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Archive for July, 2007

Jul28

Recap: Tales of the Cocktail

The coverage of Tales has been so intense, I’ve had trouble keeping up on it! Here is a list of all of the posts I’ve found. Please comment or send me an email if I’ve missed you, and I’ll you add to the list. Tiki Photo Contest Before I get into the recap, I wanted […]

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Jul22

Tales of the Cocktail Wrap-Up

We’re back in our happy gnome house in central PA, and all I can think about is how I wish we were still in New Orleans. Tales of the Cocktail was an enchanting experience. To anyone who couldn’t make it this year or wasn’t sure whether it was worth it, I hope my posting over […]

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Jul21

Tales of the Cocktail – Friday and Saturday – Update 2

Saturday Recap 12:01am – Gretchen and I were sitting in the lobby of Hotel Monteleone eating awesome pralines from the Southern Candy Makers. More importantly, there was a peanut butter-filled Ritz cracker sandwich coated entirely in bittersweet chocolate. Before long, Chuck and Wesley showed up and joined us in the comfy seats. The highlight of […]

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Jul20

Tales of the Cocktail – A Bit More of Thursday and Friday – Update 2

Cafe Du Monde and Some Liquor Finds 10:30am (now on Friday) – We found out the the Tales breakfast at Brennan’s was way over-RSVP’d and that if we hadn’t signed up, we should search elsewhere to soak up all the drinks from the previous night. A quick Google search revealed Cafe Du Monde. Their menu […]

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Jul19

Tales of the Cocktail – Thursday – Update 4

Oh, the Cocktail Hour Tried so many things that I don’t have time to post about. Lucid absinthe is mild but very tasty. Off to Delachaise with Paul and Darcy for dinner! Lost Ingredients – Live Blogging 4:15pm – The panel is over. Filled with strange liqueurs, I seek food before the cocktail hour, which […]

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Jul18

Tales of the Cocktail – Wednesday – Update 1

The Opening Dinner and Meeting Everyone! 9:54pm – After countless emails and blog conversations with so many cocktail experts, I have never met even one of them in person. The opening ceremonies at Riche in Harrah’s Hotel changed all that. I met, in no particular order: Paul Clarke, Darcy O’Neil, Chuck Taggert, Jamie Boudreau, Paul […]

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Jul17

Tales of the Cocktail “Live” Blogging

I don’t think I can adequately convey how excited I am for Tales of the Cocktail. I’m going to get to meet all the fine gentlemen and ladies whom I’ve been sharing my love of mixology with for over a year. We’ll be eating at delectable restaurants and cocktails will be around every corner. The […]

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Jul16

MxMo 17 – A Rendezvous with Dr. Bamboo

Wow, we’ve done this seventeen times? Mixology Monday manages to grow with each incarnation, and it’s obvious by the number of new blogs that well-crafted cocktails are finding their way back into our culture. I was quite pleased to see Paul’s topic, because I knew it would give me the chance to put down on […]

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Jul8

Tiki Photo Contest

Important Note: I just realized that my email account rick@kaiserpenguin.com wasn’t working. It should be now, so please re-submit any photos you sent along. Thanks, and sorry for the inconvenience. As FireFox chokes to load all of my cocktail blog tabs, I sit back and hope for an exciting new cocktail. I apple-w through the […]

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Jul2

Sippin’ Safari – A Book Advertisement

I arrived home to find an Amazon box nestled lovingly up against my garage door, like it had found its true home. What occurred next was me moving faster than I have in probably two years. I grabbed a knife at random from the block and tore into the box with fevered intensity. I felt […]

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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