Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky (India) [WB 97] [USC 94]
Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky (India) [WB 97] [USC 94]

Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky
(India) [WB 97] [USC 94]

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About the Whisky:

Mashbill: 75% unpeated Indian barley, 25% peated Scottish barley

Ageing: A blend of two four-year-old whiskies aged in ex-Bourbon American oak casks

Nose: Heavy, thickly oaked and complex: some curious barley-sugar notes here shrouded in soft smoke. Big, but seductively gentle, too.

Taste: The delivery, though controlled at first, is massive! That smoke on the nose turns into warming peat with a subtle sherry note, custard, oaky vanilla and barley with a beguiling fruitiness. The flavors develop into a really intense chocolate fudge middle which absolute resonates through the palate.

Finish: Dry peat and oak with a hint of molasses to balance the malt and spice for a satisfying end.

50% ABV

 

Awards/Reviews:

Best Indian Whisky - Intl Whisky Competition 2023

Best Indian Whisky - World Whiskies Awards 2023

"A rich and complex nose with vanilla, spices, malt, and a hint of smoke. The palate is dry with lots of ripe red fruit and hints of marmalade, before a creamy, complex finish highlighting the wood character."

Double Platinum - Ascot Awards 2023

"Oh! This is fun. There's a ton of chocolate malted milk balls and with a floral underbelly that makes this whisky special. Delightful."

Best In Class, Gold - World Whiskies Awards 2021

Gold - SF World Spirits Competition 2021

94 Points - Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2021

Former World Whiskey Of The Year - World Whiskies Awards

Liquid Gold, 97 Points - Whisky Bible

Grand Master Of World Whisky - Spirits Business Awards

“Smoked meat, paprika, cumin, peppercorn, and star anise, amid fragrant smoke and maple bacon. The flavors are supremely fruity with tangerine, marmalade, lime zest, and pineapple juice. Among the fruit is a cascade of aromatic spices, before the interjection of a most compelling sour fruit note, and the smokiness takes charge. It's certainly no Islay mimic, this terrific Indian whisky demonstrates it has the courage of its own convictions.” - Whisky Advocate