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Archive for January, 2009

Jan31

Drinking and Eating in the Pacific Northwest

This will be a short update, as I’m about to go bottle Voyager gin at Pacific Distillery, but let me start out by saying that Seattle is wonderful. Friday Night Our crew consisted of a fashionable array of cocktail and food lovers: Paul Clarke of Cocktail Chronicles, Stevi Deter author of Two at the Most, […]

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Jan27

Original Absinthe Recipes – TDN Mata Hari

Upcoming TDN – Vermouth Vermouth helped to transform straight booze into the cocktail, and in turn, rowdy bar patrons into sophisticated glitterati. Join us in the Mixoloseum chatroom, where a host of cocktail nerds will be making vermouth new again with original cocktails. Bring along your favorite dry, sweet, and blanc. Festivities begin at 7pm […]

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Jan20

TDN – Original Chartreuse Cocktails

Upcoming TDN – Mata Hari Absinthe I have waited for quite some time to host an absinthe-themed TDN, and now the time is upon us! And to top it off, I have the pleasure of joining several other cocktail writers at the Tabard Inn in D.C. to host the event live. Don’t let that stop […]

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Jan16

Solid Cachaça

I can’t get over it. This stuff smells so damn good. Boca Loca Cachaça’s aroma is earthy and vegetal with loads of caramel. A tip to the tongue reveals not a firey spirit, but one smooth and extremely drinkable. I’m almost a little disappointed at this, wishing that more of Boca Loca’s funky aromas came […]

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Jan13

TDN Float Wrap-Up

Upcoming TDN – Chartreuse Oh, the lure of Chartreuse. Herbs, both aromatic and sweet, embracing all of your senses and whisking you on a dance in the trees with fairies and monks. It’s green hue brings thoughts of Christmas, mistletoe, and the hearth. For me, Chartreuse is a Yuletide spirit, and as long as my […]

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Jan9

My Liquor Cabinet… What am I missing?

This post is part of an ongoing quest to make Kaiser Penguin more fun and accessible. Marleigh over at Sloshed! gave me a kick in the pants with her post on housekeeping. I don’t want to promise anything, but here are some ideas: Future Ideas of Action KP’s Top 3 Imbibables – A short list […]

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Jan6

TDN Sandeman Port Wrap-Up

Upcoming TDN – The Float Every drink created at this week’s TDN must include a float. It can be anything from flaming Chartreuse to an orange saffron-scented cream… or something simpler, like overproof rum. The winning cocktail this week will receive a copy of The Bartender’s Guide: How to Mix Drinks: A Bon Vivant’s Companion […]

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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