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Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky Cask Strength 750ml Bottle

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Indian Single Malt Whisky Cask Strength
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Indian Single Malt Whisky Cask Strength 750ml
Amrut Indian Single Malt Whisky Cask Strength is a 61.8% Single Malt Indian Whisky from India. It is packaged in a 750ml bottle. Another fine Single Malt Indian Whisky from Amrut.
Beverage type:
Single Malt Indian Whisky
Alcohol Level:
61.8%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
India
UPC code:
836202000346
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About the brand
The history of Amrut Distilleries is as old as the history of independent India itself. After six decades of notable progress, just like India, Amrut Distilleries has grown both in stature and size and is now noted as a global economic leader. Amrut Distilleries Private Limited began in 1948 under the name and style of Amrut Laboratories, with an initial investment of barely a few lakhs. The founder was the late Shri J.N. Radhakrishna, J.N.R as he is fondly called to this day. Under the leadership of the founder, Amrut Distilleries made rapid strides to entrench itself as a significant and preferred supplier of Indian Made Liquor (IML) in the Defence Market. In its state of origin, Karnataka, too, Amrut Distilleries grew to be one of the dominant suppliers, especially in the old Mysore area.After the untimely demise of J.N. Radhakrishna Rao Jagdale in 1976, the mantle devolved on his son, Shri Neelakanta Rao, the present Chairman and Managing Director. Building on the solid foundations laid by his late father, he has seen Amrut Distilleries blossom into a multi-national brand respected as much for the superlative quality of its products as his campaign for transparent practices by the IML industry. 1960s Amrut Distilleries ventures into the Rectification and Distillation of Rum. 1970s In the 70s, an evolving market of India saw Amrut foray into a new side of things - the distillation of Brandy 1980s In the 80s buoyed by the will to offer Indian consumers quality products, Amrut ventured into the distillation of Malts with an aim to produce class leading whiskies. 2002 Much of this fascinating story was made possible by the resolve of successive generations of the Jagdale family, Mr. Rakshith Jagdale, who embraced value to discount form for substance. Much of this fascinating story was made possible by the resolve of successive generations of the Jagdale family, Mr. Rakshith Jagdale, 2004, Amrut Single Malt was launched at Cafe India 2004 Amrut Single Malt was launched at Cafe India, a leading restaurant in Glasgow, the heart of Scotland. 2010 Amrut Fusion, released in 2009, was voted the 3rd best Whisky in the world by Whisky-guru Jim Murray. He did so after tasting over 4000 whiskies from the world over. Amrut Fusion, released in 2009 Amrut launched the oldest Single Malt ever to come from India as well as Amrut's stables, the Greedy Angels 12 Years Old - Chairman's Reserve 2016 Amrut launched the oldest Single Malt ever to come from India as well as Amrut's stables, the Greedy Angels 12 Years Old - Chairman's Reserve.
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Raitings & Reviews (10)
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Eva Khine
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Not as smooth as Combination however a warm quality bourbon. At such a high evidence one should be cautious in including the perfect measure of good water.
Posted on Jul 5th, 2020
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Priscila Perreault
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Vanilla malt bomb if there is ever something like this!
Posted on Jun 11th, 2020
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Bulmaro Miller
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2.5 - had at Bull in a China shop in Shoreditch with Dark
Posted on May 30th, 2020
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Sandra Bruce
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61.8% ABV Nose - (w/o water) Tropical botanical fruity malt sweet caramelized pineapple oak matured apple juice (w/water) draws out an extra trace of ready plantains and to a greater degree a smooth sweet. Taste - (w/o water) Zesty sweet flower nectar daintily harsh vanilla trace of unpleasant citrus substance (w/water) mitigates the consume fundamentally uncovering a truly dry citrusy barrel matured apple/pear juice sharpness is stifled somewhat more caramelized nectar notes. Finish - (w/o water) Hot flavor from the evidence mouth drying waiting fruity flower sweet spiced nectar (w/water) torch is essentially conditioned clashing like orange essence with a trace of vanilla and nectar. Score - 88/100 Last Considerations - This is a pleasant single malt has some decent tropical notes I like as it's unique in relation to most single malt Scotch. Water does this single malt ponders as it's somewhat of a chaotic situation at the packaging confirmation. The water conditions the liquor burn to the ground and opens up to a pleasant tropical vanilla nectar. Not something I'd go after all the time however it's a decent non-sherried non-peated offering that offers pleasant tropical notes.
Posted on May 30th, 2020
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Elida Sasaki
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This container quality whisky is without a doubt youthful however it's difficult to tell while tasting it. The nose helps me to remember whiskey immediately: an unmistakable practically immaculate aroma of vanilla progressively joined by zest and bound with nectar. Its flavors in any case are progressively suggestive of an unpeated scotch which bodes well since Indian whisky additionally is made only from malted grain. Nectar and verdant natural tea alongside a sound hit of zesty warmth characterize this measure.
Posted on Apr 27th, 2020
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