Dimple Pinch: Walter White's Final Drink
Geege Schuman stashed this in Telly
Dimple Pinch is an unextraordinary 15-year-aged blended whiskey:
Dimple Pinch is a time-honored whiskey, dating back more than 350 years when Robert Haig was "summoned before the church elders in 1655 for operating his still on the Sabbath (Sunday)," according to Whiskey.com
Nowadays, Dimple Pinch is surprisingly hard to come by. Jim Sias, a marketer for London-based alcohol company Diageo, said it wasn't because of a shortage created by the national obsession over "Breaking Bad."
"There’s just not a high demand in this area for it," Sias said.
Since the last episode aired, Dimple Pinch sales haven't increased, Grub Street reported.
Luckily, HuffPost Weird got its hands on the blended 15-year-aged whiskey. It has a light air of oaky flavors and a tingling hint of fruit. The bottle is almost as impressive as the drink, with its lacy gold wiring and three pointed sides.
To be fair, we don't look nearly as cool as Walter White when drinking it.
White's Dimple Pinch will join other notable signature drinks of popular culture: Don Draper's old fashioned, Victor Laszlo's champagne cocktail, Jay Gatsby's Gin Rickey, The Dude's White Russian, and of course, James Bond's shaken-not-stirred martinis.