Monday, November 26, 2012

Play the John Rebus rock'n'roll whisky drinking game...

I know, I know. Rebus is forever associated with IPA. But in the latest novel by Ian Rankin, Standing in Another Man's Grave, whisky, malt whisky, plays an important in terms of both its lubricant properties and the geographical locations in which it is made.

My new Caledonian Mercury whisky column, The Malt and Barley Review, offers the chance to match Rebus, dram for dram, while listening to the same music he does in the book.

But be careful.

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