Monday, January 07, 2008

The Taste of Long Island Sound

4 Comments:

Anonymous Gina said...

TA - that is really, really gross . . .

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Emmett Pepper said...

I could not let this one go by...

After visiting Nicaragua on vacation a few weeks ago and trying some michelada, I was surprised to find "Chelada" at a local grocery store. Michelada was described on the Nicaraguan menu as "hot sauce and lime" mixed with beer, served cold on a frosted, salt-rimmed glass. Chelada, on the other hand was pretty much as described on the blog. Not that I have ever drunk Long Island Sound water, though (concentrated or otherwise).

4:33 PM  
Anonymous Bryan said...

"Aroma is like concentrated Long Island Sound. Brine and spice with a distinc[t] dead sea creature nuance".

Tom, it's making me pine for LIS, seriously. I've gotta find this stuff; not to drink, but to smell.

I hope Michelada isn't Michelob and tomato juice. That would truly be nauseating.

6:31 PM  
Blogger Sam said...

Wow Tom look at the traffic. I do recall working at Dead-Eye Dick's on Block Island and these old watermen would come in at noon and order draft beer, tomatoes, Clamato, and all kinds of freaky hang-over condiments including Tabasco. Bartender knew exactly what to do. Breakfast of champions!

In a can, meh, sounds like Mickey Mouse.

7:35 PM  

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