Is makers mark a top shelf?

Is makers mark a top shelf?

Is Maker's Mark a top shelf whiskey? The Maker's Mark is not a top-shelf whiskey, it belongs in the mid-shelf category of whiskey, but the Maker's Mark Cask Strength belongs in the top shelf category.

Is Maker's Mark Good straight?

Maker's Mark is a fine example of Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey at its best. Just like all bourbons, it is distilled primarily from corn, with some malted barley thrown into the mix.

How long does bourbon last once opened?

roughly 1 to 2 years

Should you put bourbon in the fridge?

You should NOT refrigerate your bourbon. Bourbon is best served at room temperature. Refrigeration doesn't do anything to improve the taste. Experts agree it is not a good idea to refrigerate your bourbon as it can pull the flavors away from your bourbon.

How should you store bourbon?

Store your bourbon upright. Unlike wine which should always be stored on it's side, bourbon should always be stored in the upright position. You want to protect the cork in the bourbon bottle. The high alcohol content of the bourbon will destroy the cork if it is in contact with it for a long period of time.

Is Cold Temperature bad for bourbon?

General consensus is that a full, sealed bottle of bourbon stored at a moderate to cool temperature in the dark can last for years, decades, or maybe even centuries.