20 stunning images of drinks under the microscope

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5 Responses to “20 stunning images of drinks under the microscope”

  1. Rod Smith says:

    Why are “Gin” and “Dry Martini” so different?
    Clearly the man needs a Churchill-esque education in how much vermouth to include…

  2. Kurt Burris says:

    I wish he had included a slide of a yeast cell, which is the mother of all these delightful concoctions. They are stunningly beautiful under the right light and magnification

  3. Ron says:

    I make Kaleidoscopes, is there any of these microscopic photos I can get for free or a inexpensive price?

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