William Grant & Sons brand ambassador Ian Millar has said that he thinks whisky can “go well” with Indian food.
The aficionado told Abhishek Raghunath for Forbes India that Glenfiddich malts go well with different combinations of spice.
He is quoted as saying: “Take the malt we are drinking.
“It’s light and fruity. It goes great with the Murg Khushk Purdah (a tandoori chicken dish).”
Millar continued: “The malt was paired with â€˜foreign’ dishes such as Pan Seared Goose Liver and Truffled Hollandaise and the Indian dish came out tops.”
Ian said that the 21 Years Old, which is usually a safe companion for desserts, was an ideal companion with barbeque saffron prawns.