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In the 50s, the T.W Samuels family, with scottish and irish origins, sold the family distillery, some members of the family, willing to keep their heritage bought a small distillery in Loretto Kentucky.

Bill Samuel Senior decided to create a new recipe for a smoother whisky, but the test is harsh because you need to wait several years for the maturing process. After 6 years of tests, the result is made of barley, corn, wheat with no rye compared to traditional bourbons.


Margie, Bill Seniro's wife, drew the Maker's Mark bottle (cubique shape with a long neck) and decided that each bottle should be sealed with red wax. The first bottle is sold in 1958, and the bourbon outstands from all the others.

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