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お酒が飲めない私の楽しみ...!

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    Translation & Subtitles: thoseguiltyeyes | scandal-heaven.com
    This is kind of new.
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    Okay, I'll start.
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    Hello, RINA here!
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    I'll be bringing you today's video from a place that's different than usual,
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    with a different vibe,
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    along with these two guests.
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    This video is related to the DAISY PROJECT.
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    So far, Seina and I have mainly done things for it
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    such as making items to garner support.
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    As we continued to do this for several months,
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    we heard from all kinds of people,
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    and this time we're working with these two
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    who accepted our offer of doing a collaboration.
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    First, I'll introduce them.
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    There's a tea company called teteria.
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    -It's a webstore, correct?
    -Yes, it is.
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    This is Onishi, who sets up booths for them at festivals and events.
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    Thank you so much!
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    And this is Asuka, whom introduced me to Onishi,
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    and whom know each other because of work.
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    Thank you so much!
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    I don't really know where I should stand...
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    Could you two please tell us your job titles,
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    and a little about your jobs?
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    Of course. Should I start?
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    I'm wine stylist Asuka Ono.
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    Thank you for having me.
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    The office I'm part of was originally run
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    by Keisuke Ono, who writes for SCANDAL's radio program.
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    There, I produce and direct wine-based events.
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    When I published a book on Japanese wine,
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    I interviewed all sorts of people,
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    and that's how I came to know Onishi.
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    Now, when I need to serve non-alcoholic drinks,
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    I ask Onishi about different arrangements for tea we could do.
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    Since there will always be customers who do not drink,
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    I thought of how those people could enjoy events,
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    and I now serve Onishi's tea at them.
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    Since I was raised by a single mother,
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    I wanted to participate in RINA's project
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    and was thinking about what other kind of person I could introduce her to.
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    For this first step,
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    I introduced her to Onishi with the hope that everyone will drink his delicious tea.
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    Thank you very much.
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    Thank you!
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    I'm Onishi from teteria.
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    We sell black tea and tea leaves.
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    "tetetria" means "tearoom" in Spanish.
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    We handle the sales of tea leaves and wholesale distribution.
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    We focus on black teas and sometimes on herbal teas.
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    I've brought all sorts of teas today--
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    ones that are red, ones that are pink, etc.
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    They're so adorable.
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    That's what we'll be doing.
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    I think we'll still continue to spend a lot of time at home,
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    so brew some tea during those times!
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    You guys will be giving various lectures today,
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    which is why you've brought a lot of stuff.
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    Thanks so much!
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    Shall we get right into brewing the tea now?
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    Yes, let's,
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    If you would!
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    Onishi is going make tea now.
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    What's up first?
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    Today...
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    We made a tea called Pink Rose.
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    It's a mix of rose petals, hibiscus, and lavender.
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    You use boiling water with it.
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    You add the leaves.
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    By making hot herbal tea and quickly putting it over a bunch of ice,
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    you can make iced tea.
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    I see.
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    The aroma.
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    The color's nice too, but the aroma...
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    It's nice.
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    If you want to make it sweet,
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    you can use sugar, or you could use honey, which I recommend.
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    We need to add it while the tea's hot so that it melts.
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    You put in that much?
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    I like it pretty sweet.
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    When I put it in, I put a lot in.
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    Let it seep for 2-3 minutes.
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    The longer you let it seep, the more the hibiscus's acidity will come out,
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    so for those who like that, please let it seep for longer.
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    Those who don't like that, don't let it seep as long.
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    It's like rose petals are floating.
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    So cute.
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    This is making me emotional.
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    It's nice.
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    While straining it,
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    pour it over a bunch of ice.
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    By doing so, the ice will melt and you'll get iced tea.
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    Since we added honey, it's a bit milky white in color.
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    It's still lukewarm, so by stirring it,
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    it'll chill well.
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    Here you are.
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    So cute!
