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caramel-whiskey-a5ec042ff735c4a9d0742cb4b178be267381da9aFor many people, the most important aspect of whiskey is its flavor. Whether it’s a spicy, herbaceous rye or a grainy Irish single malt, the flavor profile of our favorite libation is crucial for our enjoyment. However, a full appreciation of this spirit goes beyond its taste and smell to include its appearance.

As we all know, whiskey is usually brown, but how does whiskey achieve its dark complexion? Does that happen naturally? For the most part, the color of whiskey is determined by the aging process, as well as the level of char on the barrel it’s aged in.…

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