The unique bourbon taste of Maker’s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Maker’s Mark has a taste that took year to perfect
I will be coming up for the Ambassadors tour Sat the 13th
Will I be able to buy MM while i'm there if so can I buy it at a discount
if I buy it buy the case .
Whenever I come visit my brother in the states for a couple of months, this is the bourbon of choice. It's a great everyday bourbon for the family.
Maker’s Mark is produced at Loretto in Kentucky, where distilling has been taking place on the Star Hill Farm site since to 1805. The present brand was developed by Bill Samuels Snr, who bought Star Hill in 1953, and the Scottish spelling of ‘whisky’ has been employed since the outset in recognition of Samuels’ Scottish ancestry. Since 2005 maker’s Mark has been owned by Fortune Brands, who are also responsible for Jim Beam. Samuels chose to create a Bourbon using a proportion of red winter wheat instead of the more common rye, in order to reduce the ‘burn’ left by many Bourbons of the time. The result is a comparatively soft and gentle spirit, which becomes very mellow as it matures. A subtle, complex, clean nose, with vanilla and spice, a delicate floral note of roses, plus lime and cocoa beans.