Name That Bottle!
“This special edition bottle of Maker’s Mark was given to me by my Dad in the late 70’s.(I think) I would like to find out as much information about it as I can.
I first heard of Maker’s Mark while traveling Kentucky in the 70’s. I went out to dinner with a customer in Lexington and he ordered a Maker’s and ginger. I asked what’s Maker’s? Have been a customer ever since although never ever mixed it with ginger ale. I never thought Maker’s could be improved on until I had Maker’s 46. Wow!! I have converted a lot of Jack customer’s over the years.”
Sincerely,Ed Longino Maker’s Mark Ambassador Troutman,NC
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42% ABV Tracker
2/23 – Bottles of the 42 spotted behind some 45′s at the Schnucks grocery store in Swansea, Illinois
2/26 - 375mL bottles in North Myrtle Beach, SC
3/2 – The Liquor Store on Frederica in Owensboro, KY
3/2 – Liquor Barn on Hurstbourne Pkwy, Louisville KY has 42% bottles in 750ml left. Mixed in with the 45%