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tobunga
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Posted: 2016-07-01 5:01 pm   Permalink

Ha Ha! At first I thought that was an ice shell in the glass, but then I realized it was the little light-up Death Star from the drink at Disneyland... how appropriate!

I remember you taking about this recipe... hopefully we can try it out sometime, sounds delish!

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heylownine
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Posted: 2016-07-01 8:00 pm   Permalink

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Ha Ha! At first I thought that was an ice shell in the glass, but then I realized it was the little light-up Death Star from the drink at Disneyland... how appropriate!

I remember you taking about this recipe... hopefully we can try it out sometime, sounds delish!





It's actually an ice ball Death Star! Val has 2 Death Star ice ball molds and as you said - it just seemed appropriate. Thanks for the nudge on the idea and recipe!

kevin
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heylownine
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Posted: 2016-07-01 8:04 pm   Permalink

Episode 58 of 5 Minutes of Rum is available for listening and/or downloading. El Dorado 3, Cocktails on Tap, and the Mai Ta-IPA.



(Not empty, I assure you.)













http://5minutesofrum.com/episodes/2016/6/30/episode-58-el-dorado-3


Thanks for listening,

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Posted: 2016-07-03 11:07 pm   Permalink

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It's actually an ice ball Death Star! Val has 2 Death Star ice ball molds and as you said - it just seemed appropriate. Thanks for the nudge on the idea and recipe!

kevin

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After our discussion at the Hut tonight I realized I was right... and wrong! NOT an ice shell... but also NOT a light up Death Star... possibly the best of both worlds, a Death Star ice cube! The PERFECT garnish for a cocktail named The Dark Side!
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heylownine
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Posted: 2016-07-26 9:29 pm   Permalink

Episode 59 of 5 Minutes of Rum is available for listening and/or downloading. Chairman’s Reserve, Smuggler’s Cove (the book), and the Formidable Dragon.













http://5minutesofrum.com/episodes/2016/7/24/epsiode-59-chairmans-reserve

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mikehooker
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Posted: 13 days ago; 2:06 pm   Permalink

Just got back from a two week long National Parks road trip where we visited eight parks and clocked about 4,500 miles. In anticipation of the 70-ish driving hours we downloaded a bunch of podcasts that friends recommended along with some cocktail and exotica shows and the entire run of 5 Min of Rum. The majority of the podcasts were unexceptional, some we couldn't even get more than a few minutes into, but I kept finding myself going back to your show. I listened to 45 episodes over the course of the trip. Just wanted to let you know I appreciate all the research and effort you put into each episode. They're really enjoyable and I look forward to going back through the show notes to make my own notes of some rums, books and tools I need to pick up, and maybe some syrups and infusions to try out as well.

Hopefully in the next week or two I'll be completely caught up. Keep up the good work!

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heylownine
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Posted: 12 days ago; 6:46 pm   Permalink

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On 2016-09-14 14:06, mikehooker wrote:
Just got back from a two week long National Parks road trip where we visited eight parks and clocked about 4,500 miles. In anticipation of the 70-ish driving hours we downloaded a bunch of podcasts that friends recommended along with some cocktail and exotica shows and the entire run of 5 Min of Rum. The majority of the podcasts were unexceptional, some we couldn't even get more than a few minutes into, but I kept finding myself going back to your show. I listened to 45 episodes over the course of the trip. Just wanted to let you know I appreciate all the research and effort you put into each episode. They're really enjoyable and I look forward to going back through the show notes to make my own notes of some rums, books and tools I need to pick up, and maybe some syrups and infusions to try out as well.

Hopefully in the next week or two I'll be completely caught up. Keep up the good work!

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Mahalo Mike. I'm very flattered - 45 episodes is no small feat! I am a big listener of podcasts myself and will often load up for a long trip also. I just never pictured my show in that category so it's nice to hear.

In an effort to keep the finish line in front of you, I'm working on the next show now. With any luck it'll be out in the next week.

Thanks for listening,

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Posted: 12 days ago; 6:52 pm   Permalink

Wow, in the aftermath of Tiki Oasis I realize I didn't post a link to episode 60. So for those of you who listen but aren't subscribed, here's the link to episode 60 of 5 Minutes of Rum: Denizen Aged White Rum, Yuzu, and the Kaiju Kula.


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http://5minutesofrum.com/episodes/2016/8/18/episode-60-denizen-aged-white-rum

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heylownine
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Posted: 7 days ago; 5:48 pm   Permalink

Episode 61 is available for listening and/or downloading. Don Q Anejo, Swanky's book Mai-Kai: History & Mystery of the Iconic Tiki Restaurant, and the Derby Daiquiri. And a rum old-fashioned, because.
















http://5minutesofrum.com/episodes/2016/9/19/episode-61-don-q-anejo

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