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  • Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a Macallan 101.
    Ernie Button
    Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a Macallan 101.
  • Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a  Macallan 150.
    Ernie Button
    Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a Macallan 150.
  • Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a Glenlivet 162.
    Ernie Button
    Thin residues of whisky—if you can still see the amber color of the Scotch in the glass it's too much—form particle patterning, which photographer and artist Ernie Button captures here in photographs of a Glenlivet 162.
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