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    It's complete.
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    Thanks!
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    It turned out nice.
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    It's good!
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    It's really good!
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    It sure is!
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    It's easy to drink.
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    I want people to make this.
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    It's fun!
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    When you're drinking this with a child,
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    giving them straight herbal tea can be too much,
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    so do 50/50 with apple juice.
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    That looks delicious!
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    Diluting it with apple juice.
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    Yes, diluting it with apple juice.
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    Eh, that's awesome.
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    It turns into this color.
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    Ah! That's adorable!
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    It's very tropical-looking...
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    It really is. It is summer, after all.
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    It's now more of a juice and is easy to drink,
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    which a wider range of people will be able to enjoy.
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    It's nice to have something that parents and children can drink together.
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    Please try it if you'd like.
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    Thank you.
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    It's diluted with apple juice.
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    Oh, it's completely different.
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    It's more juice-like.
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    It's delicious.
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    This would be awesome to drink at home during the summer.
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    You can't really go out much right now.
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    That's true.
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    teteria posts a lot of combinations on its Instagram, doesn't it?
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    That's right.
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    All of them are so cute.
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    The visuals are unlike anything I've ever seen.
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    Because I brew things that make myself happy.
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    Onishi, do you drink alcohol?
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    -I don't.
    -Eh!?
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    I don't.
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    Onishi don't drink alcohol,
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    so if I do, it's only if it's the only thing there.
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    I see.
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    I also don't drink alcohol.
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    Eh!?
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    That's exactly why, right?
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    There are many people in bands who like alcohol,
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    but I'm not very good at handling it.
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    -What do you do when you're unsure what to drink?
    -Oolong tea.
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    I always go with oolong tea.
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    That's great.
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    That's the same for Onishi.
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    We made it iced,
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    but it's actually also delicious hot.
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    Do a 1:1 ratio of cold or hot water [to apple juice], and make diluted apple water.
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    Now boil it.
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    Apples go well with roses, so their aromas go well together as well.
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    You turned off the heat.
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    Something like that.
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    The aroma of roses is floating upwards.
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    It'll turn into tea in a bit,
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    so please wait a little longer.
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    Seeping it for 2-3 minutes is the perfect amount of time.
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    It's done.
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    There you go.
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    It's done!
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    The tea's ready.
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    What do you call this?
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    "Rose apple tea," perhaps.
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    -How does that sound?
    -It sounds good.
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    It's lovely.
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    It's hot.
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    It's really delicious.
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    (Maybe I'll ask about something I've been wondering about...💭)
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    Is that all right? Onishi.
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    Onishi's part.
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    It's awesome.
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    (...I'll ask💭)
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    Onishi, do you refer to yourself as "Onishi"?
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    I do.
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    Regularly?
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    -Yes, and when I'm among family as well.
    -Isn't everyone's last name "Onishi," too?
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    Yeah, it is.
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    Sometimes my kids refer to themselves as "Onishi" as well.
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    So cute!
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    Like, "This is Onishi's."
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    That's so cute.
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    That's nice - It's so peaceful.
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    I've prepared tea bags for this one.
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    This is black tea in a uniquely-shaped tea bag made to look like a round drop.
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    What's good about it is that it has a strong taste.
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    Milk is a rather heavy liquid, right?
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    That's why you pair it with strong black tea.
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    It's also a type of black tea that has a strong flavor to it.
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    It's made via the CTC (crush, tear, curl) method.
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    You put the tea bag in the cup,
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    and then add boiling water.
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    You can also make iced milk tea with it.
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    It makes for a really thick liquid.
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    Wait for about three minutes.
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    Put as much milk as you like.
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    You can put a little or a lot in.
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    It's done.
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    For milk tea, it'll make it really delicious if you add in sugar.
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    Feel free to put a lot in.
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    Okay.
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    This is hot milk tea.
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    It's filled to the brim.
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    It might not show up on camera.
