Tag Archives: Maker’s Mark

Review #991 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Maker’s Mark Tasting Panel Selection

​Review #991 | Bourbon Review #516 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Maker’s Mark Tasting Panel Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, …

Review #988 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Mexi Cali Mocha Selection (Pt.2)

​Review #988 | Bourbon Review #515 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Mexi Cali Mocha Selection (Pt.2) The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, …

Review #986 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bill Samuel’s Jr Selection (Pt.2)

​Review #986 | Bourbon Review #514 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bill Samuel’s Jr. Selection (Pt.2) The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, …

Review #984 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bar Myx Selection

​Review #984 | Bourbon Review #513 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bar Myx Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, though, products …

Review #982 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, K&L Wines Selection

​Review # | Bourbon Review # – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, K&L Wines Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, though, products …

Review #980 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bill Samuel’s Jr. Selection

​Review #980 | Bourbon Review #511 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Bill Samuel’s Jr. Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, though, …

Review #978 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Hi-Time Liquors Selection

​Review #978 | Bourbon Review #510 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Hi-Time Liquors Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, though, products …

Review #976 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Big Red Liquors Selection

​Review #976 | Bourbon Review #509 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Big Red Liquors Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, though, …

Review #974 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, No Mocha No Cry Selection

​Review #974 | Bourbon Review #508 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, No Mocha No Cry Selection The Schtick: Maker’s Mark, one of the larger producers of bourbon in Kentucky, produces wheated bourbon that is sold both domestically and abroad. Until recent years, Maker’s only produced a small handful of products. In the last couple of years, …

Review #972 – Maker’s Mark Private Selection, Westport Wine and Whiskey, 10th Anniversary Selection

A barrel selection at Maker’s Mark is unique, though, in that you choose a combination of staves to mature in a barrel, and that barrel is bottled. This is different from almost any other barrel selection process on the market. For better or for worse, this creates a very different product than their core line of expressions. I’ve set out to try approximately a dozen of these various private selections, completely blind, to gather my thoughts on how their releases are shaking out.