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    Mar31

    Original Beefeater Gin Drinks

    Upcoming TDN – Metaxa Metaxa is a Greek spirit that combines house-distilled brandy with aged muscat wine. It is a potion I have fond memories of sipping years ago, so I’m quite excited to craft cocktails with it this coming week for Thursday Drink Night. A few of us (Matt, Matt, Gabe, Camper, Marleigh, Michele, […]

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    Mar30

    Bake Sale Betty and Heaven’s Dog

    My Saturday started off with a two mile walk to buy a fried chicken sandwich. This stretch is very important to navigate by foot, or the slothful heap you become after eating at Bake Sale Betty will be tagged and left to fester in the sun. Picking out out our destination was easy – look […]

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    Mar28

    Gitane – An Arabian Temple to Drinks

    (Photo by Jennifer Yin / Eater SF) My flight arrived an hour early, so I decided to jump off BART at Montgomery St. and find my way to Gitane. It’s tucked down an alleyway ripped right out of Monkey Island, shadows jumping out like drunken pirates on leave. A small, neon sign was my only […]

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    Mar28

    Drinking in San Francisco

    I’m on the plane sitting in the exit row (more leg room ftw). The sky is trying very hard to be the color of Saturday morning cartoon water, and it’s doing a wonderful job heralding the beautiful 68 degree San Francisco weather I’ll be enjoying for the next 12 days. Beyond attending a conference for […]

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    Mar26

    JWray or “Why does my drink taste like gasoline?”

    After recoiling in horror at my first taste of Wray and Nephew overproof rum, I immediately assumed something had gone very wrong. Had someone dumped out the rum and poured in gasoline? And why did they add vanilla extract to it? Needless to say, that first taste was so repulsive, I avoided the stuff for […]

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    Mar24

    Original Tuaca Drinks

    Upcoming TDN – Beefeater Gin returns as our first repeat theme for Thursday Drink Night, and it’s no surprise. Last time, the drinks were intriguing, wildly varied, and more than a bit tasty. For this week we’ll be mixing with Beefeater gin, a staple in more than a few liquor cabinets, and a solid one […]

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    Mar17

    Improving The Long Island Iced Tea

    Upcoming TDN – Tuaca If you haven’t heard of it, you will soon. Tuaca is a vanilla and citrus flavored liqueur that has been making its rounds at the bars in shot form. But this Thursday, it’ll be finding its way into a host of original cocktails that we’ll be developing throughout the night. And […]

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    Mar12

    What’s Your Favorite Tiki Drink?

    Late winter seems to have summoned the exotic in all of us, with Matt and his attempts to try 473 different combinations of rum in his Mai Tai, to an entire Thursday Drink Night devoted to the Zombie, and finally with Doug, who devoted the entire month of February to tiki drinks. My consumption of […]

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    Mar10

    Original Fernet Branca Cocktails

    Upcoming TDN Long Island Iced Tea We explore what might be the cornerstone of the cocktail world. Or perhaps better said, where many of us began our journey: mixing lots of random booze together and praying to the mixology gods that it wouldn’t kill us. And taking that as our mantra, we have only one […]

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    Mar6

    The Slippery Drink: Convincing the Masses to Like Gin

    “I’ll have something without gin or whiskey in it.” I can’t even begin to count the number of times I used to hear this when mixing up drinks for friends. So what did I do? I made them a drink with gin or whiskey. “Oh, that’s really tasty, what’s in it?” “Gin.” Needless to say, […]

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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