The Guys at Amrut Single Malt never cease to surprise, and this new expression is one of their new releases for 2011. Batch #1 was a success, and batch #2 follows , but with some radical changes: diff… read more
First ever review so bear with me.
Sampled in a Glencairn with a tea spoon of spring water. The legs were thick and muscled like those of a few lady rugby players I’ve known. They were still sliding down… read more
Nose: Sweet Caramel. Strong citrus and light on spice. Hint of smoke to it
Taste: Light Peat. Fruity, chocolate, and a bit of coffee.
Finish: Long sweet finish
Amrut Fusion - A Step In The Right Direction
Amrut Fusion is a single malt whisky derived from both Scottish and Indian barley crops. At the distillery, the Scottish barley malt is peated, distilled, and matured separately from the unpeated Indian… read more
Since Amrut is from India you might expect to find some exotic flavours and aromas. In truth it does indeed offer a unique, almost exotic profile, as I will attempt to describe for you.
At full… read more
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