1. Forget that tired-old coffee ring effect: “Whiskey webs” are the new hotness  Ars Technica
  2. 'Whiskey webs' are the new 'coffee ring effect'  Phys.org
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A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study.A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study.

Forget that tired-old coffee ring effect: “Whiskey webs” are the new hotness | Ars Technica

A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study.A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study.

Forget that tired-old coffee ring effect: “Whiskey webs” are the new hotness | Ars Technica

Spilled coffee forms a ring as the liquid evaporates, depositing solids along the edge of the puddle. This "coffee ring effect" has fascinated scientists for decades, but now a team says they have uncovered ...

'Whiskey webs' are the new 'coffee ring effect'

“Forget the coffee ring effect, “Whiskey webs” are the new hotness. They can serve as fingerprints to distinguish between American whiskeys. A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study. https://t.co/dITtqsB6iA”

Jennifer Ouellette on Twitter: "Forget the coffee ring effect, “Whiskey webs” are the new hotness. They can serve as fingerprints to distinguish between American whiskeys. A whiskey was successfully matched with its brand 90% of the time in new study. https://t.co/dITtqsB6iA"