March 25, 2005

Josh Chafetz Is Wrong!

Lagavulin trumps Laphroaig (the latter, too diesely).

NB: In the darkest of winter, in deep-shiver and hibernation mode, Laphroaig may get the nod. Either way, Chafetz and B.D. seem to agree that Islay's rule (of the six Scotch producing regions of Scotland--Islay's have always been my favorite). Oh, I suspect Josh and I might find common ground here (the extra 20 years matter!) . I'll treat Josh to a bottle anytime--especially if Adesnik and Belton join us for the festivities.

Posted by Gregory at March 25, 2005 02:39 AM | TrackBack (9)
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