After the oak staves are affixed to the inside of the barrel, the mature Maker’s Mark goes right back into it – for at least several more months. Like Maker’s Mark, Maker’s 46 is not aged for any specified period of time – it’s aged to taste. They simply let grains, wood and nature take care of the aging process. When it’s ready, the tasting panel knows it. Only after it is considered perfect, is Maker’s 46 bottled, corked and dipped.
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