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 Indian Whiskey


Amrut Indian Whiskey - 1 x 750ml FROM THE LAND OF THE GREAT HIMALAYAS Nose: Distinctly confidant liquorice-bourbon notes with near perfect bittersweet balance; burnt honeycomb and toffee also abound; Taste: Outstanding richness and sheen to the...

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Hunter Laing

Hunter Laing Scarabus


Hunter Laing Scarabus - 1 x 750ml Scarabus, meaning ‘rocky place’ in Old Norse, is named after a mystical area of Islay and is described as a whisky for those with a curious mind and an eye for detail. The Scarabus Specially Selected tasting...

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Paul John

Paul John Cask 1742


Paul John Cask 1742 - 1 x 750ml Region Goa India Nose Rich Fruity, malt aromas layers of butterscotch and honey strong vanilla essence dark demerrera sugars Palate Full rich attack grips palate with loads of fruits and wood notes...

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