What your favorite drink looks like under a microscope

Are you seeing strange colors after one too many vodka shots? You may not be hallucinating after all. In 1992, a research scientist named Michael Davidson stumbled upon a genius idea right under his nose – literally. In his 25 year career through the many facets of microscopy, he had taken photographs under the microscope of a collection of items – DNA, biochemicals and vitamins. Davidson took his microphotography a step further. Along with mixed drinks, he picked out a few favorite brews and wines too, took some shots of the beverages under his microscope and the Molecular Expressions Cocktail Collection was born.

Belgian Dark Ale

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Bourbon

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Champagne

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English Oatmeal Stout

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Gin

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Margarita

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Pina Colada

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Red Wine

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Sake

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Scotch

 

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Tequila

 

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Tequila Sunrise

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Vodka

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White Wine

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