Indian Whiskey

Indian Whisky

Much of the liquor labelled in India as ‘whisky’ is in fact a molasses-based distillation, and does not qualify as whisky under EU regulations. That said there are a number of distillers producing quality whiskies, many of which are youthful, fruity and malty. Amrut Distilleries pioneered the production of whisky from grain in India in the 1980s, and today is doing exciting things with cask maturation, while John Distilleries’ Paul John range is a foray into the premium single malt category.

Amrut

Amrut Fusion Indian Whiskey

R1,499.00

Amrut Fusion Indian Whiskey Colour: Golden YellowTasting Note :Nose : Heavy, thickly oaked and complex: some curious barley-sugar notes here shrouded in soft smoke. Big, but seductively gentle, tooTaste : The delivery, though controlled at first, is...

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Amrut

Amrut Indian Peated Single Malt Whiskey

R1,599.00

Amrut Indian Peated Single Malt Whiskey AlC / Vol.: 46%Colour: Golden YellowTasting Note :Nose : Unusually dry peat; not dissimilar to peat reek absorbed by an old leather armchair; a hint of citrus, tooTaste : Despite the nose, the immediate sensation...

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