Maker's Mark Bourbon Whisky, 70 cl £20 @ Amazon
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Maker's Mark Bourbon Whisky, 70 cl £20 @ Amazon

£20£29.1231%Amazon Deals
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Found 3rd May
Good price on Maker's Mark. It's been as low as £18 but £20 is good.


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sam_of_london9 m ago

No for Bourbon, much better to buy JD for £15 .


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Have some heat!
Nice find....thanks....heat
Lovely drop. Thanks
Thanks!
Yummers
No for Bourbon, much better to buy JD for £15 .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 3rd May
sam_of_london9 m ago

No for Bourbon, much better to buy JD for £15 .


Is this a legitimate reason to report someone?
mattpreston1127 m ago

Is this a legitimate reason to report someone?


What do you mean ?
mattpreston1145 m ago

Is this a legitimate reason to report someone?


I'll back you up on this.
my favorite Bourbon so far!
sam_of_london5 h, 25 m ago

No for Bourbon, much better to buy JD for £15 .


I and many others would disagree with you on that. JD at £15 is rubbish (I've tried it). Pay £20 and get something decent like this stuff or Woodford Reserve or Gentleman Jack. There are many good Bourbons. Sorry to be weird but I like both Scotch and Bourbon as long as they are good examples.
This is great in a Manhattan
Never tried it, bought it.
Heat....also £20 at asda
great value at 20 quid thanks OP
Good spot op. Just bought a £20 bottle from Asda where Bulleit was £20 also. Bit of Internet research revealed Makers to be the better choice. I'm a Single Malt drinker normally, so bit of a bourbon virgin.
kaney19673rd May

Never tried it, bought it.


It's delish. I like it because it's got zero rye. They used wheat instead, which I like. Less 'spice' and tang - more smooth and rounded flavour.

After I found out it was rye content that put me off some bourbons I got into Buffalo Trace and the Wellers, because they are all wheated bourbons.

If you like rye you may find Makers to be too pedestrian.
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