Good vibrations: NorCal craft distiller thinks music could make better whiskey

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We all know music is powerful-- but is it strong enough to change how something tastes. One local maker of craft whiskey thinks the answer is yes. (KGO-TV)

We all know music is powerful, but is it strong enough to change how something tastes?

A craft whiskey maker in California thinks the answer is yes.

Spirit Works Distillery in Sebastopol has been experimenting with using music to change the taste and feel of their whiskeys.

Watch the video in the player above to find out if music helps as Jonathan Bloom takes a blind taste test of the spirits infused with sound.
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