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February 09, 2007



That's it, frumiousb, the old smoke and oil. I'll have some Laphroaig laid by next time I see you, my friend.


Bruichladdich is Bart's favorite Islay-- probably his favorite whiskey as well. I stick to the Laphroaig, myself.

Terry Cowgill

Brilliant. Next thing you know, we'll send a cruise missile into the Cognac distillery in Luxembourg (or perhaps the Cascade Mtn Winery in Amenia).

I need assets on the ground, too. I've only tasted Glenfiddich and Glenlivet, and so am deprived. I can only hope to sample the likes of Bruichladdich before I die ...

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