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  • Re: Food Coloring

    Hi Troy, I have to say, that I am the total opposite of you - hate food coloring - I am even horrified of Campari [changed a couple of years from natural "bug" color to synthetic color]. But when I had no choice but to use "blue" I found that blue food coloring [Cointreau with blue...
  • Tiki Magazine: Worth It?

    After a long period of riding the 19th Century Jerry Thomas-cum-speakeasy wave in classic cocktails, I have succumbed to the trend in neo-Tiki-ism. Aside from the initial misgivings over the tacky-seeming aesthetic and the questionable craftsmanship of most such beverages on offer, I'm now a full...
    Posted to Books and Articles (Forum) by Geoffrey Greene on 1 Mar 2011
  • Re: Tiki Time

    Dear R, The fact that I am a huge Tiki fan is well documented for several reasons - the all encompassing 'fun' and breadth of Tiki Culture as well as the use of fine liquors. That's one of the reasons I got involved with Trailer Happiness, Mahiki and other bars and have done what I can to...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by angus on 9 Aug 2009
  • Tiki Time

    Jeff Berry is coming out with a new book, and has worked up a presentation about the origins of the Mai Tai that he's done a few times, and is scheduled to give in Hawaii soon . Here in Seattle, Vessel recently held a fun little Tiki Night. Tiki-Kon is currently going on with a "Tiki Speakeasy"...
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Robert Hess on 8 Aug 2009
  • Tiki glassware in Australia

    Can anyone tell me where I might be able to buy Tiki glassware (mugs) in Australia, also is it possible to get Tiki vessels in plastic for pool bar service?
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Jason Hanna on 14 May 2009
  • Tiki!

    Thought I'd pick the brains of you guys. Anybody know a decent supplier of Tiki related products in the UK. I'm doing a Tiki burlesque night soon and another related event a couple of months later. I've already got some mugs winging there way to me from but it's the...
  • Re: The real Mai-Tai.

    Jeff Berry offers a nice little essay on the subject over on his site, and I trust him for all things tiki: The Hundred Dollar Mai Tai .
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by marty mccabe on 18 Feb 2009
  • The ubiquitous cocktail umbrella and the not so ubiquitous back scratcher

    Do I remember correctly that it was Harry K. Yee, famed for the invention of the Blue Hawaii, who first put cocktail umbrellas and wooden back scratchers in cocktails? Cheers, Bastian
    Posted to Cocktails and Mixology (Forum) by Barworkz on 8 Jan 2009
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