The first line extension to the Maker's Mark range since the '50s, Maker's 46 is essentially the standard expression with added spice. This was not intended to compete with the core expression, instead it's a cousin to it, something different for those that like spicy bourbon. They add this extra dimension by inserted seared French oak staves into the barrels (with the stave profile "number 46" - thus the name). It's utterly stunning.
there is something about I just can’t get over it. great for mixing but straight up it’s just a little offensive.
Very nice. Much richer flavor than standard Maker's
This might be my new favorite to sip. Just the right amount of burn and sweetness. Smells great. I’m a big fan.
Great, hint of oak but not harsh
Smooth carmel, ash taste!
Always live this one. Back in another bottle. Citrusy, oaky and sweet. I love it straight and also in a Manhattan. Taste a little spicey with caramel and honey at the end. I like the linger, it has a great finish.
Not a bad lower priced bourbon. I like it for simple vacations or heading out in my travel trailer.
Great taste and very smooth. Good straight or on ice.
Delicious bourbon. Great stuff!
Not as smooth as I'd hoped for. I've had cheaper bourbon that tasted better (see Benchmark Bourbon).
A step up from your average everyday whiskey
Makers can’t go wrong
I always drink whiskey with ice, so for me the caramel and leather with hints of oak and tobacco were great with this after it sat a few minutes. Buttery on the scent with some vanilla hints. Overall great bottle.
Price is going down and I love the flavor of this wheated bourbon. The finish is great. One of my g0-tos.
Pounces on your taste buds and doesn't let go.
Are we sure this isn't rye?? I'm joking of course, but damn is this spicy like a solid rye - much more bite than the original Maker's Mark, but not in a bad way - it's damn smooth as well (and more so than the original in my opinion). I love that spice on the tongue and warm bourbon vanilla finish left lingering on the lips and in the cheeks. A great party drink for lovers of neat Bourbon & Rye alike - I'll even throw it in a stronger Old Fashioned with a bit of muddled orange zest for my dearest friends to experience that Seville Orange spice blend up front. Makes for a long sipping and greatly enjoyed experience.
Good, prefer the regular Maker's Mark.
Picked up a bottle from the distillery and saved it for a special occasion. Very enjoyable profile and finished taste.
Excellent. Smooth. Enjoyable.
Bought on a whim. Wasn’t disappointed for the price.
My go-to, favorite bourbon. Slightly sweet, light oak, and pairs well with orange, all of which, makes it perfect for a bourbon and coca cola (real sugar) or an old fashioned.
Very smooth and easy to drink. Not very complex but good daily drinker
Very smooth with dark color. Notes of caramel and molasses. Rich flavor.
Good I suppose compared to many - but I was disappointed it was harsh compared to my favorite (Stranahan's Diamond Peak).
I love 46, the nice Carmel and vanilla notes really make this one a nice sipper.
Delicious for the price. A bit of a kick at first taste and smooth down the throat.
It's my go to for most parties.
Mild - medium smooth with a bite
Smooth finish. Love the taste. Much better than knob creek or regular makers
This was fantastic.
Solid sweet and what Bourbon should be. As a Kentuckian it tastes like home
Cinnamon and and cedar up front with an unmistakable chocolatey finish
I loved it! I've been wanting to try this for years and finally went to the distillery and tried it, well worth the wait!
One of my all time favorite bourbons easily! Everything I like in a bourbon. Carmel, charcoal, wood sugars, corn spirit, and quiet a nice aroma.