Art Attack Silvertone Molecule Chemistry - CA12HAJPS6Z

Silvertone Molecule Chemistry - CA12HAJPS6Z

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  • 18" in length, Pendant is 1.75" tall x .75" wide
  • There is some debate about whether or not Scottish distilleries are the only ones who can call (spell) their whisky, whisky. But the general consensus is this: Whisky: Scottish only Whiskey: Everyone else Factoid: Scots spell it without the "e" because they believe more vowels waste good drinking time.
  • The "Angel's share" or "Angel's tax" refers to the 4% of whiskey that evaporates every year. Angels "steal" 4% of the whiskey in a barrel every year. They want to make sure it's OK before we drink it. (Once you bottle whiskey, the angel's can't touch it. It doesn't evaporate.)
  • On the first Friday of every month, employees at Jack Daniel's get a free bottle.
  • Dairy farmers near distilleries often pick up the discarded pulp of corn and other grains used to make whiskey. The two have a symbiotic relationship. The distilleries dispose of excess grain waste and give the farmers a nutrient-rich feed for their livestock. The feed helps the cows produce more milk.
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