Beam Suntory's Maker's Mark standard expression of the distillery. Maker's Mark, with its recipe (Mash Bill) 70% maize, 16% red wheat and 14% malted barley, Straight Bourbon* is in the category.

Straight Bourbon: The name given to Bourbons that have been matured in new oak barrels that have been burned for at least 2 years.

Undoubtedly one of the most striking features of Maker's Mark is the wonderful bottle design! The caps of Maker's Mark bottles are individually sealed with beeswax by hand. Afterwards, this wax flows downwards and a different wax shape is formed in each bottle.

Another feature of Maker's Mark is that there is no “Whiskey” on the label. “Whiskey” to write. As you know, whiskey in America is not written as "Whiskey", but as "Whiskey" with the -e extension. Maker's Mark is one of the few American brands to break this generalization.

Maker's Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon: (Bourbon, 45% abv)

Nose: Intense sweet scents such as plenty of caramel, vanilla and brown sugar are accompanied by cinnamon and light woody notes. A nose that is quite sweet and has some alcohol evident.

Palate: As on the nose, it's still pretty sweet. However, we see that spicy aromas are more pronounced on the palate. Caramel and vanilla flavors are accompanied by intense cinnamon and light oak flavors.

Finish: Medium length, dry, woody, slightly bitter and caramel.

Comment: We can say that Maker's Mark is a complete Bourbon. A whiskey that will satisfy Bourbon lovers with its spicy character dominated by caramel and vanilla.

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Maker's Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon
We can call Maker's Mark a standard Bourbon. A whiskey that will satisfy Bourbon lovers with its spicy character dominated by caramel and vanilla.
Nose77%
Palate78%
Finish78%
Overall79%
78%Overall Score
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