Appreciation of a fine whisky, just like knowing your way around a rare guitar, is a sure affirmation of any gentleman's well misspent youth. What better reason therefore for Lusso drinks expert Charlie McCarthy and session musician Sebastian Jaquest to work their way through an impossibly rare selection of both, sampling bottles that include a lost cask discovered by the Bunnahabhain Master Distiller, a rarer than rare bottle retrieved from the Mortlach distillery (aka The Beast of Dufftown), and a dram of Gordon & MacPhail with a £10k price tag alongside guitars that include a PRS Custom 24 30th Anniversary Edition and a pretty pricey Gibson SG.
The only thing that got smashed was Seb. Throw in a selection of smoky, peaty drams and a chat with the daughter of James Espey O.B.E., Founder of The Last Drop distillery, and you’ve got yourself a fascinating afternoon of blues licks and high-end inebriation. Or 'Breakfast at Keith Richards' as it's commonly known.