Maker’s Mark was founded by Bill Samuels in Kentucky in 1953. This famous whisky is made without rye but instead contains corn with malted barley and a hearty helping of winter wheat. The result is a less spicy, rich-tasting whisky.
Maker’s Mark boasts delicious aromas of spiced honey, cut fruit, and citrus peel. Take a sip and you’ll notice flavors of barley malt, butterscotch, and vanilla bean, with lingering tastes of rich caramel and spiced oak.
Add a bottle of Maker’s Mark to your home bar and enjoy a glass straight up, on the rocks, or add a splash of Coke for a refreshing cocktail. Makers Mark makes a fine addition to any occasion.