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A true American original, the Maker’s Mark distillery is the world’s oldest operating bourbon whisky distillery and a National Historic Landmark. The folks at Maker’s Mark want you to toast America’s birthday this 4th of July with their Straight Bourbon Whisky.
Special for the holiday, Maker’s Mark is selling tri-packs with three 375 ml bottles sealed in red, white and blue wax. These packs will be sold for a limited time only in select US … Read more
Maker’s Mark claims that the red wax seal used on Jose Cuervo Reserva de la Familia tequila is a trademark infringement and it’s suing.
The bourbon company says that the wax coating atop the Cuervo product deliberately resembles the Maker’s Mark seal and is likely to cause confusion among consumers.
This is the second such suit, and some changes to the Cuervo seal were already made. Cuervo aims to get the suit dismissed.
What do … Read more
Inhabitat has an interesting post about Maker’s Mark.
With all the attention smaller, boutique spirits makers have garnered for “green” offerings, a nationally distributed “corporate” brand surprises us all by using locally sourced grain and engaging in many other sustainability initiatives.
I was also surprised to learn that the Maker’s Mark Distillery functions on less than 200 of its 620 acres of land. The remaining land is operated as a nature preserve, where Maker’s Mark