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Drinkify, Absinthes.com style!

Tell Drinkify what artist you’re listening to, and in return it’ll tell you what to drink.

Absinthes.com does Drinkify

Either there’s not enough absinthe going there, or I’m listening to the wrong music! So here’s Drinkify, Absinthes.com style:

David Bowie – Let’s Dance: Dance away your troubles with a stylish friend and a delicious glass of Absinthe La Grenouille

J.S. Bach: The master of counterpoint’s finest compositions are the perfect accompaniment to the complex notes of  Jade VS 1898

Example – Skies Don’t Lie:  Get shaken up with an Absinthe Frappé*, made with Nouvelle Orléans from Jade Liqueurs.

Barry Manilow – Copacabana: Tequila Sunrise with a dash of Absinthe DuVallon. Ok, maybe that is listening to the wrong music!

(*Absinthe Frappé: Put half a teaspoonful of sugar in the bottom of a tall glass, fill up with finely shaved ice, let the sugar dissolve, pour in 1-oz. (jigger) of absinthe, stir with an absinthe spoon, and finally add one ounce of carbonated water, drop by drop, stirring all the time until the frappe turns cloudy and thick frost forms on the glass. — from Time Magazine, 3rd September 1934)

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  • Bowie studied art, music, and design, including layout and typesetting. After Terry Burns, his half-brother, introduced him to modern jazz, his enthusiasm for players like Charles Mingus and John Coltrane led his mother to give him a plastic alto saxophone in 1961; he was soon receiving lessons from a local musician.^-

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