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    Archive for the 'Tales of the Cocktail' Category

    Jul17

    TotC Thursday – Molecular Mixology – Live Blogging

    12:24pm – I got a good bit of flack last year from Jamie for live blogging many of the events, so I thought it only appropriate to put him through the gauntlet this year. 12:31pm – Here are the cocktails for the session: Ramos Marshmallows 5oz G’Vine gin 2 1/2oz lemon or lime juice 3 […]

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    Jul17

    Tales of the Cocktail – Wednesday – Update 1

    A day of pictures to tide you over until I have a full write-up of the day tomorrow. Cheers! The Cafe Adelaide Swizzle combines New Orleans Amber Rum, fresh squeezed lime juice, bitters, a splash of soda and a “secret ingredient” which just so happens to be Velvet Falernum. The opening reception packed us all […]

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    Jul16

    Tales of the Cocktail – Wednesday

    I strolled into the Carousel bar around 5:00pm yesterday in hopes of meeting up with the blogging crew. It was fairly quiet so I sat down to work my rum judging post. Before long however, the entourage began arriving. Like some orchestrated puppet show, bloggers arrived one by one, searched quizzically around the room, invariably […]

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    Jul15

    Tales of the Cocktail – Tuesday – Update 1

    (posted from the Carousel Bar, Hotel Monteleone) Never before have I sampled 31 different rums in one day. Walking in for the first session, we were greeted by tables filled with rum. 18 per seating to be precise. The aroma was not unlike that of a food scientist who just took a bat to his […]

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    Jul15

    Tales of the Cocktail – Tuesday

    While much of the city is still napping away last night’s amusements, I find myself at Cafe Envie, a small little coffee shop on Decatur almost out of the French Quarter. Only a few tourists dot streets filled with painters, garbage men, and other at work types getting ready for a new day. I walk […]

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    Jul15

    Tales of the Cocktail – Monday Night

    Knowing that I would be assaulted this whole week by fine dining and complex, crazy cocktails, I wanted to start off on the right foot. That lead me to Yo Mama’s Bar and Grill, a small nook on St. Peter. Sparsely populated, I sat at the bar and opened the menu. That was a useless […]

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    Jul12

    Tales of the Cocktail

    Let the intense blogging begin. Having finished up a delightful pisco sour at a local Peruvian restaurant, I thought it was time to get the blog rolling for Tales of the Cocktail, which begins this coming Wednesday. Last time this year, I was sitting in central Pennsylvania among cows and Amish, wondering what pimento dram […]

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    Apr29

    Tales of the Cocktail Tickets

    Tickets are now available for Tales of the Cocktail, and most importantly for me, the spirited dinners. I dashed to the site and saw with glee that I was the first to sign up for a tiki-infused dinner hosted by Beachbum Berry and Wayne Curtis at the Delachaise. Chef Chris Debarr performed like a wizard […]

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    Feb18

    Tales of the Tiki Dinner

    For those of you last minute planners out there, I’d like to heartily recommend immediately booking a flight to New Orleans for this weekend. Ann from Tales of the Cocktail sent me the menu for the evening, and it is mouthwatering. Some Highlights BALI BALI (WELCOME COCKTAIL) – Old New Orleans Rum, Citrus juices, Falernum […]

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    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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    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