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Best Baijiu podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Baijiu podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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When wineries receive customers at their cellar door, they go out of their way to provide a tailored customer experience. With the rise of e-commerce, how can wineries deliver this same experience to customers shopping online? Today we speak with Zach Kamphuis, General Manager of Commerce 7 about improving your customers e-commerce experience. Comm…
 
Today, leading Sake expert Timothy Sullivan joins us to discuss the fascinating world of Sake. Timothy is a Sake Samurai, an educator with the Sake School of America, and an SSI International Sake Sommelier. He also founded UrbanSake.com and is the founding president of the American Sake Association. As well as being the Global Brand Ambassador for…
 
Alaya Tea is a women-owned tea company that sources organic and biodynamic loose-leaf teas directly from people and planet friendly farms in India. Their tea is picked fresh and sent in small batches without preservatives and packaged using biodegradable materials. Today, we’ll be speaking with co-founders Esha Chhabra and Smita Satiani about the w…
 
We’re taking a leap forward today and discussing crickets and insects as an alternative and sustainable food solution We’ve got to ask ourselves: can our current food system successfully carry the weight of an increasing hungry population?Are we limiting ourselves with sourcing protein from only meat and is the what other sustainable protein soluti…
 
In today's podcast we'll be discussing data and the importance of measuring what matters. Paul Mabray, the CEO of Emetry joins us to discuss how wineries can leverage data analytics to better answer questions and understand their consumer. Emetry is analytic software for the wine industry that provides unique insights aimed to drive business revenu…
 
Tackling the extensive world of wine seems a little daunting, so we're talking about wine's fun yet problematic cousin, wine coolers! With Hard Seltzer corning the market on light and convenient adult beverages, we're taking a trip through the last century to see just how we got here.FInd our Patreon here! www.patreon.com/neatboozecastJoin us this …
 
Today we speak with Randy Ullom and Maggie Curry from the Kendall Jackson-Winery team about how COVID-19 is shifting the way we engage with our customers online. Randy Ullom is the Winemaster at Kendall-Jackson Winery and shares his best practices on how to bring the winery experience to your doorstep. We also speak with Maggie Curry, Director of M…
 
Laiba is China’s first handcrafted bottled cocktail brand. In today’s podcast, we speak with Alexander Petersen, Co-Founder and CEO of LAIBA Beverages about the untapped potential of bottled cocktails. We also discuss how COVID-19 has created unimaginable growth and demand across Asia. Check them out on Instagram @laibabeverages Find out more: http…
 
Have you ever wondered what are the shifting consumer behaviors towards alternative protein in Asia? Today we speak with industry leader and expert Sonalie Figueiras about plant-based, cultivated and whole food meat, seafood and dairy alternatives in Asia. Sonalie Figueiras is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Green Queen, Hong Kong's largest eco …
 
This week we're talking about Campari and the unique cocktails that were made for it. Today The Campari Group is a powerhouse among liquor brands, but this spirited aperitif has humble beginnings. Thank you for ABSRDST for our theme music!Find our Patreon here! www.patreon.com/neatboozecastWhile we're responsibly social distancing join us for Virtu…
 
Peter Marks MW is one of America's leading wine educators. He is currently a Partner and Vice President of Education for the Napa Valley Wine Academy. Today, he joins us to discuss his journey becoming a Master of Wine and his tips on what skill sets are needed to become a top wine educator. We also discuss how COVID-19 is fueling the rise of onlin…
 
We're FINALLY talking about Hemingway! Join us for a discussion about the highly nuanced man who defined the American postmodern style of writing and captured our curiosity with his discerning palate, all while experiencing the world at large and all of the beauty is has to offer.Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Find our Patreon here!www.pa…
 
With nearly half a billion people over the legal drinking age of 25, India most certainly seems like an attractive market for wine brands. However, with its high wine taxes and its complicated and fragmented regulatory landscape, India remains a difficult market to enter. Today, Ruma Singh, Wine Writer and Founder of Between the Vines, gives us a g…
 
Globally, we buy millions of plastic bottles per minute, yet 91% of plastic bottles are not recycled. Today, we speak with Cassia Patel, Program Director at Oceanic Global Foundation about cost effective options to support a plastic free hospitality. Oceanic Global launched The Oceanic Standard, an easy step-by-step guide for restaurants, event spa…
 
We're going on another trip...in our minds at least! Brazil is the exclusive producer of that fruity, grassy, distilled spirit made from fresh sugar cane juice. Although the country is also Cachaça's number one consumer, that far from sums up their drinking culture.Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Here's the link to join our Patreon!www.pat…
 
