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What AreYou Drinking- Right Now?
Potato.
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Joined: Jun 09, 2010
Posts: 105
From: Lincoln, NE
Posted: 2010-10-05 12:46 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-09-30 19:26, amybean wrote:
Pisco Sours (wow that went down fast)








Pisco Sours don't strike me as particularly "tiki," but I have fond memories of them from a trip to Peru. Pisco sours were served to us before, during, and after every meal and it made for a foggy-headed, drunken trip. Good times. Good stuff.
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Wayfarer
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Joined: Jun 03, 2009
Posts: 300
From: Italy, but not by choice
Posted: 2010-10-09 06:42 am   Permalink

A root beer... enanced with Angustra Bitters and Captain Morgan Tattoo, which has an interesting flavor that compliments the other two ingredients.
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Club Nouméa
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Joined: May 03, 2010
Posts: 352
From: Wanganui
Posted: 2010-10-12 01:19 am   Permalink

The Kiwifruit Chocolate Concoction

Ingredients:

1 1/2 oz of Elliott's chocolate liqueur (or equivalent product - ditto below...)
1 oz of De Kuyper kiwifruit liqueur
1 oz of Seven Tiki rum
1 scoop of Killinchy Gold Pure Vanilla ice cream
Whittaker's Coconut Slab chocolate (or coconut rough chocolate)



Blend everything except the Whittaker's chocolate until smooth and pour into a small flute.

Grate enough chocolate to sprinkle on as a topping, or, for chocolate addicts, grate more and mix it into the drink.




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Mr. NoNaMe
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Joined: May 10, 2006
Posts: 1919
Posted: 2010-10-12 8:23 pm   Permalink

Taylor Fladgate 10 year tawny port.

 
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drunkycrow
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Joined: Jul 30, 2010
Posts: 6
Posted: 2010-10-12 8:43 pm   Permalink

A Chartreuse Swizzle. It's fantastic and I just posted on my blog about it for the recipe. I had no falernum however. I faked it with Orgeat/Allspice Dram/Angostura/Ginger liqueur.
http://drunkycrow.blogspot.com/2010/10/chartreuse-swizzle.html

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MadDogMike
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Joined: Mar 30, 2008
Posts: 7367
From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2010-10-15 8:11 pm   Permalink

A Leilani Volcano to help inspire me to play with clay





 
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CincyTikiCraig
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Joined: Mar 31, 2009
Posts: 368
From: Cincinnati, Ohio USA
Posted: 2010-10-15 8:57 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-10-05 12:46, Potato. wrote:
Quote:

On 2010-09-30 19:26, amybean wrote:
Pisco Sours (wow that went down fast)








Pisco Sours don't strike me as particularly "tiki," but I have fond memories of them from a trip to Peru. Pisco sours were served to us before, during, and after every meal and it made for a foggy-headed, drunken trip. Good times. Good stuff.




I love Pisco Sours, the egg white makes them extra creamy. The problem with them (for me) is that they seem to evaporate in no time flat (that is to say, I drink 'em way too fast!).


 
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telescopes
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Joined: May 06, 2007
Posts: 567
From: Palm Springs
Posted: 2010-10-15 9:41 pm   Permalink

I just finished a couple of Old Fashioneds (how does one spell this using a plural form) made with bourbon rather than rye.

I prefer rye, but Ruth's Chris doesn't stock it.

But here's my question. Down in the depths of Bilge, I just wrote the following in response and I want to know if I got it right. Since this is the serious area, my question is serious. And so is my headache.


Quote:

On 2010-10-07 22:16, JOHN-O wrote:
Actually I do prefer Bourbon to Rum.


And I prefer Rye to bourbon. It is more crisp and dry and taste a hell of a lot better in an Old Fashion then bourbon.

Now, to make here a solid TIKI point about alternative tiki spirits. The Old Fashioned might be considered a true tiki drink if you think about it from a sailor's point of view. Many sailors, or so I have been lead to understand, were quartered in San Diego after WW11. And apparently, they loved Old Fashions, so much so, that the Old Fashioned is still served as a San Diego specialty in many San Diego establishments. And since these same sailors happened to have developed a taste for this drink after running around the Pacific, I think it is possible to presume that rye is an authentic drink of South Pacific American sailors, the same sailors who helped to make tiki what it was after the Big One. I need to qualify here that Rye is indeed the proper spirit for making an Old Fashioned fashionable.

So, am I on solid ground?


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CucamongaChango
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Joined: Jul 13, 2008
Posts: 264
From: Denver, CO
Posted: 2010-10-15 10:04 pm   Permalink

I prefer to be on wobbly ground when imbibing.
If it tastes good, drink it.
Tiki, for me, is a part of a much greater booze tapestry whereby all liquors slouch arm in arm in defiance of the mundane.
Cheers!

Currently drinking: 12 yr Appleton on the rocks.


 
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MrBaliHai
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Joined: Jun 01, 2002
Posts: 802
Posted: 2010-10-17 4:32 pm   Permalink


Trader Vic's Navy Grog with ice cone.
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bamboo stu
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Joined: Sep 18, 2007
Posts: 130
From: Spam Leandro, CA
Posted: 2010-10-20 6:25 pm   Permalink

Mmm, the Suffering Bastard. #1 Favorite.

Today being my birthday, I felt I was entitled to a mid-week cocktail on my arrival home. BUT! ALAS! No Ginger Ale!! The Narrow Escape is perilously low on mixers, although fairly well stocked on inherited gin, vodka, rum, bourbon, and tequila. Fresh mint and lime grow in the back yard.

Being the MacGuyver that I am, I sprang into action, mixing some agave nectar with sparkling mineral water. A taste..mix again...Aaah, that's it!

As I haven't mixed my favorite drink in some time (?), I had forgotten the requisite proportions of this tricky concoction. And, I was too thirsty to look it up on the ol' interweb. First taste indicated not enough gin, add gin, woah too much! Now more lime, more 'ginger ale'..THE KICK IS GOOD! Damn good thing I used my Honolua Surfco mug by Tiki Farm, that thing is massive.

Not exactly Forbidden Island quality, but with the buzz I have now, I can't complain about a thing.


 
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Thunderlips
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Joined: Nov 04, 2005
Posts: 135
From: Massachusetts
Posted: 2010-10-20 7:28 pm   Permalink

Planter's Punch from Beachbum Berry's "Remixed."

Wanted nothing else this Summer and still enjoying them well into Fall!

Yum, etc.


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heylownine
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Joined: Oct 05, 2008
Posts: 678
From: Agoura Hills, CA
Posted: 2010-10-24 7:28 pm   Permalink

!51 Swizzle. The first one was constructed with Lemon Hart 151, then a 2nd was made using Gosling's 151. Obviously the Lemon Hart was superior. But since conservation efforts are still in place, the Goslings works as a supplement.



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slimman
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Joined: Mar 07, 2010
Posts: 11
From: Gulf Coast
Posted: 2010-11-01 10:22 pm   Permalink

I am currently enjoying a few fingers of Ron Anejo Pampero Aniversario served neat. A great way to knock off the chill these cooler fall nights.

 
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CucamongaChango
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Joined: Jul 13, 2008
Posts: 264
From: Denver, CO
Posted: 2010-11-04 6:42 pm   Permalink

Hai Karate from the Bum.
When will I learn to half his lime(and lemon) measurements?
Too much lime.
I'ma make another one with only half an ounce and see how that goes.
If I'm gonna spend that much on the maple syrup... I'd like to be able to taste it.


 
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