Cognac classification by aging: western gradation
When buying brandy or even grape brandy made according to the cognac technology, one should have an idea about the classification of these drinks according to their aging time. As…

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What makes brandy different from brandy
Such a question can often be found on the Internet. An exhaustive proof of this is a rather common statement saying that any brandy is brandy, but not any brandy…

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How to recognize a real cognac
Cognac is a noble drink that can not only delight the human senses with its unique color, taste and aroma, but with moderate consumption also benefits health. It can be…

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Bourbon Maker’s Mark: a review of taste and brand

Maker’s Mark is a premium bourbon that has its own history and traditions. The company was established in 1840 in Kentucky and today is considered the oldest distillery in the city. The history of bourbon Maker’s Mark Before the world learned about the new variety of bourbon more than 100 years passed. In 1943, Bill Samuel bought a distillery. He worked on creating the original bourbon eight long years.

To get an incredible taste and the ideal ratio of grain in it – baked bread, changing different combinations, and the recipe of the most delicious bread was used to make bourbon. So in 1958, Maker’s Mark appeared in the original bottle, the design of which was invented and developed by Bill’s wife. This bourbon can be recognized by the red wax that flows down the neck of the bottle. Maker’s Mark flavors and flavor overview

The company’s product line features only three types of bourbon. Maker’s Mark cares not about quantity, but about the quality taste of the drink: Maker’s Mark Bourbon Whiskey (45%) This is the very first bourbon distillery. It has a characteristic golden color. In the taste there are oily and slightly honey shades that make it softer and richer. The finish is dry with oak notes. The aroma has notes of exotic fruits and spicy oak shades, which speak about the high class of the drink.

This is the only Maker’s Mark bourbon that is officially represented in Russia and Ukraine. Maker’s 46 Bourbon Whiskey (47%) This bourbon begins to be kept in burnt oak barrels only in the winter, then this process is slower. After some time, the drink begins to taste every day, when all the flavors come together in perfect balance, the barrels are uncorked and the bourbon is bottled. Maker’s 46 Bourbon Whiskey has woody notes in flavor that are complemented by caramel accents. The taste of bourbon is very deep and rich, with soft shades of vanilla and burnt caramel. Maker’s Mark Cask Strength Bourbon Whiskey (55.8%)

This bourbon is the strongest of the Maker’s Mark collection. It has a golden color with a copper overflow. The taste of the drink is rich with rich shades of spices, vanilla and smoky notes. Very soft long aftertaste. The aroma of bourbon has a pronounced woody aroma with vanilla and smoky shades.

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