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Whether you call them, clear, silver, white or simple 'see through' how do you drink them?


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Old 04-05-2008, 06:31 PM   #41
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After trying a lot of rums straight, mixed and otherwise I was amused to see the combination of Appleton VX and El Dorado 15 in the same cocktail. Then I tried a bit of those two in a glass over one ice cube. They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but I think I learned something today. Thanks for the suggestions Tiare.
Over on the forums at straightbourbon.com, a fellow named Gary Gillman (username Gillman) is constantly vatting and blending various whiskeys, rums, etc (usually not whiskey and rum together) and reporting on the results. Some of them are absolutely fascinating and well worth checking out.
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Good idea Ed! please do..
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Old 04-07-2008, 07:16 AM   #43
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Default Pandan and Kaffir Lime Pina Colada

Quote from FrikiTiki`s blog: My kids really like pineapple, so I often purchase a whole pineapple and use my pineapple Slicer/Corer to extract the center of the pineapple. I then pour off the extra juice in the bottom of the body of the pineapple into a cup and use this for my drinks. I cut the bottom off the core that is still remaining in the body of the pineapple and use it as a glass for my drink. It makes the drink even more festive.
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When talking about Pina Colada...

I tried my new pandan and kaffir lime syrups on 2 Pina Coladas yesterday. I know that pandan and coconut go well together in cooking, as do the kaffir lime taste so i was thinking it should work just as well in a coconut drink and it did, especially the pandan syrup is nice in a Pina Colada. Give it try! The recipe for the syrups are in the Mixers threads.
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I will have to try those some time soon. Thanks Tiare
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I had 3 friends over earlier tonight and we had a hot Thai dinner with some ice cold Singha beer. Then we wanted something sweet and punchy so tonights cocktail was this, quite tropical concoction:

RAINFOREST PUNCH

1 ounce dark rum
1 ounce bourbon
0.5 oz simple syrup
0.5 oz pandanus syrup
1 dash vanilla extract (preferable home made)
1 oz coconut milk
3 to 4 ounces milk, to taste

Shake well with ice and strain into a large goblet over crushed ice. Sprinkle with just a dust of nutmeg. Garnish with a cut pandanus leaf and a green maraschino cherry or just a vanilla bean...and serve with 2 short straws.
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