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World Footprints travels to Jalisco, Mexico where we'll be met by dolphins, pirates and Jose Cuervo.
Jalisco is the seventh largest state of the 32 states in Mexico. It is rich in history and considered to be Mexico since many of the cultural characteristics of the country (Mariachis, the sombrero, Mexican Hat Dance, tequila) originated in Jalisco. While touring the state we enjoyed a playful swin with dolphins at the Dolphin Discovery in Puerto Vallarta and spoke to a resident veteranarian about how Dolphin Discovery is at the forefront of marine life conservation.
World Footprints also set sail aboard a replica of the Santa Maria as we went off the beaten path with pirates to a private island to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.
Our trip to Jalisco concluded in the World Hertitage Site of Tequila where we experienced the harvesting of the blue agave plant that is used to make tequila. We also followed the agave to the Jose Cuervo distillery to see how tequila is produced. Of course, we sampled a number of fine tequila throughout the trip--for research purposes.
There is a Tex/Mex-sized steak number of things going on. The annual NFL Slave Trade is taking place. The happily running for the roses horses are trying to win the Kentucky Derby, and Americans eveywhere are gleefully awaiting to don their sombreros, drink tequila, and celebrate Cinco de Mayo in honor of folks whom they refuse to let into their country. And...
Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio team break it all down for you. IWS offers NFL Draft analysis, recap the Derby, and preview the Cinco de Mayo celebration as they drink Mexican beer, and make fun of the French army.
In addition to that, Jay and Matt discuss Supreme Court gay marriage oral arguments, the Baltimore riots, and take your phone calls at 661.244.9852 as IWS Radio presents: Man Meat, Horse Meat, and Tequila.
Americans are learning what Mexicans have known for years - that a bottle that calls itself "tequila" may contain up to 49% non-agave spirits. What difference does that make in flavors and in mixing the tequila into cocktails?
What does the introduction of organic tequila mean: to drinking, cocktails and the environment. Is it really worth the extra bucks?
ArtSees Diner Radio host Mary E. welcome Jose Hermosillo as we get ready to have a nation-wide fiesta focused on a rapidly growing American favorite libation...TEQUILA! Featured musician is Nerio Degracia!
July 24 is National Tequila Day and we have a story for you! Jose Hermosillo, seventh generation tequila producer and owner of Casa Noble Tequila will share the history of Mexico’s most popular spirit. This popular spirit boasts an appellation or denomination of origin. Distilled from the nectar of the Weber blue agave, tequila dates from the 16th century. It may have originated in the Mexican town of Amatitan, Jalisco, where a pre-Hispanic distillery has been discovered in El Tecuane Canyon. We will discuss the rise in popularity of Tequila in the U.S including the steady growth of this spirit. Casa Noble Tequila A renowned boutique distillery, Casa Noble presents the pride, passion and quality commitment of more than 200 years and over 7 generations of Tequila production. The Casa Noble family of Single Estate Organic Tequilas – Crystal, Reposado and Anejo have a rich history that has earned them a position as one of the finest ultra premium spirits portfolios in the world. Today, Casa Noble’s handcrafted tequilas are exported to over 30 countries worldwide and currently available in premium retail outlets, restaurants, distinguished bars and lounges and destination hotels around the world.
On tonight's episode, we will be celebrating the OTHER manufactured holiday, Festivus, by airing our grievances. We'll be talking about Nicholas Sparks and the Notebook, again, and we'll finally get to Tila Tequila and her newfound Nazi leanings. Along the way, we'll laugh, we'll cry, we'l punch
each other in the genitals, and we'll fart into our hands and slap each other. Join us!
Weekly Witchy Wednesday with amazing Woman, Lady Grave Dancer-Tequila
Discussing 'Grave Yard Dirt' the power of the element and how to use it effectively.
Tune in as Zig Zag and Rufus explore experimental radio, feel free to call in an give us your particular take on reality. No topic is taboo, except boring shit, but's thats up to you.
On tonights episode: Vaping, Smashing Pumpkins, Keith Mono, Tequila, UFOs, Sex
Buenes Tardes mi Amigos! Welcome back to our buddy Rico Austin, author of My Bad Tequila, Mexico Got Lucky, In the Shadow of Elvis and many others. Have a shot of tequila with us and get a double dose of reality in the bargain. Great to have him back!
Weclome two newcomers! First up, Lyn Horner, author of Rawhide, Dearest Irish and White Witch, among others.
Last, but not least, author Angela Raines, author of Angle of Salvation Valley, Cowboy Celebration, Home is for the Heart.
Welcome all of you. I know this is going to be a fun show!
On this episode:
Tila Tequila's F**king Crazy
Sister Wives & Meri's Catfish
Bingeworthy Shows to Watch
What We're Buying on Black Friday
In ther them good ole ranching days when the boys were saddled up and travelin by horse it was whiskey or Tequila which traveled best....join us for a look back in time to the ranch hands and cowboys and how Tequila played a role in American Cowboy history....
Hosted by Rich Gehlhausen
It's Friday, time to unwind with shots of tequila! Let's see how the show goes!
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Kip Marlow is a successful entrepreneur, small business teacher and advisor. He describes how John Paul DeJoria went from living in a car with his son to being worth nearly $3 billion. Would you believe that DeJoria gives away 75 percent of his money, to causes of his choice? Why does the founder of such household brands as Paul Mitchell Systems and Patron Tequila do it? Listen and find out. The reasons might surprise you.
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