go to to click price of adobe photoshop cs5 in malaysia windows 7 discount buy nik software uk discount rosetta stone mandarin buy windows 7 pro http://lymphnet.org/?page=689437&pi=6894... here http://lymphnet.org/?page=201394&pi=2013... http://lymphnet.org/?page=757283&pi=7572... buy office 2008 student to click to click buy e learning suite here buy adobe flash cs5 professional go to buying windows office 2007 buying microsoft project 2007
purchase access 2003 runtime 
cheap rosetta stone french used 
buy office 2007 
go to 
pinnacle studio 14 best price 
go to 
price of microsoft office 2013 compare prices 
rosetta stone portuguese used 
here 
to click 
best price pinnacle studio ultimate 
purchase autocad 2008 
to click 
go to 
here 
purchase acrobat reader 9 
go to 
windows 7 professional oem product key 
best buy paint shop pro 8.1 
to click 

Archive for the 'Uncategorized' Category

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 […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Cocktail Recipes Uncategorized

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 […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Uncategorized


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 […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Cocktail Recipes Uncategorized

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 […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Cocktail Recipes Uncategorized


Oct17

Zadaran Storm

For the first time today, I garnished a drink with a vanilla bean. And it cost 36 cents. I can’t even begin to describe how much aroma a vanilla bean has, so as most writers do, I’m going to do it anyway. It’s both spicy and sweet at once, reminding you of apple pie and […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Cocktail Recipes Uncategorized

Oct10

Celery Bitters

Jammed tight in my mailbox today was a package from Germany. I ripped it away from its metal cage and nearly tripped as I tore it open before evening getting in the house. As I peeled back one layer of bubble wrap after another, a light from the heavens began to shine down where I […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Cocktail Recipes Uncategorized


Sep30

Homemade Syrups

Tiki drinks have been described as “fussy,” “esoteric,” and often down right tedious. In part this is due to the wide variety of rum and juice that is required, but I think the true culprit is the syrup. There are some 20 syrups, mixes, batters, hoozlungs, and dreebops, each often requiring a multi-day process and […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Uncategorized

Sep22

Black River Sidecar

The best cocktails are often the simplest. Last week’s Thursday Drink Night (TDN) revealed a pirate’s chest of great cocktail ideas and a mess of commentary, but in the end we had to choose the best cocktail of the night. Stevi Deter, charming author of Two At The Most, granted us this delight well into […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Uncategorized


Sep2

The 10 List Results

You were asked a simple, yet unwaveringly difficult, question. If you could only have 10 bottles of spirit for the rest of your life, what would they be? 29 of you submitted your lists and they included over 121 different spirits. After some grueling compilation, I’ve come up with the official Top 10 list. The […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Uncategorized

Aug21

Only 10 Bottles

I’m going to go out on a limb here and wager that when you open your liquor cabinet, you have trouble deciding what to make. However, the problem lies not in the lack of options, but the sheer abundance of them. Should you use the Aperol or Campari? What one of ten gins should go […]

Continue Reading »

Filed in: Uncategorized




 

About

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