Tag: Whisky

Triple Dog Irish Whiskey Review

In honor of St. Paddy’s Day, today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table features a brand new Irish Whiskey that goes by the name Triple Dog (as in, “I Triple Dog dare ya!”). As is usually the case, there’s a bit of a back story with […]

Hercules Mulligan Eyr & Rye Review

The last time we tried a Hercules Mulligan ready-to-drink cocktail, we couldn’t help ourselves and threw some lyrics related to Hercules Mulligan from Lin Manuel-Miranda’s musical, Hamilton, into our product intro. We’ll skip all that this time around and just get right into it… A few weeks ago, […]

The Canadian Whisky + John Candy Tribute Show w/ Special Guest, Dave Mitton of Corby Spirit & Wine

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Rock Island Whisky Review

Rock Island Whisky comes to us from Douglas Laing, an independent, family-owned spirits business that’s been around since 1948. If you peruse their website, you’ll notice that their current offerings run the gamut… From single cask whiskies and bottled cocktails, to in-house blends such as The Scallywag, Timorous […]

Monkey Shoulder Whisky Review

When someone asks us what their first SIngle Malt Scotch should be, we always suggest whiskies like Glenfiddich, Glenlivet, Auchentoshan, or Balvenie because of their supreme approachability. What’s interesting about the subject of this review, i.e. Monkey Shoulder, is that two of those suggestions are used in the […]

New Liberty Bloody Butcher Bourbon Review

So the story behind New Liberty Distillery’s Bloody Butcher Bourbon goes like this… In the early 1800s, European settlers in the southern United States blended their corn with a native variety. The result was Bloody Butcher corn: instantly recognizable for its striking deep red kernels and legendary fruity, […]