Category: Booze Review

Mionetto Prosecco Rosé Review


Since it’s National Prosecco Week (for those keeping score it runs from July 19th to July 25th), we thought we’d share our thoughts on this pink Italian bubbly that landed on our doorstep not so long ago… The name is Mionetto Prosecco Rosé and it comes from the […]

Detroit City Distillery Summer Rum Review


We’ve sampled many a seasonal beer over the years, but a seasonal Rum? That’s a new one for us… On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’ll be sampling something called Summer Rum which comes to us from the Motor City’s Detroit City Distillery. It’s […]

CanBee Cocktails Bee’s Knees Cocktail Review


There’s no end in sight to the canned cocktail craze that is sweeping the nation! On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re sampling a ready-to-drink (RTD) riff on the classic Bee’s Knees cocktails which was invented by Frank Meier, an Austrian-born, part Jewish bartender who […]

American Liquor Company Canned Cocktails Review


Robert Cassell, one of the founders of Philadelphia Distilling and New Liberty Distillery is at it again! And by “at it again”, we mean that he has recently launched a series of ready-to-drink (or RTD for short) canned cocktails through his New Liberty Distillery under the brand name […]

Dubliner Irish Whiskey Review


We’re headed back to The Emerald Isle for part two of our Dubliner Irish Whiskey Review series. Last time around we tried a honey-flavored version of Dubliner. This time around, we have a more traditional Irish Whiskey. Here’s what they have to say about it: Fully matured in […]