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  • Makers Mark Bourbon Reviews and Ratings - Proof66. com . . .
    Maker's Mark bourbon is necessarily made from a primarily corn mash (all bourbons are required to be at least 50% corn among other requirements) But Maker's has an unusually high ratio of wheat as opposed to more typical rye or barley and is sometimes called a "wheated bourbon" as a result
  • Makers Mark 46 Bourbon Reviews and Ratings - Proof66. com
    Maker's #46 bourbon is a newer expression—first released in the summer of 2010—that experiences an additional aging with some "toasted oak staves " Maker's claims to have tried over 125 different experiments to create the 46 It is the first "new thing" coming from the distillery and made in response to consumers trying and liking rye whiskey
  • Makers Mark Bourbon Review | Breaking Bourbon
    Maker’s Mark is a wheated bourbon made in batches of less than 1,000 gallons (around 19 barrels at a time) It is a handcrafted bourbon that comes in a square-shaped container inspired by Bill Samuels Sr wife’s collection of cognac bottles Each bottle is dipped by hand as opposed to by machine
  • Makers Mark Cask Strength Bourbon Review | Breaking Bourbon
    You can find Maker’s Mark in every bar, but I can’t tell you the last time I ordered one The bourbon is too thin and the flavor too weak and bland for me to ever show any interest in it Maker’s Mark Cask Strength goes a long way in correcting those faults It is now on my radar, not because it’s a new exciting bourbon, but because the
  • Makers Mark Bourbon Review | ModernThirst
    The real complaint most bourbon geeks have with Maker’s Mark isn’t really what’s in the bottle It’s overexposure Being a rabid fan of Maker’s mark is like being a rabid fan of Coca Cola It’s sort of the popular baseline for bourbon, not a diamond in the rough or a rare gem Nonetheless, it’s a solid sip
  • Makers Mark Review - The Whiskey Jug
    Maker’s Mark is probably the best known wheater around If you’re not familiar with that term, a wheater is a bourbon that’s made with wheat instead of rye in the mash bill which gives it a sweeter taste than most traditional bourbons that use rye (along with corn and malt)
  • Makers Mark Bourbon Whiskey Review - thespruceeats. com
    Maker's Mark is a fine example of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey at its best Just like all bourbons, it is distilled primarily from corn, with some malted barley thrown into the mix However, this whiskey comes with a twist that helps define its signature taste, opting for red winter wheat in the mashbill rather than the more common rye
  • Bourbon Central » Blog Archive » Maker’s Mark – Review
    Maker’s Mark is one of the big boys of the bourbon world I have a lot to say about it Since this is a longer than average review, I have added links for you to jump to each section of my write-up


















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