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After a whiskey is fermented and distilled, it has to undergo an aging process, which is arguably the most expensive part of the process. The alcohol sits in contact with specially chosen wooden barrels whose wood contain compounds that are transferred to the whiskey, giving it exquisite flavor along with its color. Now imagine the same unique flavor profiles but for every spirit: wine, soju, sake, etc.
Endless West can simulate this process by analyzing the molecules that give spirits their flavors and aroma, and then synthesize their own “molecular” spirits, without the need for grapes, rice, or wood. Their first product, Glyph, is the first whiskey ever to be crafted ‘note by note’, using molecules (or, flavor and aroma notes) extracted in their purest form from more efficient sources in nature.