In late 2011, we briefly tweeted of the excellence of this liqueur. Well, now, Jason Wilson of the Washington Post has seen the future and the future holds…. the King’s Ginger. Read more at http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/food/today-st-germain-tomorrow-ginger-liqueur/2013/01/14/719e403a-5aa0-11e2-88d0-c4cf65c3ad15_story.html In the United States, the
Our pal Jerry popped by our office one day with an impish look on his face. “You will not believe what I found.” Oh? “Banana Bread Beer. I have a bottle. When I saw it in the store, I figured
Some time back we raved over Bell’s Scotch whisky. We were thrilled that it was so tasty and so unbelievably inexpensive. We were bummed because we couldn’t find it in the U.S. (except in duty-free). Once again, we struck gold.
We were in London the other week and popped by the open air market at Covent Garden. There were plenty of yummy country foods and beverages for sale, but we seized upon a 5 year old brandy made from apples.
Long time readers of AlcoholReviews.com will know they we are HUGE fans of Plymouth gin. In fact, it received our highest rating, a full 5 stars. Anyway, we had long wondered why Plymouth, unlike so many gins, wasn’t bracing or
Desmond Begg once ballyhooed Tanqueray’s vodka as “a very superior vodka, packaged in a frosted bottle that exudes British understated elegance. Crystal-clear and absolutely clean on the nose without any hint of impurities. Slightly sweet and mellow and soft on