congeners

a group of species that belong to the same genus
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Congeners

a group of species that belong to the same genus.
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Congeners

Chemical compounds produced during fermentation and maturation. Congeners include esters, acids, aldehydes and higher alcohols. Strictly speaking they are impurities, but they give whiskey its flavour. Their presence in the final spirit must be carefully judged; too many would make it undrinkable.
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Congeners

Chemical compounds produced during fermentation and maturation. Congeners include esters, aldehydes, acids and higher alcohols. These are impurities in the whisky, but they give its flavour. Too much or too little of these congeners would make it un-drinkable.
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Congeners

Chemical compounds produced during whisky making that give the whisky character. They include esters, acids, aldehydes, and higher alcohols.
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Congeners

Chemical compounds, impurities formed during fermentation. It is said that these proffer the majority of characteristics present in whisk(e)y.
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congeners

elements with similar properties, arranged in columns of the periodic table.
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Congeners

Elements with similar properties, found in one column of the periodic table.
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congeners

refers to species belonging to the same genus
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Congeners

The species of birds that are all in the same genus. The Black-bellied Plover (Pluvialis squatarola) and Pacific Golden Plover (Pluvialis fulva) are congeners in the genus Pluvialis. But the other plovers, Semi-palmated (Charadrius semipalmatus), Snowy (Charadrius alexandrinus), Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus) and Mountain (Charadrius montanus) are...
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