Maker's 46 is a Maker's Mark using recipe "46" for wood. They basically take Marke's and then stick French Oak staves in the barrel. It's a nice take on a wheated bourbon as it's adds some real nice spice in to the taste. (Don't forget that Corryvrecken has Ardbeg in the mix which were solely matured in new Frech wood....so basically it's the same stuff which gives Corry it's spice).
One of the bourbons that I'll be buying again definately.
anyway, I'm having a bit of an issue at the moment; I've hit peat fatigue! I've basically lost all will to drink peated whisky at the moment, so I'm exploring other stuff. I think it was a combo of a Galileo and Alligator back to back.
So I've recently opened a little treat from Benriach - a 22yo Tawny port finish single cask. Quite stunning!
If you've not had Benriach before then check them out as there range it's pretty impressive.