Maker's Mark Bourbon 1 Litre

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Description

 

Created in batches of less than 19 barrels, Maker's Mark hails from humble origins.

Maker's Mark is a blended whisky - the Scotch spelling of 'whisky' denoting the family's Scottish origins - with each contribution chosen to perfectly complement the others and to maintain the trademark flavour from batch to batch.

The whisky is laid to rest in mature charred oak casks for at least six years, and is moved to various localities in the barrelhouse during this period to ensure all barrels benefit from the same climatic experience.

Maker's Mark emerges from the only bourbon distillery to use pure, iron-free limestone spring water, and is a whisky in exclusive possession of a distinctively complex, yet mellow softness reminiscent of a well-crafted malt or cognac.

 

Tasting Note: Orange copper. Aroma with delightful strands of exotic fruit, oak and honey fruit cake. Lush, pleasingly deep and malty. A firm nuttiness adds extra oily, chewability to the toffee. Caramel toffee with the oak guarantees a bittersweet edge.

Additional Details

SKU:
11176-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
45
Region:
United States
Style:
Bourbon
Varietal:
American Whiskey

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