god i gotta say something right but i i couldn't think of anything to say this woman you couldn't think anything's say couldn't think of any weren't in argentina a year and a half ago where you and she froze kidding me and she said how did you know that and i said were you in a coffee shop like you know in the middle of palermo soho and cause i'm starting to realize this is she looks a lot like this girl at this girl in the coffee shop it was weird you know i was bummed out because i didn't say the right thing right and since you okay interesting whatever so i ended up staying in argentina for four months they're all over the place she's telling me the story of how she worked at this bar and now she's become spiritual teacher and she travels all over the world and wish we did a shot of jack daniels and we're sitting there we're going to go to chelsea market next i look over at her and i go look familiar we met and on the way to the market because i got to pick up my check do you wanna come with me so i said sure so i stopped into this bar with her and she said it was the bar in central and the worst it was like town it's like times square new york so it was great it looked like from the map leclerc a great place to be but go to a city like i said i booked the hotel right in the in the central sorry your cousin is a female or mutiple blonde girl living in the city he goes how the hell did you know i was in argentina's freaking me out who are you and i said i think we met and i kind of told her about the story about meeting this girl she goes oh my god they created the movie coyote ugly really do you ever heard of this scene yes so it's called something else but anyway it was the actual original place that was it had thinks that that happened to you there's no logical explanation for this i don't know i think i have my own explanation i don't know if it's logical looks attractive but i didn't wanna look her up and down you know what i mean so i just kind of walked with her and we were talking and she sounded interesting and she said hey i wanna stop into this bar inc in naples there may be a handful less than five of places that have this sort of operation and if you keep going to these places they draw in the same type of people maybe there's only a few really statistically there's not that many places and and these people continue to find their coffee shop and their juice bar and they keep all but but my theory is there are fewer of these places like like an energy spots i would say places that have this particular vibration than we think said she looks at me funny so i don't think so so we hang out a little more have one more drink i look over and go i know i know we've met and i said had to have couple drinks to get your memory back what happened to her beauty first of all what i wondering and secondly like you know it's just like this is this is your life it difficult pass that has gone on but other than that i think any one who's immigrated from a different country has a lot of optimism so i still have to give you an eight point five okay okay why eastern european there's a real ism that you know there's some there's some sort of sense of the the hard the hard ah positively from one to ten would still positively well there's a little bit of eastern european pessimism so i will give you an eight point five the todd there is okay so if the energy what kind of energy field here i if i had to summer joining these places so they're crisscrossing each other more than they think that's that's my law this just be on our understanding but this is exactly wh- why won't do this because things are happening in your life are not cannot explain them i just have the feeling is the energy i felt when i walked in here i would say authenticity would be the word that comes to mind okay there's interesting and if you north about you know if you meeting people in saint places they probably feel the same veil you'd probably have same processing thoughts the way you do and they may be there's a sense of an i would call it a no bullshit happiness is the feeling of authenticity that comes the radiates from this place and from you well that's all from me have same goals like you do and maybe that's why you that was you i remember it she goes what was with you that morning your energy was completely all on hold on i need to stop it here hold him so you telling me you really well i think you that's nice compliment i didn't get a summary on one-sentence like this ever before so that's kind of new you wanna call us pregnancy wherever this but this interesting interesting subject i love this because you know you more most probably light right and this and they met when you visit this in past few interesting people here in the same energy you know just the people on the same thune need to process that information i responded but you know it's interesting obviously hope you're gonna get more so you know same minded people but i i'm sure you're tango dancer so i i wanted to check in to make sure she was doing okay down there and also just explore the city so the first thing i do

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"mark jato" Discussed on Divine Naples Podcast

Divine Naples Podcast

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"mark jato" Discussed on Divine Naples Podcast

