Review: Thatcher’s Blueberry and Dark Chocolate Organic Liqueurs

Previously we’ve raved about three of Thatcher’s Organic Liqueurs, and now we’re about to rave about two more, so put on your happy hats.

Thatcher’s Organic Blueberry is as simple as they come: Organic blueberry smashed into 30-proof oblivion. The flavor is clean and authentic, a berry bomb that is clearly sweet, unadulterated blueberry. It’s a bit tart; I recommend lots of ice and a little cold water if you want to drink it alone. For the same reason few people drink plain blueberry juice, it can be a little too much without something else. It’s also not the manliest drink on earth. The color is more lavender than blue. But hey, I’m secure enough to knock a few back without shame. B+

Thatcher’s Organic Dark Chocolate is whoaaaaaa full of deep, dark chocolate flavor. It’s almost whiskey-like in color, which is disarming considering most chocolate liqueurs are as opaque and thick as chocolate syrup, but the body is stuffed full of chocolate notes. The initial rush is sugary, candy-like, and then a big, cocoa-powder finish rolls in. It is indeed dark chocolate, lightly bittersweet and amazingly rich. Love this one. Also 30 proof. A+

$25 / thatchersorganic.com



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3 Responses to Review: Thatcher’s Blueberry and Dark Chocolate Organic Liqueurs

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  2. We just tasted the Thatcher dark chocolate liqueur and wanted to alert others about how dreadful this stuff is. A combination of linseed oil and WD40. Yeah, so delicious we poured the rest of the bottle down the drain. The kitchen still stinks from it. I have no idea how the other Thatcher products taste but after this I have no interest in finding out.

  3. The chocolate IS nasty. I just poured it down the drain, there goes my $22. Like the previous poster said, it’s like rancid oil and some kind of sweetener. No “chocolate” to speak of, just disappointingly gross.

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