Flaviar A Speak Easy Spirit Review

So, I'm sure right now you clicked on the link to find out what Flaviar is? Well let me tell you. Flaviar is a monthly subscription of premium liquors from around the world. They're curate and you're sent a sample packs that allow subscribers to sample various spirits before committing to the purchase of a full-sized bottle. It's the 21st century speakeasy club that happens right in your living room.

Membership is $20 per month (billed quarterly) and gives you access to membership benefits, as well as complimentary samples.

Flaviar was kind enough to provide me with the tasting box that all new members get when they sign up for the service, from there on, you get to pick which ones you want to receive.

The first impress I got with this subscription company was the packaging and branding of their products. The little details go a long way with the subscribers to feel they've gotten their money's worth and let me tell you I think you do.

The Products: Quarterly curated tasting packs that contain 3 x 1.5 oz. vials of premium spirits from around the world. In this first box, I was provided with 3 different types of Scotch Whiskey: The Glenkinchie 12 year, Dalwhinnie 15 year and Lagavulin 16 year.  Let me tell you I was a happy man when these came in!

In the box is your instructions on your tasting instructions as well as the descriptions and information about each curated spirits and trivia questions to test your knowledge with those that you share your curated tasting box with.  I also got a few chuckles at reading them because that have a kind of smart ass feel to them, which I thought was great.

I'm not going to go into the thoughts of each of the Scotch Whiskey's due to I enjoyed them all and this is more of a review of the company.  My verdict on this subscription is that this is a great idea for those that like having tasting parties or those that like to have spirits sent to their home to enjoy on their own time.  Find out more information on Flaviar here and check out the video below.

Damion S.

Director of Upscale Geek &The Collective Loop.

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