Makers Mark 45% (90 Proof) Bourbon Whisky (1000ml)

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Makers Mark 45% (90 Proof) Bourbon Whisky (1000ml)

Kentucky, UNITED STATES
$79.99 Bottle
  • ABV 45%

Limited stocks of America's favourite wheated Bourbon in its 1 Litre form, at true American strength, 45% ABV!

An import not generally scheduled for release in Australia, this screams value for money. Reportedly aged for seven years, a small percentage of older material is added in order to maximise complexity and power. Bottled at 45% alc.vol. as opposed to the watered-down version otherwise distributed here which is 40%, the large format is an added bonus.

Other reviews... Rich, brilliant amber hue. Sweet caramel, pecan pie, and brown spice aromas have a perfumed fruity edge. A silky enty leads to a dry medium-to full-bodied palate with rich roasted nuts, salt, dried fuits, dark caramel, tea leaves, and pepper spice. Finishes with a bold but balanced wave of heat and spice. Very nice. International Review of Spirits Award: Gold Medal
90 points (Exceptional) - www.tastings.com

The original Maker’s Mark, tried and true, and the same since the 1950s. The nose is consistent with a flare on the floral, toffee and caramel, roasted almonds, and loads of vanilla. Just when you think you’ve tasted this a million times, it offers candied fruit and pie crust with the final touches of praline and a hint of pecan shell. 89 points - www.maltadvocate.com, reviewed by: Fred Minnick (Spring 2016)