"Get micro focused on things social like wine coffee i've been all about pizza recently but i i did several months i don't because i had a lot of things here and you see me moving around so you know it's an easy you said it yourself you don't going around looking at different coffees and i'd been ordering mock jato just makihata right and i would i would someone would serve me with like a lot mark jato different in fact i'm pulling up video here and you can see well i can see it but nobody else because well let me just yeah no too so i i i put a little extra effort there and that always count so yes my best preparation reserve i'm just you know for longer a sipping coffee i'm on a little foam on top and i up and i'm a coffee nerd so i've been all over the world tasting coffee i go into these micro i i like to put a little foam in fact i like to do my phone with with this with heavy cream if possible so kind of gives a creamier flavor and there's item so the whole thing but what do you think about this quality credible yeah in fact it's it's i almost don't want to ruin the taste with any foam which is sugar content so i can stay within my keto diet oh my god you know this is funny thing i i love everybody's diet and everybody's gluten free and everybody's also have cafe culture so they are really experts in being in the moment that's drip if i need to just you know get energy and experts writer i like espresso macchiato all right let's go to the subject of the italian lifestyle what is i'll talk to you in that country well land cultures and italian italy france spain shop and just fascinating it's when they see you they stop thinking their full attention to you you know some lemon cellos or something like this and by the end of that four to six hours you really know that person within a day you really have a relationship which is different than here where isn't that and and the f- fasting wherever you go everybody does all of things now hurricane comes and public is empty how that happens so they they value one on one communication they love to bump into each other and the town square or the coffee anything for one hundred percent short on do one or two and that's my thing from very long time because i want to disappoint anybody and i can say you know i did it next or something and you just bump into each other again and just just you know the connection is there you don't lose the friendship and that's that's just what i miss a lot of times i don't you wanna so busy about where we're heading well this is fantastic you know i really liked what he saying because i miss europe and this is one of the things we i miss example i have a lot of italian frontier and one of them whose name is luca he used to be managed to in milano milano everybody else familiar envy just come on it's just amazing when when you realize you know people are able and capable of doing these things but but here is everything on run and and i was sort of like what like this is not a mock jato right i didn't understand there was a difference between a espresso mark jato in a lot to mock yet complete and you never know where that day might lead you might be invited to lunch and ended up at someone's home for four to six hours just eating and drinking wine and ended up with became to be really good friends and you know we had a lot of conversations and things and then he left milan on disappear for a little bit and he knew be opening you know when we liked the food we go then in summary and it should be ready for a swimming suit then then he started listening you still you know getting little bit skinner important they just stop and lifestyle and you just grab a coffee in the first gulf she'll be erna corner you sit there for hours just catching up and i just have chills just seen a lot of times this culture is more you know like self oriented and more agenda there are business related and things around for a little bit and it's nice to have friends that he can have a conversation and you know he's honest you know that's what i missed and for example you know gluten gluten that and then home they eat chips and the the toast and because they have to liquidate it i don't think they will throw it away so you know i like that morning and you know what what what is the for example the breakfast of catania the city catania in i don't know i know all the bottle water seems to whatever you buy for hurricane preparation then you have six months and everybody so everybody comes to the restaurants and highest you know the europeans i'm from europe yes we europeans are different the v. v. publicly say we are not a shame of the are like sponges you've part of the family you feel it just because they hug you so you know so strong and and and you know even if you don't see him for six months you know he rhodesia's been talking about this in a meeting croissant is my breakfast after twelve o'clock right and the first coffee so i've been running on fumes holman up catania and double checking that is not a separate place from the catania that i know which is in sicily in is in fact sicily yeah that's fantastic yeah so amos castle in catania that i toured once and it's really an incredible place so interesting you mentioned that right so now we learn said very somebody can benefit not always have benefit you benefit long run i always say i i run marathon you know it's not a sprint because we're going to be here about you you'll of coffee you like traveling your favorite lifestyle listening italy right one of the favorites yes sicily as you go south just just some you don't see somebody for a year or something you hit them on on the street and and it's true friend and you know of course it in italy things get less fancy but people become more friendly i believe and it's funny i think maybe the same is true in found us you know in catania but it's really their their national work on that the city breakfast and we're going to be having those breakfast items i'm in travel i travel in united states and you know i don't know i don't know if i agree completely saying but you know there's a lot of we thought imprint on introduce you so make sure you you know you know some of the good guys here and you can feel a little bit of italy here too yes be find people friendly in many places but the mixed of the people that we have here in this city it's