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    How to Not Make Ginger Syrup

    What I’m about to say may surprise some people. > Don’t make ginger syrup. My caravan of spirit-loving Fremen embarked upon a journey last night. Confidence was high, the winds were right – it would surely be a brief quest, and one that ended in caches of water a tasty cocktail. We began our trek […]

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    How to Make Orgeat Syrup

    (Yes, I’m giving some away… see below) Orgeat (almond syrup) is the rabbits foot in a witches cauldron. And once unearthed, it will find its way into every damn cocktail you create. But wait, isn’t orgeat only used in tiki drinks? From the Scorpion Bowl where it balances tart orange, aromatic gin, and soothing brandy […]

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    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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    MxMo “Limit One” Round-Up #3

    The Round-Up All you cocktail nuts are awesome. It has been so much fun putting together this edition of Mixology Monday. The entries have been deliciously written, intriguing, and full of quality spirits, cocktails, and way more booze than a sane person should consume, well, ever. Ted’s Palo Alto Ted sent me a very nice […]

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    MxMo “Limit One” Round-Up #2

    The Round-Up I thought this was going to get easier as I pushed through the dangerous waters of Mixology Monday. Oh, how I was wrong. The second round-up of three reveals “evil” cheating. People have doubled recipes to meet the 3oz requirement! I wholeheartedly approve. Mixology Monday is by no means a competition, but I […]

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    MxMo “Limit One” Round-Up

    I half-joked and was half-serious when I said I’d try all the submissions the last time I hosted Mixology Monday. Though this time, only one day after I chose the “Limit One” theme, I received a memo from my liver. It was very short and to the point: “You’ll regret it. – Your Functioning Liver” […]

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    MxMo Brandy – Pendennis

    Marleigh, from over at SLOSHED! is hosting this fine edition of Mixology Monday. After trying a plethora of brandy cocktails and whipping up a couple of new tiki recipes, I decided to fall back on an old favorite. Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails by Dr. Cocktail was one of the first cocktail books that found […]

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    MxMo Fizz: New Orleans Fizz No. 1

    I have little doubt that one or more of our illustrious group of cocktailians will plunge headfirst into the the history of the gin fizz. If not, Eric Felten does more than a fine job of detailing its origins and downfall in How’s Your Drink? which should be hitting shelves before yuletide. For those of […]

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    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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    MxMo Tequila – Acapulco

    Tiki torches flickering in the background to the beats of Don Tiki, I crack open Difford’s Guide Volume 5 to find a recipe for this edition of Mixology Monday, being hosted by My Bar, Your Bar. Visions of both hate letters and high praise float through the air as I listen to the congo beat […]

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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.