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Whisky plus music

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It has just occurred to me (a collector/drinker of whiskies) that the one I am sipping, Ledaig 10 year old single malt, goes really rather well with the specific music which happens to be accompanying it: Percy Grainger's music for wind band, played by the Norwegian Navy Band under Bjarte Engeset on Naxos (volume 1 - I'll get round to volume 2 eventually...). Ah, the pleasures of living in the first world... 9_9

Still, we can't really be blamed... Any more music/whisky combinations? Or music/booze in general pairings?

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Enjoying this ten 10 year old as I type it makes every thing sound very malty...

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Bob Dylan's Whiskey suitably-safely imbibed is probably fine with correct music including classical right-stuff.

I prefer Macallan or cheapest Aldi litre.

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I find Glenmorangie goes with any music.  Maybe an Islay with music about the sea?

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I find that Whisky, or any alcoholic beverage do not mix well with vinyl. I'm sure  "The demon drink" is responsible for many cartridges needing retipped. I have to confess to have destroyed an Miles Davis album after imbibing too much :oops:.

I don't like Whisky, however a Whiskey in the Jar should go down well with a thin lizzy.

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Yes, safely-imbibed anything helps reveal good anything - FME.

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On ‎06‎/‎05‎/‎2018 at 03:18, Andrei said:

Maybe an Islay with music about the sea?

Or possibly "Peat Smoke on the Water"

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