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Maker's Mark 46

Maker's Mark 46

Kentucky (United States)

Maker's Mark 46 is a bourbon that owes its name to sample 46 of the tests that were made from ba...

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£40.30

/ 0.7 L btl

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Details for Maker's Mark 46

Type

Spirit Bourbon

Origin

Producer

Alcohol content i

47.0%

Bottle size

0.7 L

Review

Maker's Mark 46 is a bourbon that owes its name to sample 46 of the tests that were made from barrels to elaborate what would become the new bourbon of the house. It is the addition of 10 staves of French oak in the barrels that give natural flavors of caramel, vanilla and spices.

Tasting notes

  • Bouquet:Vanilla / Caramel / Oak wood
  • Mouth:Elegant / Sweet / Subtle / Profound / deep

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by: C.K. (14/02/2018)

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Le Maker's Mark de base me plaît assez, alors j'ai acheté celui-ci. Déçu, j'ai essayé d'en savoir plus et j'ai découvert qu'ils l'ont conçu en tâtonnant, le 46e fût contenant quelques bouts de chêne leur convenant. - Sérieusement ?! Il y a du chêne en effet, du raisin sec aussi, mais j'en retiens surtout ce côté désagréable d'alcool fort (47%) de qualité toute relative. Le chêne est dedans, mais n'est pas intégré. Ce n'est pas un produit abouti.

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