Mixology Monday

MXMO: TIKI

February 20, 2012
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While the blog has seemed to linger in hibernation, know that there are stirrings about and things to come. However, while completely lost in about seven brazillian projects I’m working on, I got word that this month Mixology Monday was going all Tiki. How could I resist submitting one of my current projects for consideration […]

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Mixology Monday: Pain In The Ass Drinks

April 26, 2010
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The merry months continue to pass on by in their irresistible march towards a future full of rum and riches for yours truly (that is where we’re headed right? I really hope this isn’t like the time I got on the wrong train and ended up in Oceanside when I meant to go to LA). Of course, such a passing of time inevitably brings us our next Mixology Monday.

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Milk Punch

March 22, 2010
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It’s Mixology Monday and once again we’re coming in at the last possible second to get another great rum cocktail turned in on time.  It’s not that I don’t plan ahead.  I honestly do.  It’s more that planning does not equal doing.  As the saying goes, the path to the bar is paved with good […]

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Negrita Grog

January 25, 2010
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Mixology Monday strikes again, and this time I’m completely unprepared. I’m not sure how that’s any different from any of the other MxMo’s, but usually my sloth has much more to do with my tardiness than my utter lack of memory that it was even happening.

At Cocktail Virgin Slut, Fred spends his time trying out wonderful cocktails and then writing about them. It’s a passion so few people seem to have these days. Fred graciously asked to host MxMo this month, and his theme, tea, left me a bit in the rough…

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Mai Tai

December 14, 2009
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Iconic rum drinks are numerous.  From the daiquiri to the mojito to the omnipresent “Rum & Coke” (or Cuba Libre if you’re going to do it properly), they’re everywhere.  In 1944 one of the most iconic rum cocktails of all, perhaps only dwarfed by the daiquiri, was introduced by Victor “Trader Vic” Bergeron.  The flagship […]

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Palmetto Cocktail

October 26, 2009
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Vermouth is a mainstay of classical cocktails.  The various red, white, sweet, and dry fortified wines show up all over the place in recipes involving whiskey, gin, vodka, and even rum. Vermouth is also the theme for this month’s Mixology Monday, graciously hosted by the the pseudonymous “Vidiot” at the Cocktailians blog.  As Vidiot notes, […]

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Mixology Monday: Dizzy Dairy

September 28, 2009
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For a second there I was worried that Mixology Monday might miss the entire month of September.  I’m sure you were worried too.  And if you weren’t, just pretend that you were to make me feel better. The fine folks at the eGullet forums are hosting this month’s virtual cocktail party.  I often find myself […]

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