Makers Mark Bourbon SE4 x PR5 2020 750ml
SKU 845459

Makers Mark Bourbon SE4 x PR5 2020

Kentucky - United States

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The 2020 Release of the WFS (Wood Finish Series) was designed to highlight the classic Maker's flavors of vanilla and caramel. The wood was seasonied outside for a full year unlocking enhanced bourbon flavors through advanced wood degradation. Partnering with Independent Stave Company, Maker's developed two stave profiles, SE4 and PR5, which were used in conjunction to create a totally new, but altogether familiar flavor profile. Marking the 10th anniversary of the release of Maker’s Mark 46, representing some of the first innovation at Maker's and the birth of Wood Finishing Series. Each annual limited release is designed to highlight a unique flavor component of the original Maker’s Mark and ilustrates how variations in wood can amplify this special bourbons natural character.

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Country: United States

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