Yesterday I had a spiritual high when I stepped upon the hallowed ground of Abbey Road on the pedestrian crossing where the Fab Four or The Beatles had been featured crossing on their album of the same name.
This was my cherished dream since the past forty plus years and now that I was in London, did not want to miss the opportunity. So I asked Subhorup Dasgupta a music aficionado and he guided me to the Abbey Road site. Amazingly these guys have an earth cam positioned there and you will be
filmed live as you cross! Then you check it out online in their archives in the particular time slot and viola! You can pause the moment you want and post it on any or all social media that you want it to be seen on and also mail it to yourself or anyone special. And that is precisely what I did.
To celebrate this memorable event in my life, yes, you guessed it right, I brought out the Black Dog and revelled in its beautifully rounded, heavy body, pronounced malty, mellow woody and fruity sweetness that spreads on the palate with every sip.
A great way to end a memorable day! Cheers to Black Dog, the finest scotch, that spreads cheer and warmth in all circumstances! A high that complements a spiritual high! Wow to that!
This is indeed Living in Style.