There's a Way to Age Whiskey In Days Instead of Years, According to Science
There's nothing quite as perfect as a years-long aged
As Quartz highlights, the longest step in the
The researchers aged brandy—which is made by distilling wine. The researchers mixed the wine with American oak chips before blasting it with ultrasound (sound beyond our range of hearing). The ultrasound caused a release of bioactive compounds (which generally only mixes into liquor through the typical old slow process of aging). But when professional tasters tried the brandy, they said it was just as good as the brandy that aged over the course of many years.
"[The liquor] tasted surprisingly well, with good fruity and sweet
As Quartz notes, this isn't the exact process, as it doesn't account for every aspect, but still—thanks to science for potentially, hopefully, maybe making it easier to have a nice glass of
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