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Archive for November, 2008

Nov28

Kenyan Ghost

Every once in a while, someone in the Mixoloseum Chat Room will determine that one Thursday Drink Night a week isn’t enough and start making up drinks on the fly. The love for fun new drinks sometimes just can’t be stopped. A trio of cocktails came out of a recent cocktail creation session with Tiare […]

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Nov26

TDN Leblon Cachaça Wrap-Up

Saturday Drink Night (SDN) Thursday Drink Night is happening this week, just not on Thursday. Our bellies will be full of roast turkey with glistening, crispy skin flecked with rosemary and thyme, oozy, sausage and apple laden stuffing with a nice crunchy top, and silky pumpkin pie that seems to replicate on your plate every […]

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Nov21

Harvest Punch

Punches have been on my mind lately, and I couldn’t figure out why until I realized I’d been reading Imbibe by David Wondrich on and off for the past few weeks. I wasn’t making any of the drinks (yet), but somehow I was channeling the fine cocktailian at the bar. Swizzles and punches just started […]

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Nov17

TDN Fruit Liqueurs Wrap-Up

Leblon Cachaça Sponsors TDN! Before we delve into last week’s Thursday Drink Night, I want to announce this week’s theme and sponsor, Leblon Cachaça. Thanks to all the energy you devote to TDN and the innovative and exciting recipes you create every week, we’ve gotten our first official sponsor. We’ll be using Leblon to mix […]

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Nov14

Imbibers 100

Only 83 out of 100? I have some work to do. Darcy, from Art of Drink, has gone and created an cocktailian meme. I won’t weigh you down with any more of my spiel, though. Hear it from Darcy: Instructions: Copy this list into your blog, with instructions. Bold all the drinks you’ve imbibed. Cross […]

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Nov11

TDN Gin Wrap-Up

(If you’re looking for upcoming TDN info, it’s at the bottom!) Last week’s TDN produced so many quality gin drinks we could write a second volume to the Old Waldorf Astoria Bar Book. Well, at least a modern one. From Aperol and Fernet Branca to hibiscus grenadine and rhubarb bitters, this TDN was no gin […]

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Nov9

Bitters Ice Cubes – MxMo

Doug’s MxMo Round Up is posted, and it’s intense! MxMo is being hosted by Doug over at The Pegu Blog and the theme is “made from scratch”. No doubt there will be homemade syrups, infusions, spirits, genies, red bull cotton candy, and other various elixers, so to be different, I decided to make my own […]

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Nov3

Hamelin Swizzle

Looking for new excuses to use vanilla syrup and eyeing up the 375ml bottle of Old Forester Repeal Bourbon that came in the mail a few weeks ago, I decided on a swizzle. Swizzles are fairly easy to whip up, and just as likely to taste like a muddled mess destined for the sink drain […]

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Nov1

Rhubarb and Rye

Every other Wednesday, I have been creating a 7 or so course tasting menu for friends. They are local foodies, have distinguished palates, and speak their mind whether they are asked or not. It was the perfect opportunity to try out a new rye whiskey on them. My approach was by no means scientific, but […]

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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.

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