What Booze are you drinking now?

A new Maker's Mark expression. According to the press blurb:

Maker’s 46 is created by removing fully matured Maker's Mark bourbon from its barrel, affixing ten seared French oak staves to the inside of the original barrel, then putting the Maker's Mark back in and aging it several more months. Maker’s 46 is bottled at 47% ABV, 2% higher than Maker’s Mark, and has an RRP of £39.99 (70cl).

Rather good, with strong hints of spice and vanilla...

 

Tony2011 posted:

Let's not argue gents.

Best of British, well London Really. 

Unfiltered and quite "earthy" - literally. Leaves a very subtle aftertaste. Some of the ingredients come from the other side of the pond so everyone is happy. 

Interesting.

I have never seen a red beer before.

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