Single Malt Worlds

Talk about staring into your drink. Ernie Button started taking photos of dried Scotch at the bottom of a glass. The results are strange and complex. Thanks to Hunter M.  Via Wired:
“it’s explained that the rings and waves Button captures are likely made up of the flavor and color particles of the Scotch that are left behind as the alcohol evaporates.”



“I’m just looking for something unique in the residues,” Button says. “I describe it like a kind of celestial or terrestrial landscape.”

 

 
 
 

 
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