it's kind of if you want named by cities in here in the coffee shops or we can kind of have the connection with the europe because these european job with the quality of the coffee and also we feel like a lot of the conversations are that honest you know just a lot of agenda you know i don't know i don't want nothing negative but there's the united states in some ways you mean south or north yes as you come south of the united states things become less fancy but people become more warm and welcoming and friends oh you're gonna be doing a lot of different coffees here we're going to be doing touchier coffee he starts a couple couple there's a lot of ideas we will bring in and we will you know people because it can meet really interesting people here in this coffee shop sure you already did right absolutely what again i was just looking you find him here to florida is not part of the south i should've clarified goodness i hate to get you on the corner and inexpensively in italy yeah you want to live inexpensively wanna spend very little money and enjoy life when how long before he's like like tom back and forth quite a bit so business i've never done business there now i try to do my business there's a saying they have in south america that says earned they need than others but if he'd have business here people come from all the different parts of the wall and you just have to understand all of them before you start making business you know thinks caused and how much less they can be do certain things that's a great point usually when i go to a place for the first time just book a hotel through like kayak or flat in sicily in most small oceanside towns for three to five hundred dollars per month so it's just i mean it's just really out how to live in and then you want to spend that money in places that are less expensive like latin countries like spain france italy very inexpensive outside the major cities you can rent italy so you spend how much time did you spend only total in my life probably about a year in different places throughout italy i come back oh you know travelocity or something so i'm not gonna save a lot of money on the first time but as i get to know the area i can bounce around easily see where in general so you'd probably say on on cuba's young southern must step exactly so that's most friendly there when you travel you know just like you say you go south but the humidity for minnesota and i find them very friendly there's just amazing what what what part i wanna live in usually it's not the most expensive area but i wanna live kind of where the young hip people are so normally i'll book a hotel near hi there and that'll be my starting point then i'll i'll start walking around talking to people and find out oh the better cheaper more young hip area is one town one part over lers spend pesos oh that's interesting yeah i mean if you can make money online or you can make money in the continental united states you're you're better off you'd be surprised you do know what eder breakfast no surprise that crosstown ham and cheese and you will say what here's my hack my travel hack which is i look for an h. m. what store it's like a clothing store and you can get an airbnb there for like twenty dollars a day or something like that and it's even it's like even better to live in it would be like living in times square in new york probably not the best place but maybe so better neighborhood or east village right and i can see your personality doesn't you know it's not a problem for you to talk to people and it's just one of the things stickers on their windows every business and they seem to all have perfect five star review all like five hundred have we just start conversation about anything any subject and and when you open them up i mean those those are the real savings you know those are weapons right there st down and you walk a little extra but there's a big savings yeah tripadvisor especially in europe seems to be everybody has trip advisor an and ATM's generally located in the central central part of the city's i'll start an h. m. and i'll try to find a hotel nearby northeastern state because most people here are migrants from other places you're right now i try to retire to go back to calvin combined his bike he had a couple of espressos and just be laughing you know the the the onus hawks you get from these people's like you know he's like you monday and everything uncontrolled like month what's that yeah how long it took you to have everything like the spending under control a lot of times you know you have to ask people amino say it's it's a little different southern florida is way different than for example miami in west palm beach in boca raton well you know it's it's hard to say the business here it's it's kind of difficult to get around because if you do business and you live with somebody you get that culture in your head do you understand how people think what you and then just got to figure it out there's no manual go to this country do this do that what i'm saying oh how long it took you before he figured out this is where you're going to be for next year and how much listen we we we kind of share secrets in websites everything would be sa- local experiencing best places for the beach and things of that nature but i know how you know how to how we end up in did you find they're not may may not be always the right decision to do you know locals will always the truth because or we just followed him right there just followed some local agency vertigo for for beer worried they go to you know for fun and that's the best way to do it so so then you figured it out and you move to another street right maybe you know video statements but the south ends with georgia and alabama oh i see that's what he meant it as that is correct as florida is considered the city and you go like okay what would you have dinner today you ask some of the locals you know what i mean that's that's how we find best restaurants tripadvisor and older older you know attractions you know just knowing you can talk to anybody about anything and people feel comfortable they open up and they tell you the secrets he's almost like us here you know we we don't you don't have to have from sorta this very warm people but from example people from new york your new jersey there's just different personalities

