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The whiskey web pattern is a function of the intrinsic properties of the bourbon (ex: mash bill, maturation, char level, etc.) and the extrinsic properties of droplet evaporation (ex: drop volume, temperature, relative humitidy, etc.). Under controlled conditions, the general pattern is repeatable and is unique to each type of bourbon whiskey, providing a unique "fingerprint" of each sample.

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1792SB

1792, Small Batch

BAK

Baker's

FR-45

Four Roses

HH-45

Heaven Hill

IWH15

I.W. Harper
15 year

JBS-45

Jim Beam
Single Barrel

JDB

Jack Daniel's
Single Barrel

MMCS-45

Maker's Mark
Cask Strength

OKI8

O.K.I.
8 year

OWA

Old Weller Antique

PA10

Old Rip Van Winkle
10 year

PA12

Van Winkle Special Reserve
12 year

PA15

Pappy Van Winkle
15 year

PA20

Pappy Van Winkle
20 year

PA23

Pappy Van Winkle
23 year

RH

Rabbit Hole

WRD

Woodford Reserve
Double Oaked

 
 
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