Maker's Mark Review
Maker's Mark Bourbon
Maker's Mark Details
Distillery: Maker’s Mark
Type & Region: Bourbon, Kentucky, USA
Composition: 70% Corn, 16% Soft Winter Wheat, 14% Malted Barley
Aged: NAS (rumored ~6 years), aged in virgin American white oak
Color: 0.9 to 1.0 (amontillado sherry or deep copper)Price: $3 (50ml bottle), $25-30 (750ml)
From the Maker’s Mark website:“Bill Samuels, Sr., simply wanted a whisky he would enjoy drinking. That’s why Maker’s Mark is made with soft red winter wheat, instead of the usual rye, for a full-flavored bourbon that’s never bitter or hot. To ensure consistency, we rotate every barrel by hand and age our bourbon to taste, not time. Each and every bottle of Maker’s is still hand-dipped in signature red wax at our distillery in Loretto, Ky., just like bill would have wanted.”
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Maker's Mark Rating
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