A Trio of Reviews

To start the month we break out some samples we received to tell you just what we think. Primarily we here are all about Tiki, breaking down classic drinks and making new ones in the style of the old. We’re not reviewers in the classic sense, but we’re always in the mood to taste new things. We love to improve our palate, and work with new product whenever we get the chance. We do have one policy here that I feel is worth mentioning. We only review products we like. If we dislike a product we’ve received as a gift we ignore it rather than trash it publicly. After all it would be rude to make fun of the sweater your aunt made you to her knitting club. If we wouldn’t purchase it with our hard earned money, or haven’t in the past, you won’t find us talking about it in a review. We will however make it a point to shine a light on openly artificial or deceitful products that try to take advantage of the drinking public. Like I said before however we don’t review everything we like, we’d prefer to just create a cocktail or two with it. With that said we hope you enjoy the reviews below while we ready some tasty sips to bring you for the rest of the month.


When it comes to other reviews one site I rely on is run by my friend at Inu a Kena. I hope you’ve found the above reviews helpful and informative. Have you tried any of the above products? What were your thoughts? Until next time…

You Get Hammered America” – JFL


About JFL

Joey or JFL as he is known by friends is a culinary trained mixologist from the Heart of Dixie Birmingham, Alabama. From a weekly column in the St. Clair News Aegis to his own experiments online JFL never stops doing work on Tiki and Cocktails. When he's not studying all things spirit, wine, and beer he's pursuing his own odd interests such as cartoons, cheesy old horror movies, horror punk, hair metal, and hockey
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