Glyph Molecular Whiskey
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Whiskeys owe their flavor, aroma, and mouthfeel to hundreds, sometimes thousands, of molecules that develop during distillation and barrel aging. To make Glyph, these molecules are sourced directly from plants and yeasts, rather than obtaining them through distilling and aging. By using the same building blocks as conventional distillers, fine spirits are created through a process developed called note-by-note production, with each component meticulously tested for purity. Glyph is biochemically equivalent to the finest aged whiskeys.
The pale amber whiskey yields subtle aromas of vanilla, roasted hazelnuts, and hints of caramel and honey. The medium-bodied palate reveals a wider spectrum of wood and spice. A hint of black fruit pokes its way through, but the whiskey ends with a firm and earthy finish.