Whiskey Bottles Organized by How Many Years They’ve Matured

This very interesting image depicting whiskey aging is from the Glengoyne distillery in Dumgoyne, Scotland. According to the poster Mystic_L, each bottle represents a year spent in the cask. It’s a pretty cool illustration of how whiskies age, and also shows the Angel’s Share, the loss of volume over time through evaporation, quite nicely. Another great image of the loss of volume due to evaporation from Jameson below:

Jameson Whiskey Barrels (showing Angel’s Share) – New Fill, 3 Years, 4 Years, 12 Years and 18 Years

 

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