Maker's Mark To Restore Alcohol Content Of Whiskey
LORETTO, K.Y.--Maker's Mark Bourbon won't be watering down its booze after all.
The announcement follows a week of backlash over plans to cut the alcohol from 90 to 84 proof.
The global demand for Maker's Mark was outpacing supplies.
The company apologized, saying it wasn't considering the customer's emotional attachment to whiskey.