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"mark jato" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

06:39 min | 3 years ago

"mark jato" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Unsolicited advice from strangers. That's why social media users are outraged after hearing the woman who was womb shamed. I simply wanting a coffee Tiffany. Stevenson told how she intervened after witnessing a pregnant woman being confronted by a barista at Starbucks Coffee shop, in a now viral Twitter thread, the English comedian who goes by tiff addressed the male baristas womb, shaming behavior. Here's her tweet. Unbelievable bit of womb bothering in Starbucks at services, a pregnant woman got her caramel, Mark Jato and the guy behind the counter said, oh, it's for you. Do you want me to make decaf? She said, no things he said, no, I should because caffeine is bad for the baby. After witnessing the man's persistent attempts to make the woman's which to decaf coffee, the woman was forced to intervene. Sadly, her protests fell on deaf ears as the man continued to preach to the pregnant customer pregnant women are advised to limit their caffeine intake, two hundred milligrams a day, the equivalent of two cups of instant coffee. Now. We really see here. These sorts of stories are good stories because they're an everyone can play story. Everyone could end up in a situation like this. But as cultures to the extent that you can say, we are a monolithic culture were not, but as cultures morph, and it is not a static point. There is always movement in one direction or another such as our opinions on smoking, if you look at how smoking came into popularity it was seen on the silver screen, and then it was merrily dismissed from polite society, and in that continues to this day, the culture in its position on smoking changed. Well, what we're witnessing here. Is another example of communalism. This idea that everybody has control over everyone else. This idea that if you have a belief or a position. Then it is your right. If not your obligation to impose it upon someone else. I've watched. There's a there's a sad, sad area outside our building in the parking garage. And that's where the, the smokers, the others are, are relegated to, and it's pitiful because it probably takes them. At least ten minutes to get down to that area because they have to go down and elevator. Get off walk out of the building, walk across to the parking garage, and then walked to the back side of the parking garage in this day, filthy area, where nobody would want to have to stand. You don't even want to go get your car there. But if that's where your car is what you gotta do, but these people have to do this multiple times a day, because they're always taking a smoke break smokers do. That's smokers. Don't quit because it had to stay at their desk and work the whole day. And I have watched people make comments like that's not good for. Are you? Really? Well, most smokers are doing it, because their doctor put them on a heavy regimen of eight cigarettes a day, who doesn't know it's not good for you. What is good for you? Is a cinnabon good for you, is it? She's burger good for you. Is fill in the blank. Good for you. But there is an increasing belief, and I think a lot of young people have have have bought into this notion and it's been reaffirmed that it's your job. To stand up to the Nazis out there who were trying to enslave, everyone. And if you don't speak out, then the whole world will be a holocaust, so you had to speak out you see dogs get left in the car without air conditioning. So you need to be spying cars at have a dog inside. And even if they leave the air conditioning running, it's your responsibility to go smash out the window, Jewish possibility. It just is if a mother has her baby, it's your responsibility to tell her where she cannot feed the baby as is there, a more natural act, that occurs in human civilization than a mother nursing, her baby. And yet. People lose their minds over it. You ever wonder why that bothers people so bad? There's only I mean, the only reason I can imagine that bothers people is because they're worried that they fill uncomfortable that they have some sexual urge at something that shouldn't be sexual at all. At least not at that moment. They have some sexual urge and in order to repress their sexual urge they want that removed from society. If a baby's hungry and a mother's capable of feeding him, what is the problem with these people? Who so desperately want to prevent that from happening. Now, you'd think women would be modest and you know, would put a little cloth over, but there are occasions where it can't happen. And there is a raging discussion of the people who want to insist that, that.

