Marker’s Mark uses wheat instead of rye which gives sweeter tasting bourbon. Another unique aspect of the distillery is that they rotate the barrels within the rick house. 210 more words
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Today I am drinkin Maker’s Mark Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, listening to Johnny Cash, and thinkin about the wolf you feed.
Let’s start with what I am drinkin, Maker’s Mark with its distinctive, hand-dipped red wax seal is a classic and ranks up there as one of my favorite bourbons. 636 more words