A hip-hop combination puts natural wines into rhyme
Combining their passion for music and life juices, ASM members wrap their taste buds in their brilliant precious videos.
Three guys at the peak of the cold, a complete science Flow And natural wines. Here’s the explosive combo of the hip-hop group “Naughty Rhymes”. ASM (a state of mind)Includes green, FT and rhinoceros (Reading box)Available on YouTube and Social Networks from April 2021 – instagram And Facebook. In these short music videos, the band wrap their favorite bottles and put their taste notes in the rhyme. “Are you in the Lambrusco mood? Want a red bubble? Alana La Gamba’s Cool Ruby Red Fruits Froven Power ”, check out the example sung FP, a Funky PoetHis bass voice in episode 4 of these dizzying wine reviews.
“From a writing point of view, having a frame is fun. It should mention the name of the wine, its maker, its origin and our compliments.
If the verb is earthy and the attitude is too loose, the trio is not born out of the last box: wearing the hat back does not prevent solid pinartesk luggage. Happily compiled, this juicy diary provides information on the vinification system, the winemaker and the grapes allowed to produce each nectar and its organoleptic properties. So, you’ll learn about Spotburg’s “Aromatic Complexity” and the burgundy nature and Yaxter Rose’s “electrifying” watermelon flavors of 2018 from the Wassonhaus Garden in the Baden area of Germany. 2020 Milan Nestarek, Young Prodigy of Czech Vine Growing (Episode 11).
“From a writing perspective, having a frame is fun,” he explains Green, Which shares the “Naughty Rhymes” product with FP. The name of the wine, its maker, its origin should be mentioned and our compliments should be included. Then you have to make it sound good and rhyme. For this little mental exercise, it is necessary to take notes, emotionally and concentratedly, except for a few letters. One way, according to the collective, is to deepen their Bachchanalian knowledge.
These subtitles owe their existence to a global ASM program called “Origin & Juice”, which causes hunger. The soap opera, which currently has five episodes of about twelve minutes, combines European-themed wines, gastronomy and hip-hop. “The idea came to us during prison, the FP says. Like everyone else, we were stuck at home, eating well, drinking and trying to be positive.
Organized jointly with French distributors Wines with us, “Origin & Juice” celebrates every action a winemaker, an achievement and a culinary specialty of a particular country. Released on March 4, Germany Highlights. Produced by the brand brothers in Palatinate, the Cuvées come with a sample taken from 1973 by dating guitarist Siegfried Schwab and delicious schnitzels with potato salad. Natural. The affair ends with the song: Baptized “Don’t Give a Schnitz”, the piece being chanted in a field under a microphone and in the sun. “In music, as in cooking, it is important to believe in traditions,” says Green. Only then can cultural innovations be created.
Layer of natural sparkling wines
Clearly, Rhinoceros, FP and Green are pierced in good food. Arranged for the first crazy “Pizza pet’nat Parties”, he serves a pile of friends pizzas and DJ sets at the stove and turntables while the natural glossy wines are washed down and served with a stack of these essential bright wines of natural choice. aperitif. Third, he cooks dishes for “Origin & Juice”. MakotoA German-based company grows wagyu beef in an organic and stable spirit to distribute the meat throughout the high gastronomy circuit throughout Europe.
ASM transcended his interests and accustomed his fans to natural wine and jazz lovers through hip-hop. “For us, the two scenes are closely intertwined, representing the triangle. In its spirit and its approach, the hip-hop world resembles natural wine. The wind of freedom and authenticity blows there against mass production. You can dare to go to the extreme and it’s absolutely fun.
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