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Todd Carmichael's desire to push his own personal and professional limits takes him places known for taste and innovation. Driven by his never-ending quest to find the next big thing, Todd looks for new products he can release to his customers in "Uncommon Grounds".
Todd invents a revolutionary new brewing device but to keep up with demand he must head to Japan, a notoriously eccentric place to do business. In Tokyo and Osaka, Todd has his work cut out for him closing his cross-cultural deal.
The climate is perfect for Todd to explore Cuba, an island that's been off limits his entire life. In Havana, Todd meets up with guest star Les Stroud (Survivorman), and the two embark on an eventful journey across the island.
Todd plans a food truck cafe at the Louvre, but innovators don't often get a warm welcome in Paris. Todd meets American chefs and learns the secrets to the City of Lights, then he's off to Morocco in search of a rare machine.
Todd marks the 20th anniversary of his company, La Colombe, and 10 years of marriage to singer Lauren Hart. Heading to Zambia to find the perfect anniversary roast, he ends up on an adventure that's not for the faint of heart.
Todd heads to Turkey to meet up with his friend Hamdi Ulakaya, the founder of Chobani Yogurt. Todd explores the catacombs and historical wonders of Cappadocia in Central Turkey, and the many delights of Istanbul, the city where East meets West. But as the regional struggle against ISIS spills into the streets, protests grow larger every day. When Hamdi turns the tables on Todd, the two men find themselves enroute to the Syrian border.
Sugarcubes drummer Siggi Baldursson introduces Todd to local oddities as he explores the land of fire and ice. On a quest for a unique coffee beer, Todd goes fishing on the Arctic circle and gets too close to an erupting volcano.
Todd invents draft iced latte and heads to Jamaica for its famous Blue Mountain Coffee, but a change of heart sends him to a Jamaica few travelers see: the backstreets
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