The Pegu Blog looks at where bourbon really got its name, and all this things we can learn from the tale.
The Suit, Tie & Lei, an unusually bitter Tiki original from Chemistry of the Cocktail for Tiki Month.
The Pegu Blog presents a garnishing technique we call Kulahua's Orange Peel. Use it for all sorts of results like this flower.
This TIki Month offering is the Big Bamboo, a lost classic Tiki drink from the Mai Kai in south Florida.
Don's Special Daiquiri a delicious, if flawed, Tiki daiquiri from Don the Beachcomber's
A review of Liberty, in Seattle: A model for sustainable craft cocktail bars.
The Pegu Blog reviews the new Scottish gin, Caorunn.
Forget the slushies, and enjoy the classic magnificence of the real Margarita.
The Mr. Bali Hai is a fun Tiki drink with delicious coffee undertones.
It is the roundup for February's Mixology Monday. The theme is Tiki and more than 35 posts and 45 cocktails are included.
The Missionary's Downfall. A Tiki drink whose appearance and flavor is every bit as evocative as its name.
Here's a Tiki drink with no rum! The Suffering Bastard has a long and glorious history, both as cocktail and mug to contain it!
A Valentine's Day Tiki-style offering: The Pink Wink
The Tiki drink, Dr. Funk, actually predates the Tiki era, and is named from a real doctor.
The 151 Swizzle is a particularly tasty use for the resurrected gem: Lemon Hart 151.
The new Lemon Hart 151 versus the old, and an interview with its importer, Ed Hamilton.
The Best Year is a Tiki drink judged the best cocktail of 1975!
The next Tiki month cocktail from the Pegu Blog is the Sneaky Tiki, a drinkable fruity cocktail with a fun story.
Tiki Month continues at the Pegu Blog with this fabulously named Tiki cocktail: The Vicious Virgin!
It's Tiki Month at the Pegu Blog. We look at the Sidewinder's Fang, an exotic-tasting treat that isn't as tough as it sounds.
The Pegu Blog reviews the new OYO Stone Fruit from Middle West Spirits.
The Pegu Blog examines the Four Roses Distillery, and the Bourbons that they create.
For this floral Mixology Monday, the Pegu Blog discusses Orange Flower Water and Mint Juleps.
For this month's Mixology Monday, the Pegu Blog offers the Blue Beetle #2.
The Pegu Blog reviews the big, long, smooth taste of Ron de Jeremy Rum, and finds it hits the spot....
The Pegu Blog reviews the Polar Ice Tray: Giant slabs of crystal clear ice for the home cocktail enthusiast.
The Pegu Blog starts winding down Tiki Month with the Reverb Crash, a 21st Century Tiki contest winner.
The Pegu Blog is having fun with Tiki garnishes and offers the Halikai Hot Tub.
The Pegu Blog examines some unique Tiki-esque mugs from ElizabethJeanCreations
The Pegu Blog offers the OYO Lani, a new Tiki drink featuring OYO Honey Vanilla Bean Vodka.
The Pegu Blog reviews OYO Honey Vanilla Bean Vodka. A delicious, craft made liquor from Columbus, OH micro-distillery, Middle West Spirits.
The Duval Cream is a delicious dessert cocktail that perfectly evokes key lime pie.
The Port Light. A whisk(e)y based Tiki drink from the lost Kahiki Supper Club in Columbus, OH
Crown Royal Black: This isn't your Dad's Canadian whisky... and that's the point.
The Pegu Blog mixes up a Tiki version of the Pegu: The Pegu-Pegu
The Pegu Blog examines two of the many faces of Tiki drink, the Lapu Lapu.
Tiki Month at the Pegu Blog continues with the Coconut Kallaloo, a late-era Tiki drink, and some thoughts about what that means.
The Pegu Blog kicks off its Tiki Month 2011 with a Don the Beachcomber classic, the Nui Nui. It's an exotic blend of rum and redolent spices that takes you away.
The Nikki Heat, a delicious spicy new cocktail with an interesting story for a name.
The Pegu Blog suggests the Gin n' Cinn to give Hiram Walker's Original Cinn a workout.
Mixology Monday is about Forgotten Cocktails this month. The Pegu Blog remembers. Oh yes, it remembers....
Have a spooktacular Halloween with a Skeletal Mule, made with Three Olives Purple.
The Pegu Blog reviews a new artisanal vodka from Ohio: OYO Vodka from Middle Western Spirits
For Mixology Monday 51, the Pegu Blog offers up a tattooed lime garnish