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"mark jato" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mark jato" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Witter requests, we could pull it out of the vault. But here it is. He wanted keys I read now if he's talking about what he's talking about here. It is. Did you take you to mix that? Well. Well, not that much all together. I don't know about that one. I don't remember that. Do you think there was some Photoshop so to speak? How can seriously how can I ask you are you right now? Get the clean one say Reynolds here right now. Ills e Granderson man. There was no editing involved. But no, I do I certainly do when that's okay. A lot of things that they ended around here. But you know, what we don't that? Didn't sound. Well, wait. Lewke Cocco doodle. Do he's headline brought to you by sprint. Yes. So you guys are coffee freaks, right? I mean, I drink drink. I wouldn't call. I don't bathe with or anything drinking do you drink coffee rise. No, you're not a coffee guy green tea because you know, from Japan, I was born in Japan. But my parents Brazilian, so that's why you got the green is. Yes, I like the green tea well, anyway, Starbucks in our 'Grande has teamed up to make a special coffee of some sort. All right. So she's teaming up with Starbucks and she's gonna have a New Jersey. How you say Machado Machado Machado makihata Seattle. Okay. Machado. Knew Manny, Mark Jato. No, claw makihata have no idea. What that is. Because I don't drink combs the first word before. Mock Jato, cloud cloud in the sky. I guess must mean foam or something. Okay. I guess, but they're hooking it up, and she's gonna have the Starbucks now. And so people people going to run in and want to buy because her well. Yeah. I mean, unfortunately, that's probably true. I go in and just get a Cup of coffee not going for the Arianna cloud 'Grande. So is so if I have my Cup of coffee, you just walk into say gimme dark, please. Like. Like. He had to stop. Well. No case here in Los Angeles say. There and ordering that want to go into say give me some give me a Keyshawn dark. I don't say it like that. I have ordered the dark roast. You give me some darkness. Gimme a key darkness large, please. But Raj on an all request Wednesday. How would ELS e order boy Elsie? So that's that's oh. We already got tape. That's actually you guys again that we didn't hurt. His remember your Starbucks in first nation a little. So this is the first for star bucks to team up with Arianna grandba- and. Signature celebrity coffees. That's what we're doing. Yes. Ofra did it. She still coffee. She had her Oprah CHAI, tea or something. But but it was actually Tita. She was invested in the company had a T company. She's investor in and they were selling it at Starbucks believe it, she was like, I love t I can't stop drinking t t t t t t Oprah say what she says some people run out to go do Arianna Krahn has quite the impact of for Winfrey. One out of Oprah. Because Oprah does play in her backyard in Arianna doesn't plan Oprah's. But the photo follow Arianna ho. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The caller Queen. I was I was like in a retail store. Listen to people talk about her. There's like the Queen. I'll say the Queen of what are you kidding me? She's ninety two Princess venti dark roast key. That's all I'm gonna say Vinci dark. That's right. All right. Are we gonna talk about this? So we'll protect it didn't happen. We will. We'll get to. Let's just talk about the dodgers for now. The dodgers struck out on Harper. They went big. We didn't strike out because we didn't really try to sweep no. We are one hundred ninety one hundred eighty one hundred ninety eight hundred eight hundred eight hundred. Drying, long jeopardy..

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"mark jato" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