New Zealand is leader in sustainability, low alcohol wines and expressive Sauvignon Blanc, but that's not all! In today's podcast we speak with Charlotte Read, GM of Marketing, and Natalie Potts, Market Manager for Asia at New Zealand Winegrowers about the countries latest innovations. Show notes 05:50 -- NZ & Sustainability 07:50 -- Low alcohol wi…
 
We are living in challenging times...so let's visit a different time, one that was a not-so-great time for cocktails--The 80s! This question was inspired by a question from a listener and Patreon supporter, thanks Dorothy!Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Here's the link to join our Patreon!www.patreon.com/neatboozecastCheck out our Youtube …
 
Pillitteri Estates Winery is a family owned winery in the heart of Niagara, Ontario. They are the world’s largest estate producer of Icewine and the official wine supplier for Team Canada. Pillitteri Estates Winery has been working in the Chinese market since 1999, establishing itself as the world’s premier brand of Icewine. In this podcast we sit …
 
Today we speak to industry expert Jamie L. Evans about the world of cannabis in F&B. In this podcast we break down Jamie’s journey from wine to cannabis and what are the similarities between the two. We also discuss her latest book: The Ultimate Guide to CBD: Explore The World of Cannabidiol. Jamie Evans is the founder of The Herb Somm, a cannabis …
 
In these unprecedented times, we can think of nothing better to talk about than humankind's oldest coping mechanism. So why not go all the way back to the oldest known records of spirited beverages? This week we are coming together to honor China's national beverage and celebrate their drinking customs.Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Here'…
 
Hannah Williams is the Beverage Director at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a two star Michelin establishment. As a Certified Sommelier and named one of Wine & Spirits Magazine’s Best New Sommeliers of 2019, Hannah shares her thoughts on what skill sets are needed to become a great Sommelier. With the recent global pandemic of COVID-19, there’s no doubt …
 
Molly Troupe, America’s youngest female master distiller discusses how she found her passion for creating small batch gin and whiskey at Freeland Spirits. Based in Portland, Oregon, Freeland Spirits is one of the very few woman owned and operated distilleries in the US. In this podcast we discuss what steps you can take to find your passion and wha…
 
This St. Paddy's Day is going to be...different. But you can still celebrate responsibly from the safety of your home, and we've gathered some facts and stories about the history of the holiday, as well as some ideas for how to be less offensive while we're being festive. We hope we can keep you company as we get through these strange times togethe…
 
Wine bottles are heavy, spatially inefficient, and generally not made from recycled materials. In fact, the biggest portion of a wine bottle’s carbon footprint is a result of its packaging, not its production or transport. If we are to build a sustainable industry, the vast majority of wine packaging needs to innovate. In this episode we speak with…
 
This week we're bringing you the first installment of a TWO EPISODE celebration of St. Patricks Day! Get ready to get some knowledge and impress your friends with these Irish Whiskey facts and lore!Join our Patreon here!www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for creating our theme music!Check out our YouTube Channel every Tuesday for new…
 
As a dynamic and growing segment of the overall alcoholic beverage market, the wine industry attracts a range of talented people yet appears to struggle in cultivating top female talent in middle management and executive positions. Deborah Brenner wants to change that. In this podcast we speak with Deborah Brenner, Founder and CEO of Women of the V…
 
This week we're bringing you booze-related idioms! When it comes to this subject, we could talk about it until we're blue in the face, but we won't chew the fat--these are just the pick of the litter!Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!If you like the cut of our jib, consider joining our Patreon!www.patreon.com/neatboozecastWe have a whale of …
 
Today we discuss making Sake in one of the most unlikely of places. Sake is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from polished rice. It's a complex and delicate beverage that is making its way in trendy bars and restaurants around the world. William Stuart, CEO & Brewer of Colorado Sake Co. speaks with us on how he had to change Colorado laws to make…
 
This week we're talking about Hangovers! Join us as we discuss the perils (and sketchy history) of Four Loko, and stick around for a special guest...SURPRISE! It's Dr. Sydnee Smirl McElroy here to answer all our questions about Hangover science and causes!Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Join our Patreon for exclusive content and Neat! good…
 
Karen MacNeil is one of the most celebrated personalities in wine. She is the author of the best-selling wine book: The Wine Bible, which has sold over one million copies. She is the only American to receive all major wine awards given in the English language. TIME Magazine called Karen “America’s Missionary of the Vine” and she also received an Em…
 
We've got some more Patreon questions (and answers!) And this week is all about one of our favorite classics, the Old Fashion. Whether you like it prepared with Brandy, muddled with fruit or in true "old fashioned" fashion, we've got you covered!We'd love to invite you to join our Patreon and be one of the first to receive exclusive Neat! merch htt…
 
