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I'll second or third the suggestion of Laphraoig. In fact (is this heresy?), I think I may actually prefer Laphraoig to Lagavullin. Shocking! I'd better go hide, now. -Aaron PS--This is me first ever whiskey post on the LUG...do I get some kind of badge or something? >An acceptable substitute for Lagavullin for me is Laphroig (sp), but that >is really a matter of personal taste. > >Nathan > >Ken Firestone wrote: >>On Mon, 27 Sep 2004 11:53:49 -0400, Roy Zartarian <firstname.lastname@example.org> >>wrote: >> >>>And to be savored at its fullest, Lagavullin or any single malt must be >>>sipped from the Riedel single malt glass which is shaped to deliver the >>>nectar to the appropriate spot on the tongue. I've done the tests with >>>both wine and single malts - the shape does matter. >> >>First, excuse my ignorance, but what is the Reidel glass? And >>secondly, I've been meaning to ask this for some time, what is a good >>second choice single malt for when Lagavullin is not available? Last >>spring we had a drought of Lagavullin in the Washington, DC area. I >>couldn't find it anywhere at any price.