April 24, 2009

Hiram Walker Triple Sec Arrives for Review

hiram_walker_triple_sec.gifWe got in a couple bottles of Hiram Walker Triple Sec this week, and one of the things that makes it stand out is what else was in the box. Not only did they send us two (count 'em, two) bottles for reviewing purposes, they also nestled a mini bottle of Cointreau in there. We like the cut of their jib - it takes balls to send out a product for review and not only suggest we compare it to the gold standard of orange liqueurs, but also send us a bottle of it to ensure we do. Sounds like it's time for a Pepsi Challenge, but with Margaritas!

Oh, and we are also fans of Hiram Walker (the man) after some quick Web research, due to his business sense and his role in the groundbreaking Pregnant-Cow Case.

Now that you know his interpretation of contract law, read up on his interpretation of Triple Sec at the Hiram Walker Website

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at April 24, 2009 11:05 AM
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