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    Ah!
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    It's delicious.
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    But you can really taste the black tea.
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    No matter how much milk you put in, the black tea is the star.
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    You put in quite a bit [of milk], too🥛
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    For that reason,
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    if you use leaves with fine granular shape, it will appear darker.
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    By doing that, you'll have a milk tea where the milk isn't overpowering.
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    As for iced milk tea,
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    because this is slowly getting darker,
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    put in a lot of milk🥛
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    There you have it.
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    So cute.
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    So pretty.
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    They're neatly layered.
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    Thank you.
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    Oh!
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    It's a waste to mix it.
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    It's different from the hot one, right?
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    It is.
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    It's good.
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    But I want to make it sweet.
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    How about sugar syrup?
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    Yeah.
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    Also, you can add sugar at this point.
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    The sweet ver. of it.
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    It's cute.
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    I'll try it.
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    Ah, this is really good.
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    It's nice when it's sweet.
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    You're like, "This is it!"
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    For kids, too?
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    Ah, I think they could totally drink this.
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    Wow.
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    That's only using one tea bag.
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    There are many ways to drink this.
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    Thank you so much.
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    Thank you so much for showing all these ways to brew the tea!
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    By watching a video about it,
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    you'll be like, "That's easier than I thought it'd be."
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    That's definitely true.
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    You can do everything in just three steps.
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    Above all,
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    I hope people enjoy the things like boiling water and preparing ice.
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    That's really true.
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    It's so relaxing.
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    Brewing tea leaves kind of raises the bar,
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    if those who aren't used to it try it out, that is.
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    But like, today, surprisingly...
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    It made you think, "Oh, that's surprisingly easy."
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    -Any kind of pot will work, right?
    -Yes.
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    You just need a tea strainer.
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    Yeah, that's all you need.
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    It's very easy to do.
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    You can make it if you have boiling water and a cup,
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    so this brings a little fun to making tea.
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    That's lovely.
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    This will really enrich your time at home.
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    It's something that parents and kids can enjoy together as well.
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    And for those who live alone,
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    I think your "me time" will greatly be enriched.
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    That's very true.
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    I think this is such a great collaboration.
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    It makes me happy.
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    Thank you so much.
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    The tea leaves we used in today's video are...
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    Pink Rose leaves,
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    and tea bags suitable for milk tea.
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    Those are what will be sold.
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    At home you can exactly make what we featured today.
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    so those who are interested, please pick some up.
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    Proceeds from these will be donated as well.
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    It's nice to have fun doing things that are related to providing support to others.
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    so it would make me happy if you guys helped out.
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    Asuka and Onishi, thank you so much!
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    Thanks so much to everyone who watched until the end.
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    See you in my next video!
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    Bye bye!
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    Thank you so much!
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    Hello, RINA here.
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    Today...
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    I'm heading to a meeting.
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    Here I go!
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    Isn't this adorable?
    (*We tried out a bunch of teas and ended up choosing Pink Rose and CTC MILK🥛)
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    It's different, right?
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    It's completely different.
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    I was wondering if it'd be different, and it certainly is.
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    Yeah, anyone could tell.
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    Maybe we should go with CTC MILK.
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    It's really nice.
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    We've decided.
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    Thank you so much!
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    See you later!
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    Take care!
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    Today, we decided on what we'll be selling.
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    I'm really looking forward to it.
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    Look forward to it too!
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    This one.
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    They're the same.
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    The texture's different.
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    We made an original can that you can store tea leaves or bags in.
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    You can store your tea in this can and enjoy it.
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    After you use up the tea, you can use it for something else.
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    We were particular about making this,
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    so I hope you pick up one of these too.
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    Thank you for watching until the end!
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    I'd be happy if you'd enjoy the tea while watching how to make it.
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    Have a good time at home!
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    See you later!
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    Bye bye! Thank you!
Title:
お酒が飲めない私の楽しみ...!
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