Two free bottles of Fever-Tree Ginger Ale
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One of the rising stars in the premium bourbon market, with a growing following in the UK due to its distinctive looks and exceptional quality.Tasting Notes (1)
Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange
Initial sweetness – caramel, brown sugar – gives way to soft fruity notes and vanilla.
More savoury than the nose suggests, with toasted nuts and cinnamon notes.
Initially light but sweet spice builds over time.
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It a difficult one makers mark. It's a great bourbon if you give it some time in the glass like a good 10 minutes and like most bourbon room temperature or above. It can be very alcohol forward for a 45 percent bourbon if it's not left but there is a wonderful drink here with some really nice sweet bourbon flavours
Initial scent: mothers nail varnish remover, sweetness detected, however, overpowered by menthol on a winters day. Taste: evaporates off the tongue like half a hive of wasps. God forbid you have a cut on your lip. Lingering taste: oaky sunflowers and gasoline. Aftertaste: dry bread and prolonged acid reflux, gives an overwhelming sense of regret. I can honestly say I would rather drink listerine then chug ice water in Antarctica. 9/10
This and Woodford Reserve are the two best reasonably-prices bourbons I've tasted.
My whiskey of choice at the moment. A great drink to end the day.
A friend gave me the original, the 46, and the cask. I prefer the original straight up, the 46 with water, or soda, and save the cask for special days, or to let friends who like Maker’s give it a try. I have one glass a day, so Makers is permanently on my birthday and holiday wish list. It’s my drink, my only drink. Everything else tastes horrible to me, and I used to be a Scotch guy, Johnny Walker Black, Double Black, and even bought a bottle of Gold Once. The Blue, I tried once from a friend. Who knows what I’ll be drinking in the future, but for now, it’s Maker’s.
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