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The Glencairn's stubby base, thicker rim and tighter bowl don't bode well for it's singing career. Try the same thing with the Bushmills or 'Laddie in a wine glass and your life may return to harmonic balance. ('Hopefully your better half will also appreciate the sound improvement too. Try some super thin, monster large-bowled crystalware like the Reidel or Spiegelau wine glasses and you might find yourself tempted to abandon your day job and set out on an orchestral career...)
Just being a bit tongue in cheek. I was surprised the Glencairn had any resonance at all.
I'm concerned that if I spend too much time with glasses other than those designed to serve whisky my better half might then encourage me to imbibe a bit less often in the fine stuff.
I'll continue to search for music in the single malts; I know it's there
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