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Demerara Rums from Guyana


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Cachaca and Rhum agricole, what`s the difference?


CACHACA – Around Brazil in 40.000 Alembics

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Learn how to easily open a coconut and mix up a tasty Coconaut.


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Rhum Arrangè de Cèd – Point G – Rum Buried in Salt…

The Point G by Rhums de Cèd is a very special curiosity – it´s a rhum arrangè with Ananas Victoria (a special type of pineapple growing in la Rèunion island) that has been buried in a salt marsh for 2 months….

Yes you read that right, the bottles were buried in a salt marsh […]

MxMo LXXXVI, Pineapple!

The Hawaiians call me hala-kahiki, meaning hala from a foreign land….. who am i?


The mighty pineapple is the topic for this months Mixology Monday hosted by Thiago of the BartendingNotes blog. I haven`t participated in the MxMo in a very long time and so it´s long due…but who can resist […]

Making Rhum Arrangè

First time i saw rhum arrangè being made by suspending the fruits above the rhum in large jars was when i saw a video from La Rèunion and i got quite curious. There were all kinds of fruits hanging there with all kinds of things (spices) sticking out of the fruits. I had known […]

Cocktails with Rhums Arrangèes – Zwazo

More rhum arrangè cocktails!

So now i have got to try out two very nice rhum arrangèes made by Cèdric Brement and Benoit Bail, and since i wrote my reviews of Benoit´s exotic Zwazo ananas-vanille rhum arrangè and Cèd`s award winning Banane-Cacao, i feel i want to make more drinks with them and see […]

Real McCoy 5 year old Rum – A Premium Rum with Interesting History

Here´s a very interesting rum produced by the legendary Foursquare distillery that have an interesting and colorful history.

It´s an authentic, handcrafted excellent sipping rum from Barbados bringing that genuine Bajan flavor to your glass.

The Real McCoy rum is based on the story of William “Bill” McCoy, the pioneer rum runner of the […]

Happy RUM DAY!

Today we celebrate the (Inter) National Rum Day and of course i must make something that contains this noble spirit and make a toast for everyone that have had any part in the invention and creation of this sugarcane spirit called rum, ron or rhum and all who enjoy it and promote it!

This […]

TOTC 2013 – Pineapple! a Symbol of Hospitality!

The first seminar i went to at this years Tales was about the pineapple. Not so surprisingly i found a lot of the tiki folks in there…

The seminar took us through the history of the pineapple and there was a lot i didn´t know about this royal fruit.

The first wild pineapples came […]

Old English Gin

Here´s a real nice gin which i`ve had the pleasure of reviewing – the Old English Gin.

This Old English Gin is made from a 1783 recipe, distilling eleven botanicals in Angela, the oldest pot still being used in England today. And by using recycled bottles, organic sealing and silk printed labels, all as […]

The Boo Loo – Beware of it`s quiet strength

Here` s a quick post on one of the more well known tiki drinks the Boo Loo. A while ago i had a Boo Loo weekend together with a few people on instagram, yes really…there´s quite a bit of tikiphiles and other tropical drink lovers out there..and it´s fun when everybody post up their […]

Tiki Month – Hala Kahiki

Tiki Month is already half gone…at least on the Pegu blog and therefore it´s time i come up with a drink in my next mug of the three i got from the Fireworks Studio.

There`s so many great tiki mug makers out there and i have a bunch on my list. I`m not obsessed […]