THE BRENDON SHOW

06:57 min | 3 years ago

"mark jato" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW

"It's Brennan and welcome to day. Six of my wellness masterclass in this one. It's a personal one for me. It's the most exciting for me, maybe the shortest one. But maybe the most important one. This is a conversation about how do you, cultivate, joy in your life? Because what is the most extreme and obvious outcome of you managing wellness. Well, well, hey, you have physical energy shore could talk about health and wellness, but be there's a joy, there's a vibrancy there's a positive energy and emotion about you that other people like what's up with you? Why are you so happy? Why do you have so much fun? You must have some kind of secret. 'cause you're always good, right? And that to me is the essence of someone knowing how to, cultivate, real joy and positive emotion in their life. And this is for me like I said personal because. You know, when I was young kid, I fell into clinical depression, and I fell into suicidal thoughts, and what had happened for me as many of you know, is I was in love with my high school sweetheart. We went to college together. We thought we were gonna get married, and then she cheated on me and went outside the relationship, and because my whole identity was in that relationship, I fell apart and became so miserable and felt so out of control out of sorts out of my life. And that I started considering taking my life. And then I started planning for it and many then I had a car accident was completely unrelated to that. But it it did threaten my life. And it mortified me it scared me so much. No, I wanna live. I wanna feel good. I felt like a reverence for life. I felt really blessed to still be alive. And so. I wanted to learn how to joy life, and I know people who literally get in their fifties before they go, I realized that life is about enjoying it. I realized life is about having beautiful experiences. I realized life is about reverence and gratitude and appreciation and sometimes it takes an accident or sometimes it takes a another zero on your age, but I can share with you that if you aren't intentional about it. It doesn't happen when we talk about joy, psychologically, right in the study of psychology and performances kind of my area. What we often talk about his joy. There's kind of two kinds of joy, one joy is the instantaneous joy that you get because something just happens. Right. The kid came in the room, they farted. It was hilarious joy for it. Right. Or you didn't. But, you know, something happens and qs positive emotion. Just instantaneous you had nothing to do with it. You know, you're. Walking down the street, and you noticed a flower or you notice the kind gesture brought joy into your heart. It just happened. You didn't have to do anything for it. It just happened. It's a very reactive instantaneous berry, human joy. Oh my gosh. I love that. And there is a way that you can control for that a little bit. Which is I surround yourself with positive people, which I know, you know, is important, and we're going to take on in another session. But it's like, yeah. The more that you're around the positive outgoing caring thoughtful people the more likely, it is that joyous incidents will happen for you. Right. Because they'll set it up they'll structured they're positive. They're funny. Good things happen. They're good mode. Joe makes you have good vibes. Right. That's the stuff of just kind of happens to you. Sometimes the people around the situations. They bring you joy, if you let that be the only way you. Get joy in life. Life is going to be a very joyous journey. Joy should be something that you also strategically set up in your life that you have intention you structure for it. So that it happens more than you like prime in the pump you like laying the fields of possibilities, so experience it more. And I think it's so unfortunate people don't do that. They literally go through the day hoping that something happens to make them feel good when they have within them every mechanism known to be able to have it themselves to generate it themselves. The biggest lesson that teach in all my trainings that I had in my own life. Was this distinction of this metaphor that a power plant that the power plant doesn't have energy it generates energy that what happens with the power plant is it takes energy from one former one level it TRAN. Forms into a higher level of service stores and transmits it out into the world. And I think we're like that human beings that we can choose to take whatever energy is around us and transform it into positive energy. If we choose to and we set up the discipline habits to make it so well, then how do we create the conditions are life? Or our wellness is really punctuated by lots of moments of joy, here's three big ideas for you that have really really helped me a lot of my clients. Okay. Number one. Is you have to at the beginning of each day. Ask what can I do today that will bring me joy? I know that so basic, but it's got to be there. What can I do today? That will bring me joy. I mean, what is it? Okay. To PM. I'm going to stop working. I'm going to walk six blocks. I'm gonna go to Starbucks and get the Carmel, Mark. Jato locked tape pumpkin spice thing, right? Is that is that is that moment going to be a moment of pleasure that you bring into the day. Like you literally plan for it. Because you know what? Then all morning, you're intimidating and excited about that. Chocolate Cario, Motte guy, pumpkin thinking thing. Right. It's like when you schedule, and you think about it that that generates anticipation, and it becomes something. That happens a different kind of pleasure and joy and gratitude comes into your life. It can be that simple. Or maybe you say, you know, what today? What soon bring joy in my life is. I'm going to go to this person. And I'm gonna say thank you, or I'm going to reach out to an old friend, or I'm going to call that person who I haven't talked to or I'm going to do this task that really has nothing to do with my job. But this particular task I love doing it. So I'm gonna give my hobby. Ten minutes today. I want you to know. I'm literally I

