March 15, 2006

Southern Comfort Arrives For Review

Southern Comfort BillboardA couple weeks ago, we told you about our fearless Editor-In-Chief and his run-in with Southern comfort when he was in college. He was more than a little bit shook up, and he hasn't brought a glass of SoCo to his lips since that fateful night. So imagine how he must have felt when we marched into the office with two bottles of the stuff - one, the regular old 70 proof stuff, the other the high-test 100 proof stuff. We expected him to faint on sight, and while he did look a bit white, he's made of stern he never turns down a drink.

We'll be organizing a review in the next few days, and we'll be certain to check out some Soco Lime, as well as some other recipes that've been suggested to us. Maybe we'll even get the reviews done in time for St. Patty's Day - last time we checked, limes are green. While we're drinking and reviewing (and drinking responsibly, of course), check out

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at March 15, 2006 6:50 AM
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