In 2019, Gus Jian Zhu earned the prestigious title of Master of Wine (MW) making him the first Chinese national to earn the title. With only 389 members around the world, the MW is one of the most rigorous examinations in wine. In fact, he passed all the exams on his first attempt! Gus is a wine educator and holds a Master of Science in Viticulture…
 
This week we've got a special episode for LOVE DAY! We're sharing with you some of our favorite indulgent booze and romantic topics and ideas to treat a loved one or yourself this Valentine's Day! BECAUSE WE LOVE YOU.Love Neat!? Join our Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThanks and love to ABSRDST for creating our theme music!Won't you c…
 
This week's episode was inspired by a question from our Patreon! Susan asked us about Trappist Monks, but we didn't stop there! Turns out Monks made a lot of stuff. Booze stuff!Thanks to ABSRDST for our theme music!You can get your booze-related question answered too! Just join our Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastCheck out our Youtube c…
 
We love our Patreon members, so we decided to answer some of the great questions you sent in! Today we heard questions from Aidan, Alicia, Joe, Trevor, and Anna!Thanks to ABSRDST for our theme music!To join our Patreon, visit this link!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastDon't forget to check out our Youtube Channel every Tuesday for new videos!…
 
This week marks the 100th year since the start of Prohibition. The Volstead Act officially went into effect January 17th, 1920...but certain religious exemptions made it possible for Sacramental Wine to become a booming business (with some unusual bootleggers!)Find our Patreon here! https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for our …
 
Claudia Masueger encapsulates the energy needed to thrive in wine retail in China. Originally from Switzerland, Masueger came to China in 2008 with little more than suitcases full of wine to discover if the Chinese market was interested in wine. Today, CHEERS Wines has over forty locations across China. In today’s podcast, we sit down with Claudia …
 
We're back! This week we're diving into the trend that's been on a lot of folk's minds for the last few New Years, Dry January. We'll talk about how it got started, as well as how it has influenced attitudes about sobriety. Thank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!We have new Patreon content, check it out!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastDon't …
 
We've got an episode just in time for the festivities! This week we learned about the strange tradition of Wassail, and its jolly companion, Mumming!To join our Patreon, follow this link! Tis the season for supporting independent makers!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Don't forget to check out our Youtu…
 
Today we sit down to discuss two very different wine making countries: Australian and Austrian. Campell Thompson is the Founder of The Wine Republic and one of the pioneers of cool climate and craft wines into China. He started importing Pinot Noir from Yarra at a time when the market was only focused on big and bold Barossa Shiraz. He was also one…
 
Its the Holiday season...Whoop Dee DOO! This week we're bringing you an episode all about Egg Nog, Milk Punch, and their common ancestor Posset.Here's the link to join our Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Head over to our youtube channel tomorrow to make some eggnog cocktails with us!…
 
This week we're getting into the history of Sake, and Teylor is using their travel experience to give us the info on Japanese drinking culture! This episode was inspired by a question from a Patreon supporter, thanks Bekah!If you'd like to join our Patreon and send us a booze-related question, click here!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThanks …
 
Today we speak to cult status producer Sasa Radikon. Based in Friuli Italy, Sasa’s family was the region’s pioneer of “orange” wines. Today, Sasa joins us to demystify natural wines, how it’s made and how to serve them. Orange wine is simply white wine made using a red wine method. This means that the white grape skins are used during the winemakin…
 
This week marks the 86th year since the U.S. decided Prohibition wasn't a great idea. To celebrate, we're talking about some of the causes leading to the ratification of the 18th amendment, as well as some creative tactics Breweries used in order to get by during the time it was in effect. HAPPY REPEAL DAY!To join our Patreon, click here!https://ww…
 
This week we're bringing you the history of the original party drink PUNCH and dishing up the details of the ever elusive Wild Turkey Funk.To join our Patreon, click here!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Don't forget to check out our Youtube Channel, new video every Tuesday!https://www.youtube.com/watch?…
 
Baijiu is the most sold spirit in the world, yet people typically don’t know much about it outside China. On today’s podcast we sit down with William Isler, CEO of Ming River Baijiu to discuss China’s flagship spirit. Isler shares his story on how we fell in love with Baijiu and how it prompt him to open one of the most famous Baijiu bars in China:…
 
We'd like to take this hoportunity to bring you an episode on the history of IPAs and also bring back one of our favorite historical figures, Hildegard von Bingen.Join our Patreon through this link!https://www.patreon.com/neatboozecastThank you to ABSRDST for our theme music!Don't forget to check out our Youtube channel, new videos every Tuesday!…
 
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