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"mark jato" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"mark jato" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Hey, brain stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. Their new show is called invention each episode of invention examines different technological turning point and the people and cultures the provoked the change they consider the origins and impact of everything from the guillotine to the vending machine. Chopsticks to sunglasses. Braille to x-rays and lots more new episodes of invention come out every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you happen to find your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff on Lauren Vogel bomb. And if you can't start your morning without a Cup of Joe, you're certainly not alone. I'm right there with you. But Americans consumption of coffee is up. It's the highest. It's been since two thousand twelve and global exports are up to according to the International Coffee Organisation world coffee exports increased by seventeen percent from October two thousand seventeen to October of two thousand eighteen and overall global shipments were four point two percent higher year over year, clearly coffee has become an important daily ritual for many Americans which begs the question, why are so many coffee lovers? Ordering those drinks using Italian words from lattice Tamaki autos. How did this happen after all coffee doesn't have its roots in Italy legend has it that the great being originated in the Ethiopian plateau and was discovered by goat herder who noticed his goats veritably danced after eating a certain plant. It's spread throughout the Arabian peninsula and adjacent areas before Europeans encountered coffee in the. Seventeenth century, nevertheless, many of the coffee drinks, we know today and popularized by Starbucks more on that in a minute do originate in Italy, and it has everything to do with the invention of the Espresso machine. Espresso doesn't refer to a particular type of coffee bean. It's actually a coffee preparation method, and it was first developed in Italy in the nineteenth century because brewed coffee could take up to five minutes to make coffee lovers. Sada way to shorten the time between ordering and drinking the first Espresso machines were bulky and difficult, but by the early twentieth century Milanese manufacturer Luigi bizarre had developed a single shot Espresso the produced one Cup of coffee in seconds, though. It did take a while for the machines to improve in terms of ease of use and flavor of the coffee produced we spoke with Paul Bassett former world barista champion, he said, the Espresso machine kind of revolutionized coffee to some extent. Everything was centered around the way Espresso was made the way it was consumed as well, he explained that with the Espresso machine. Coffee could be made on. The spur of the moment and was intended to be drunk immediately after being served typically standing at a bar Italian coffee culture grew and Espresso as we know it today became popular in Italy and France in the nineteen thirties, the nineteen fifties beatnik movement and its coffeehouse culture launched Espresso craze in the United States. We also spoke with Mike Ferguson with OEM specialty coffee, he explained early in the specialty coffee movement authenticity meant Italian in the nineteen eighties. Many if not most coffee houses had Italian names and adopted as much Italian as possible into their cafe menu. So the trend continued the coffee drinks, they served also retained their -talian nomenclature because they were specifically made with Espresso the names referred to what is added to the Espresso, for example. But the word Mark Jato into Google translate and you'll get stained or spotted so the drink name refers to the spot of milk that stains the Espresso Bassett said, I think fundamentally Espresso is directly linked to Italy as beverage and the way it's part of their culture. It's been transported all around the world and reinterpreted despite reinterpretation, the drinks with talion names have an Espresso base. And typically, some kind of milk added. For example, a cafe latte usually just called a lot in the United States consists of Espresso milk and milk foam. It's not brewed coffee with milk. Although that's the literal translation to be fair ordering an Espresso with milk and milk foam doesn't sound as catchy the distinction between Espresso and brewed coffee is important consider the Americano which was named for Americans in Italy who sought a drink. Similar to the brood or filtered coffee. They drink at home because it emerged in Italy and is made by adding water to Espresso, it retains its talion title. So this answers the question about coffee drink names. But what about Starbucks use of sizes like 'Grande inventing, which are also talion words, this sizing nomenclature short tall and 'Grande was introduced when ill Nali opened its doors in one thousand nine hundred six and the venue size came in the early nineties ill. Denali was the name of the coffee houses launched by Starbucks chairman emeritus Howard Schultz during his mid eighties hiatus from the company the company's website states. That sheltered been quote captivated with talion coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience a tradition. He wanted to bring to the United States he returned to Starbucks and purchase the company in one thousand nine hundred seven and that branding now extends to fo- Italian product names, like the Frappuccino, which is a trademarked name and not actually Italian word by the way bonus back to the episode the caffeine in coffee that perks. You up is considered the most commonly used drug in the world. Today's episode was written Vicary, Whitney and produced by Tyler claiming for I heart media, and how stuff works or more on this and lots of other peppy, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.

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Why Do Coffee Drinks Often Have Italian Names?

BrainStuff

06:30 min | 3 years ago

Why Do Coffee Drinks Often Have Italian Names?

