Indian Single Malt
Amrut 'Fusion' 50%
This multi award winning expession from Amrut Distillery gets its name from the fact it uses barley from two locations - India and Scotland. The Scottish barley is peated, which combines with the local barley to produce a dram with gentle peat characteristics, rich oak flavours with a long and lingering finish.
Amrut 'Intermediate Sherry' 57.1%
This new release from Amrut Distillery is named 'Intermediate Sherry' as it spent a around a year in Sherry casks inbetween maturation in Bourbon barrels. There are notes of Turkish delights, rose water and orange marmalade which developes on the palate along with a well balanced sweet spice character in the background.
Amrut 'Peated' 46%
From the 'Garden City of India' comes this peaty offering from Amrut Distillery of Bangalore. There are rich flavours of smokey cured meats, fruit and caramel. A great new addition to the Amrut line up.
Amrut Cask Strength 61.8%
'From the land of the great Himalayas' comes this new release from Amrut distillery, bottled at a punchy 61.8% and is classic Amrut in style delivering fruity flavours such as orange and apricot along with sweet spice and a buttery oaky character.
Amrut Indian Single Malt 46%
Amrut Single Malt Whisky is distilled with barley grown in the north west of India and with water flowing from the Himalayas before ageing in new American oak and ex Bourbon barrels.
Amrut Portonova Single Malt 62.1%
This Amrut has interestingly spent the first part of its life maturing in new American oak and ex-bourbon barrels, before moving it to refill port pipes and then back into ex-bourbon. 'Essentially a port pipe sandwich' is how they describe it.The result is a rich and fruity dram with notes of jammy fruits, cocoa and oaky caramel.