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700 ml, 46.0% abv, IndiaEdited is for the extraordinary. The hint of peat has been skilfully created from discreetly chosen cask profiles. All to delight the true whisky connoisseur.
700 ml, 46% abv, IndiaBold is a journey that leads you down the unexplored, unchartered terrains of Goa. It offers you a slice of its best-kept secrets, unravelling the mysteries, bit by little bit. This expression invites you to leave the trail, tread the path less taken and plunge headlong into the delicious depths of Goa.
Bold scored a resounding victory over a 100 whiskies from all over the world as the “Best Other Whisky” in the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2017. Bold is the first Indian whisky to win the honour in the history of the competition.
700 ml, 50% abv, IndiaAmrut Fusion is distilled from barley from both Scotland and India.
700 ml, 46% abv, IndiaA great peated whisky from Amrut.
700 ml, 61.8% abv, IndiaA natural cask strength release from the Amrut distillery.
700 ml, 50.0% abv, IndiaThis is a limited release Amrut Single Cask. Port Pipe Finished and bottled at 50% abv. Matured initially in a charred American virgin oak cask and then finished in a Port Pipe, which are rare and difficult to obtain. The back label shows B.No.01 Aug. 2013 (cask # is not known)
700 ml, 50.0% abv, India"Kadhambam" is a Tamil word meaning "combination" or "mixture". A novel Single Malt, matured consecutively in casks that were previously used to mature Rum, Sherry and Brandy. In this process the malt successively gains the aroma and the notes of each—the result is a truly gratifying mix of notes. As both subtle and complex notes unravel, Amrut Kadhambam is sure to exhilarate your nose and palate with a first-of-kind experience. Matured consecutively in ex-Bourbon, then ex-Rum, then ex-Sherry and finally in ex-Brandy casks. The back label shows B.No.05 July 2015.
700 ml, 50.0% abv, IndiaNaarangi yet another innovative release from Amrut. The name is Hindi for 'orange' and the whisky was aged in an ex-oloroso-sherry cask, which was then seasoned with wine and orange peel for three years. A three-year-old whisky was then finished in the cask for a further three years, producing a whisky with extra Orangey notes. The result in an essay in elegance: notable yet not dominant orange sherry notes perfectly fused into the whisky flavour. Hence the name 'Naarangi' - "orange" in Hindi.
The back label shows B.No.01 DEC- 2014