Tag: Review

Irvine’s Chef Curated Gin & Tonic Review


Back in mid-November, we went on a mini road trip to Boardroom Spirits in Lansdale, PA to try some of their new releases and tour their expanded facilities. After trying several libations, the Boardroom peeps were kind enough to let us raid their shelves for some parting gifts. […]

Soso Sake + Soda Review


It would seem that the drinks business is all about portability these days… Mix it. Can it. Chill it. Drink it! We’ve reviewed many a canned hard seltzer or canned cocktail these days, so we were pleasantly surprised to receive an email from Mike Brown of Soso Sake […]

The Dalmore 18 Review


On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re reviewing an 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky expression from The Dalmore, a Highland distillery located in Alness, Scotland which is 20 miles north of Inverness. Here’s what The Dalmore has to say about this whisky: […]

Vamonos Riendo Mezcal Review


What we’re sampling today on the latest episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table is a Mezcal called Vamonos Riendo (you can buy a bottle by clicking here). It comes in a really colorful and pretty bottle, and its name means “Let’s Go Laughing!” in English. We’re […]

Scapegrace Black Gin Review


From the land of Taika (Waititi that is) comes an intriguing Gin that is packaged in a tall, square, black bottle. Scapegrace Black Gin is its name. Yes, a Black Gin. No, we don’t know what that means. But we’re here to find out! Here’s what its makers […]