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Archive for May, 2006

May30

Mixology Monday III: Mint

Last Mixology Monday, we had over 15 submissions, and I was pleased to be introduced to several new blogs that I’ve since added to my reading list. The upcoming Mixology Monday is being hosted right here at Kaiser Penguin on June 5th, and the topic is Mint. The Rules Create, review, or share a drink […]

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May26

Spindrift

Arrrrrr!, Demerara rum. Such a lovely lass ye’are. I been questin’ for ye some time now, and I have finally found me cap’ns treasure! A famous French pirate captain that is, and a monk too. Eustace the Monk was his name. He actually was a land-lovin’ monk in a Benedictine monastery as a lad, and […]

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May17

Imbibe – May/June 06 – Part III

I keep finding myself picking up Imbibe over and over again, leafing through to find something I haven’t read yet. If it isn’t obvious by now, I’ve definitely subscribed; I’ve always found it amazing how much joy you can get out of less than $20 when it comes to magazine subscriptions. It’s time to delve […]

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May14

Test Pilot

If I haven’t already said this in another post, you absolutely must pick up a copy of Beachbum Berry’s Grog Log. For $10, it’s the quintessential tiki book purchase. Grog Log is filled fun tiki drawings, great information on tiki culture and history, not to mention an excellent section on rum. Most importantly, the recipes […]

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May10

Molecular Mixology

The New York Times published a great article today on the growing trend of mixing cocktails with science. Entitled Two Parts Vodka, One Part Science, the article definitely seems as if it’s written for those who are already passionate about cocktails, yet there is a bit of history in there for newcomers. From leather-infused Manhattan’s […]

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May8

Coffee – Mixology Monday

As the time neared when I would need to craft a post for the second Mixology Monday, my mind was ablaze with… nothing. I had been so utterly entranced by tiki and rum-related drinks, that I’d been drinking little else. But then I started to flip through my coveted copy of Grog Log, and I […]

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May2

Imbibe – May/June 06 – Part II

As the hours of the day ticked away, a newly familiar magazine crossed my mind more than a few times. I can’t think of the last time I actually consciously looked forward to reading a magazine this much – maybe back in the days when I eagerly anticipated the arrival of the next issue of […]

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May1

Imbibe – May/June 06 – Part I

On the recommendation of Paul Clarke over at Cocktail Chronicles, I sauntered over in an allergy-infused delirium to Barnes and Noble to snag the premiere issue of Imbibe. It took me a second to find it tucked away on the top shelf amongst a plethora of beer brewing and wine enthusiast-type magazines, but once in […]

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Kaiser Penguin is a cocktail blog featuring original recipes, homemade ingredients, classic cocktails, and tiki drinks.

Why on Earth did you name your blog “Kaiser Penguin?”

It is a well-known fact that penguins are members of high society and enjoy fine cocktails. Our very own kaiser penguin would like me to mention that he also enjoys various treats from the sea.

Contact: rick@kaiserpenguin.com