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Amrut Distilleries is based in Bangalore, India. The company started in 1948 with the production of Indian Made Liquor. In 1960 the production of rum was added, and in 1970 brandy. In 1980 Amrut started experimenting with the production of malt whisky, which eventually led to the launch of Amrut Single Malt in an Indian restaurant in Glasgow in 2004. With their, often experimental, bottlings, Amrut quickly made a name for in the whisky world. Because of the Indian climate the Amrut whisky matures quickly, so that their mostly young malts often have an adult character.
Due to the Indian climate, the single malt whisky from Bangalore-based Amrut Distillery matures quickly. The mostly young malts therefore have a mature character. And bottled at cask strength, the whisky has a hefty percentage, like this one: 61.8%.
The 80th edition of the Amrut Fusion again. The Fusion is a single malt whisky from the Indian Amrut Distillery that is made from Indian and peated Scottish barley malt: distilled and matured separately and then finished together in bourbon casks. (50%.)
Batch 146 already! This Indian Single Malt Whisky from the Indian distiller Amrut is aged in the warm, Middle Indian climate in oak barrels, and filled at 46%. Also considering the price, this base bottling is a nice introduction to Indian whisky.
Naarangi is Hindi for orange. The Indian Amrut is not afraid to experiment: first they put orange peels in sherry casks, and then let 3-year-old single malt mature for 3 years in the emptied again casks. Curious? Give it a try!
Amrut Peated Indian Single Malt Whisky, distilled with peated barley malt, is one of this Indian distiller's standard bottlings. Matured in bourbon barrels. This is already the 90th batch. For those who like a smoky malt. At 46%.
The Indian distillery Amrut proves with its Peated Indian bottlings that they can also produce nicely peated single malt whiskies. And that also applies to the Cask strength version, of which this is already batch 54. At 62.8%, it is strong in alcohol.
The Indian Amrut Distilleries, which exists since 1948, launched its first Amrut single malt whisky in 2004. Amrut is now an established name. Now there is this first triple-distilled malt, in only 5,400 bottles worldwide. Bottled at 50%. Worth trying!
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