"Hey, brain stuff listeners instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about new podcast. I think you might dig for my friends, Robert lamb, and Joe McCormack, you might already know them from the weird science podcast stuff to blow your mind. Their new show is called invention each episode of invention examines different technological turning point and the people and cultures the provoked the change they consider the origins and impact of everything from the guillotine to the vending machine. Chopsticks to sunglasses. Braille to x-rays and lots more new episodes of invention come out every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you happen to find your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff on Lauren Vogel bomb. And if you can't start your morning without a Cup of Joe, you're certainly not alone. I'm right there with you. But Americans consumption of coffee is up. It's the highest. It's been since two thousand twelve and global exports are up to according to the International Coffee Organisation world coffee exports increased by seventeen percent from October two thousand seventeen to October of two thousand eighteen and overall global shipments were four point two percent higher year over year, clearly coffee has become an important daily ritual for many Americans which begs the question, why are so many coffee lovers? Ordering those drinks using Italian words from lattice Tamaki autos. How did this happen after all coffee doesn't have its roots in Italy legend has it that the great being originated in the Ethiopian plateau and was discovered by goat herder who noticed his goats veritably danced after eating a certain plant. It's spread throughout the Arabian peninsula and adjacent areas before Europeans encountered coffee in the. Seventeenth century, nevertheless, many of the coffee drinks, we know today and popularized by Starbucks more on that in a minute do originate in Italy, and it has everything to do with the invention of the Espresso machine. Espresso doesn't refer to a particular type of coffee bean. It's actually a coffee preparation method, and it was first developed in Italy in the nineteenth century because brewed coffee could take up to five minutes to make coffee lovers. Sada way to shorten the time between ordering and drinking the first Espresso machines were bulky and difficult, but by the early twentieth century Milanese manufacturer Luigi bizarre had developed a single shot Espresso the produced one Cup of coffee in seconds, though. It did take a while for the machines to improve in terms of ease of use and flavor of the coffee produced we spoke with Paul Bassett former world barista champion, he said, the Espresso machine kind of revolutionized coffee to some extent. Everything was centered around the way Espresso was made the way it was consumed as well, he explained that with the Espresso machine. Coffee could be made on. The spur of the moment and was intended to be drunk immediately after being served typically standing at a bar Italian coffee culture grew and Espresso as we know it today became popular in Italy and France in the nineteen thirties, the nineteen fifties beatnik movement and its coffeehouse culture launched Espresso craze in the United States. We also spoke with Mike Ferguson with OEM specialty coffee, he explained early in the specialty coffee movement authenticity meant Italian in the nineteen eighties. Many if not most coffee houses had Italian names and adopted as much Italian as possible into their cafe menu. So the trend continued the coffee drinks, they served also retained their -talian nomenclature because they were specifically made with Espresso the names referred to what is added to the Espresso, for example. But the word Mark Jato into Google translate and you'll get stained or spotted so the drink name refers to the spot of milk that stains the Espresso Bassett said, I think fundamentally Espresso is directly linked to Italy as beverage and the way it's part of their culture. It's been transported all around the world and reinterpreted despite reinterpretation, the drinks with talion names have an Espresso base. And typically, some kind of milk added. For example, a cafe latte usually just called a lot in the United States consists of Espresso milk and milk foam. It's not brewed coffee with milk. Although that's the literal translation to be fair ordering an Espresso with milk and milk foam doesn't sound as catchy the distinction between Espresso and brewed coffee is important consider the Americano which was named for Americans in Italy who sought a drink. Similar to the brood or filtered coffee. They drink at home because it emerged in Italy and is made by adding water to Espresso, it retains its talion title. So this answers the question about coffee drink names. But what about Starbucks use of sizes like 'Grande inventing, which are also talion words, this sizing nomenclature short tall and 'Grande was introduced when ill Nali opened its doors in one thousand nine hundred six and the venue size came in the early nineties ill. Denali was the name of the coffee houses launched by Starbucks chairman emeritus Howard Schultz during his mid eighties hiatus from the company the company's website states. That sheltered been quote captivated with talion coffee bars and the romance of the coffee experience a tradition. He wanted to bring to the United States he returned to Starbucks and purchase the company in one thousand nine hundred seven and that branding now extends to fo- Italian product names, like the Frappuccino, which is a trademarked name and not actually Italian word by the way bonus back to the episode the caffeine in coffee that perks. You up is considered the most commonly used drug in the world. Today's episode was written Vicary, Whitney and produced by Tyler claiming for I heart media, and how stuff works or more on this and lots of other peppy, topics. Visit our home planet has to work dot com. You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. We're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. 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