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Maker’s Mark is the brand of bourbon whiskey produced by the Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, Kentucky. The origin of the distillery dates back to 1805, but the origin of the bourbon as we now know it under this brand dates back to 1953. In that year, Bill Samuels made a bourbon based on a 170-year-old family recipe that he adapted. Maker’s Mark bourbon is still made according to that modified recipe.
Maker's Mark in Loretto, Kentucky, has been around since the early 19th century. Since 1953 they still make bourbon whiskey based on a family recipe that was adjusted at the time. And this is a bottling on cask strength (55.75%). Sealed with red wax.
Sealed with red wax, this bottling of Maker’s Mark straight bourbon whiskey. In addition to corn, wheat is also an important ingredient. It's a simple, pleasantly drinkable bourbon with intensely sweet notes, pepper and spicy wood. An entry-level bourbon.
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