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Whiskey Elements

Whiskey Elements is an ingenious product developed by Time & Oak. What it does is transform your regular whiskey into a high-quality one. How does it accomplish such a deed? Well, they did spend some time developing it, they started out by studying the chemical components present in the normal and in the top of the line whiskey´s, and found out that there were some components that made the difference…and it was probably due to the contact with wood, that has the ability to smooth the sharp edges of the spirits…they then came up with the idea of a product that would replicate and enhance this feature, that´s how whiskey elements was born. A small piece of wood, carefully burned and carved, that can be more or less burned, to give it a stronger or smoother taste, that you can put into your whiskey, for up to 24 hours(you can leave it in for up to 3 weeks), and it then will taste, and will be chemically equivalent, to a high end single malt brand. Based on the "accelerated transpiration through capillary action” technology, and backed up by science and a lot of tasting and testing, this is in fact a great breakthrough by letting you be the creator of your own custom blend. watch the video

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