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The complex chemistry behind America's spirit – how bourbon gets its distinctive taste and color

By Michael W. Crowder, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Miami University
Few beverages have as rich a heritage and as complicated a chemistry as bourbon whiskey, often called “America’s spirit.” Known for its deep amber hue and robust flavors, bourbon has captured the hearts of enthusiasts across the country.

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