Tag: Irish Whiskey

Powers Three Swallow Irish Whiskey Review


On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a review of an Irish Whiskey brand that kind of flies under the radar. Powers is its name (yet another Irish Whiskey brand from Pernod Ricard‘s Irish Distillers Limited, the makers of […]

Waterford Single Malt Irish Whisky Review


Imagine that you’re Mark Reynier… Over the course of around 12 years, you purchased an abandoned distillery (Bruichladdich), brought it back to life, did all sorts of experimentation with cask finishing and barley strains, and then sold it (against your better judgment) to Remy Cointreau for a hefty […]

A Review of Jameson Cold Brew


For many of us, the standard issue Jameson Irish Whiskey was our gateway to The Water of Life. It’s approachable and easy drinking nature leaves you saying, “Please, Sir (or Madame), can I have some more?”. While it’s a go-to whiskey for many people, this hasn’t stopped the […]

A Review of Two Barr an Uisce Irish Whiskeys


As we’ve mentioned before, if you do it correctly, the world of whisk(e)y can take you on an around-the-world journey of taste without ever leaving the comforts of your own home. In just the last nine months, our whisk(e)y journey has taken us to Kentucky, Tennessee, Arizona, Pennsylvania, […]

A Drop of the Irish


G-LO: So, Mr. Peabody, where we headed this evening? Is the Wayback Machine all fired up? AK: Fired up, indeed, Seamus. The calendar tells me that it’s the day we’ll be celebrating that grand old Saint of ours, Patrick. G-LO: Ah yes! Got your green beer on order? AK: […]